Wednesday, June 3, 2020

Review: The Half Sister by Sandie Jones


Book description: 
From the New York Times bestselling author of the Reese's Book Club pick The Other Woman, comes a compelling new domestic suspense novel about a family who is forever changed when a stranger arrives at their door.
Sisters Kate and Lauren meet for Sunday lunch every week without fail, especially after the loss of their father.
But a knock at the door is about to change everything. A young woman by the name of Jess holds a note with the results of a DNA test, claiming to be their half sister.
As the fallout starts, it's clear that they are all hiding secrets, and perhaps this family isn't as perfect as it appears.

 My review:

The Half Sister is a very gripping story full of suspense and family drama. A girl claiming to be Kate and Lauren's half sister shows up at the very beginning of the story and from there the story twists and bends making you wonder what's the truth and what is this girl's true intentions. I found it all very compelling and couldn't stop reading until I found out the truth for myself. I really liked the fast pace and think the story pretty much led where I was expecting, but still throughly enjoyed the journey to get there. I was a bit confused still at the end of the story about a room found in Jess's place, but other than that the other lingering questions just add to the suspenseful feeling of the story. Overall I think it was a great read and look forward to reading more books by Sandie Jones.
** I received this book through bookishfirst and this is my honest and voluntary review. **

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