I received a free copy of this book from Simon and Schuster (through NetGalley) in exchange for an honest review.
I’m not even sure what to call the main character, as her name changed so many times, so I’ll stick with the first name used, which is Tanya Dubois. I really enjoyed this book, but it is not without it’s faults, thus, I am giving this book 4 stars.
The book all starts when Tanya finds her husband dead at the bottom of the stairs. Instead of calling the police or an ambulance, she decides to go on the run. Throughout, she changes identities a few times, and runs into some characters that persist throughout the book. One thing I did not like is that it is not clear until the very end of the book as to why she decides to run and not call the police. This required me to really have faith that the author was going to wrap this all up. For most of the book I just remained confused, which I think could be very frustrating for some readers.
In the end, it was all very tied up well, and I really enjoyed the plot twists and the ending. There were some very interesting characters, and the author develops the characters very well. Tanya runs into two important characters named Blue and Domenic. Blue is in a similar situation to Tanya, and Domenic is a cop/love interest that she runs into on the road. Both characters were pivotal, and it was great to see them develop throughout, but it would have been good to have more involvement with these characters.
Overall, 4 stars. I definitely recommend picking this up.