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Publisher's Summary

For one couple, getting what they want comes at a devastating price in this gripping debut thriller.

Banking heiress Trish and her husband, James, seem to have it all, from a lavish lifestyle to a historic mansion in the nation’s capital. The only thing that’s missing to make their family complete is a baby, so when Trish holds Anne Elise in her arms for the first time, it’s no surprise that she falls deeply in love. There’s just one problem: Trish isn’t the mother.

The baby belongs to Laurel, James’s young mistress. And more than that, James and Laurel want to start a new life together - despite an ironclad prenup standing in their way. When Trish becomes dangerously obsessed with making Laurel’s baby her own, the lovers’ plan to break James’s marriage quickly goes awry. How far is each of them willing to go for happiness?

©2018 Nick Kocz (P)2018 Brilliance Publishing, Inc., all rights reserved.

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Page Turner

Every page had me excited about what was coming up next. Really enjoyed reading it.

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Twisted

All she ever wanted was a baby. You kind of feel bad for Trish. James was the crowd in this story and was happy to see what came to him. And finally Laura.... the dumb mistress who believes everything that is told to her. I wish things would have turned different for Trish, who I believe was the victim in this story.

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Very interesting with some surprises.

The narration was great. The storyline let's you understand what people go through when they can't conceive. Especially the emotional aspect.

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Horrible Book!

The whole thing is awful. It doesn’t make sense and is completely unbelievable. Don’t waste your time!

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It was OK

The storyline itself was predictable and flat. I had a bigger issue with the voice actors. The one voicing Laurel specifically had a strange accent; something like someone with a British event trying to sound southern. It ruined this book for me.

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Not a thriller

This book is not a thriller! I kept waiting for something to happen. It was more of a soap opera than anything - and just about as believable! I found the person who narrates Laurel’s character very distracting. She started out with a southern twang and then slowly lost it by the end. And she always used the same, weird cadence. I love mysteries and thrillers....but I have to say skip this one!

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ending disappointing!

good story line. could not put it down. the end was disappointing. the wrong person became the good guy

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Glad it was free....

I don't know...I just finished this in audible version and I'm just left with no conclusion. I don't understand the full point of the story. I was intrigued early on because the 3 main characters were all presented to the reader as one which you wouldn't root for to come out on top. All flawed. All twisted in some way. But then the book falls flat. Like the author built up to the main plot then rushed to finish the book. No twist. No reveal at the end. No satisfaction. No plot lines brought together to either leave you hanging or leave you stunned at the last sentence. It just ends. Glad it was free.
And the narrator for Laural was NOT depicting a young woman from Virginia nor Maryland.

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Awful!!

This book was terrible. The premise seems interesting, but the book really didn’t follow the premise.
The story swings back and forth so much, it seemed like totally different characters at time.
There is really no reasoning behind any of the story’s events.

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Don't waste your time!

This story was so unbelievable and filled with improbable situations that I wanted to stop listening to it. However, the narrators did a first class presentation, which was the only reason I continued to listen. I just wonder how they kept from laughing through the improbable actions these characters engaged in. The writer should have done better research on the medical conditions that she placed her characters into, which may have helped with the believe ability.

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  • 11-23-18

Pretentious twaddle

I just can't listen to this. It is strangely unemotional for such an emotive subject and I do not feel any connection to the main character . I have given up on it. Sorry.