Shay Miller is struggling with jobs, roommates, and loneliness when she witnesses a woman jump in front of the subway. Her already precarious mindset threatens to topple as she obsesses about the woman, who she learns is Amanda. She soon is entangled with the group of friends who are mourning Amanda. They are charismatic and welcoming, and amidst her turmoil, Shay is thrilled to have new friends. But they are interested in more than just Shay’s friendship.
There were parts of this that felt a bit far-fetched, but it was such a riveting listen that I just didn’t care. Data analyst Shay is likable, the others are intriguing, and the back-and-forth perspectives kept me guessing. This is one of the few audiobooks that I binged.
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Shay Miller wants to find love, but it eludes her. She wants to be fulfilled, but her job is a dead end. She wants to belong, but her life is increasingly lonely. Until Shay meets the Moore sisters. Cassandra and Jane live a life of glamorous perfection, and always get what they desire. When they invite Shay into their circle, everything seems to get better. Shay would die for them to like her. She may have to.