After weathering the first gut-wrenching year since her husband's death, Lily Declan is trying to move past her grief and find a place of healing for herself and her two young sons.
But when a strange sympathy letter arrives, the quiet life Lily has rebuilt from her sorrow comes under stealthy, sinister attack. On her wedding anniversary, an intimate bridal gift is delivered to her door. Then, a bizarre home invasion shatters her sense of security, and a mysterious Facebook memorial appears. Like a hungry ghost, someone seeks to claim her love and loss as their own, to erase Lily from her own life and possess her beloved forever, in an embrace of macabre devotion.
As more threats follow, Lily's home and family are no longer her safe haven, and it's become difficult to tell friend from foe. But after everything she's already lost, she won't give up her memories - or her family - without a fight.
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By shelley on 04-08-17
Unrequited Love gone bad....
This has a rather slow start and I really wasn't too impressed. The protagonist, Lilly has been a widow for a year. She gets a strange letter and then a phone call from a woman she doesn't know who claims to have known and loved her husband and to have been so close she knows things about him that Lilly doesn't.
Then some strange things start happening. A waitress returned an extravagant tip she never left, he entire yard is decorated for Easter and someone started a Facebook tribute to her husband and made it appear as though it was her. All of these innocuous events could not prepare her for what was to come.
I'm not sure why but I just couldn't get into this book. I would be interested in seeing what other people have to say. It's not a bad book, just for me it lacked something.
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By klnpv on 02-05-18
I liked this book fine up until the ridiculously creepy ending then I thought, really, that was it? It goes so far off the tracks as for being believable, then draws out the end for what seems like forever. What a shame.