An Anonymous Girl

Review: An Anonymous Girl

Author: Greer Hendricks & Sarah Pekkanen

Stars: 4/5



“People are motivated to break their moral compasses for a variety of primal reasons: survival, hate, love, envy, passion. And money.”

Jess, a makeup artist trying to keep her head above life and it’s struggle. After overhearing a conversation between her client and her friend about an opportunity that sounded too good to pass up, Jess enters into the most complicated situation. Jess soon becomes intertwined with Dr. Shields and her husband Thomas. Secrets and lies are exposed, and lines are crossed.

Now listen, the twists in this book had me snatching my bonnet off and gasping out loud. I was routing for Jess from the beginning. But Dr. Shields…I was drawn to her for reasons that I’m not going to admit on the internet (a story for another day). Whew!!! I’m still processing this one. If you have seen A Thin Line Between Love and Hate…this really gave me those vibes.

Until next time, Until the next book.

xX Jimalion

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