Give It Back by Danielle Esplin

regte-ene-fake-review(Am I blowing up your inbox? Well, if I am I’m sorry and this is the last post of today!)

Not long ago, Lorraine lost her husband to another woman. She thought that’s the worst thing that could happen to her, but soon she realizes it’s only the beginning of an everlasting nightmare.

The au pair, Lexy, moves to Seattle to help Lorraine with her infant son. But she didn’t come for the kids, she came for something else.

When Ella receives a call from her sister, Lorraine, who begs her to leave San Diego to spend time with her in Seattle, she thinks she will take a few days off from work. Frightened to see how her sister weakened since her diagnoses, she packs her small bag with a foreboding that this might be the last time she sees her.

But on her way to the airport she learns that something shocking had happened between the day she last spoke with Lorraine and the morning of the flight. Lorraine’s testimony changes, making Ella question how unreliable her sister really is.

Soon Ella is entangled in a mysterious investigation, and more so, in the lives of everyone involved. Not only will she realize that she won’t go home soon, but she will never look at others the way she did before.

Hmm…a little thriller, mystery action sounds like a very interesting change from the novels I’ve been:

A) Reading

B) Doing the new releases for

But this isn’t a bad thing! Although I’m a bit confused with Ella, Lexy, Lorraine (geez that’s a lot of names in ONE synopsis), this book will still be a tasty burst of flavor since I’m journeying out from my usual genre. Another cool thing is that this is Danielle Esplin’s debut novel, so if it’s good there will be many more to come.

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