The Stranger in the Mirror

I am a big fan of Liv Constantine’s books. They (it’s a sister duo) write some of my most favorite read it in a day / stay up all night thrillers like The Last Mrs. Parrish and The Wife Stalker, etc etc. This one is not out until July and I will be honest, it was not my favorite of their books, but it was still very engaging and kept me on my toes. Addison wakes up on the side of the road with no memories. She cannot remember a thing about her past or who she was. Luckily, she’s taken in by an older couple in Philadelphia and slowly starts to build a life, even getting engaged to handsome and charismatic Gabriel. Meanwhile, up in Boston, Julian’s wife Cassandra is missing. One day she just vanished, leaving him and their seven year old daughter alone. Julian struggles to figure out what happened to Cassandra and where she went… while Addison struggles to figure out who she really is. Of course at some point, there stories intersect and that’s where it gets really good. I will say that I felt like the end went a little (a lot?) off the rails and wasn’t so believable, but that didn’t stop me from tearing through it and really enjoying it! It’s a fun fast read, perfect for the beach. Order on or Amazon!