“‘I know what you want. Don’t let anyone hurt her. Love her for me, Morgan.’ She launches her baby toward me; my hands catch the infant by instinct. When I look back up at her mother a second later, the train is shrieking into the station. And that’s when she jumps.”—from the heart-pounding debut thriller, Woman on the Edge.
Told from Morgan’s point of view, the tale also shows flashbacks into the infant’s mother, Nicole. There are twists, turns and plenty of lying awaiting you in this propulsive read. I won’t say anything else about the plot as going in blind is the best way to begin Woman on the Edge. 4 stars!
Thanks to Simon & Schuster and NetGalley for a copy in exchange for my honest review.