Released: March 3rd, 2020
Page count: 272 pages
Summary: Morgan is waiting for the subway so she can go to work when a stranger thrusts her baby into her arms and, saying Morgan’s name, asks her to keep the baby safe. Before Morgan can do anything, the woman is on the tracks, and the train is coming. With the woman dead, Morgan is under suspicion for the death, and must unravel the mystery of why the woman chose her – and how she knew her name.
Rating: 5/5 stars
Review: I love good thrillers. Lifetime movies are my guilty pleasure, and I love books that read almost like Lifetime movies – with plenty of dramatics and twists and turns. Woman on the Edge definitely satisfied that craving! It left you wondering what was going to happen as things progressed, and fed you just enough creepy things to keep you feeling like you need to figure out what happens next. I was wary to read it while home alone, because it definitely made you look over your shoulder while reading out of fear that maybe you, like Morgan, are being watched. It ends with a twist you’d never see coming. Just an all-around great thriller that’ll keep you on the edge of your seat!
I recommend it to anyone who likes thrillers. Bonus points if you like Lifetime movies, since I could almost see this being one of them – although the plot might be too good for one!
I received a copy of this book from the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for my honest review.