Kat’s life is going exactly the way her sister has planned it, until a detective shows up at their front door early one morning and arrests Caroline for murder.
Suddenly and utterly alone, Kat doesn’t know how to navigate a world without Caroline, the woman who raised her. During the aftermath of the crime, Kat tries to figure out who she is without her sister, but unlocking those doors only leads to more troubling questions. Kat realizes the one person she thought would never lie to her had, and quite frequently. Sorting through the skeletons and lies might be more than she can handle, but it’s a necessary evil if she ever wants to see her sister acquitted.
My most favorite thing about this book is the family connection. I wish I knew that my sister would have taken care of me if my parents passed away while we were young. I wish I had a connection like that with my sister.
The characters in this book were made so well. You can tell that Melissa put a lot of thought into each of them. This entire book was so well written, not just the characters.
I just love books like this because it’s apart of my age group and I relate to it more.
It’s a very steady paced book and it doesn’t rush you into anything. I really enjoyed it and I’m glad that Melissa chose me as someone to review this book for her.
Definitely five out of five stars!!!