This book had two things I love: short chapters and cliffhangers. There are two stories running parallel to each other: Nicolette who suspects her husband is cheating on her and Wren a young girl who is fighting to survive in a cabin in the woods with her sister. The way the stories later intersect was really masterful. I kept thinking that there wouldn't be way to tie up all of the loose ends, but Kent managed to.
I couldn't give this book 5 stars even though I really enjoyed reading it because I guessed most of the twists that happened. But because of the suspense and creepy tone that was there, I wouldn't knock this down to three stars either. I'd be curious to read other books by Kent because I'm intrigued with her style (especially in the thriller genre).
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