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You Never Know

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You Never Know by Connie was a superb atmospheric Domestic Suspense novel.

I found this to be an engaging thriller. The character were also really well done. Briscoe did a fantastic job with the characters and I instantly felt connected to Alexis.
Briscoe has some well developed and very interesting plt and added different layers to the book.
The unique premise and pacing was perfect.
Overall, a story I enjoyed the heck out of.

Thank You for your generosity and gifting me a copy of this eARC!

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You Never Know is a twisted but consuming story about a deaf woman, Alexis and her journey into a relationship with her narcissistic, conniving husband Marcus. Throw in two crazy exes, and this story had it all.

I loved how the puzzle pieces came together throughout this book, you think you know so much based on the opening but you really don’t know much at all until you get to the very end.

Thank you so much to NetGalley and the publisher for an eARC!

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I don't want to give anything away here. So, I'll just say, this was a great story that I didn't want to end. The characters and their complexities and relationships drove this tale. Highly recommend for domestic thriller lovers.

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I loved this thriller and enjoyed reading it immensely. I would highly recommend it for the engrossing plot and characters.

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This ARC was provided to me via Kindle, from Amistad and #NetGalley. Thank you for the opportunity to preview and review. Opinions expressed are completely my own.

Charming characters I found quite interesting and relatable

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Thank you thank you thank you for this ARC. I absolutely loved this! Alexis was so relatable and strong. I completely got her and why she was reluctant to report Paul.
And Marcus omg I hated him so much. I didn't want her to lose Jeffery as a friend and I completely related to her parents when they were like "you can't marry a man you just met."
The ending was perfection. Absolute perfection.
I can't reveal much more but I will say that I love this book. This is disability representation done right.

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