By Ashley Audrain
Blythe Connor is newly married and madly in love. Her husband wants a family, but she is worried about becoming a mother. Her family has a history of women who do not take to motherhood. When she finds herself pregnant she is determined to be a good mother and break the mold.What did it make me think about?
Are we reliable witnesses to our own history?Should I read it?
I love an author who knows what he/she is writing. This book never veers from being a strong psychological thriller. I can’t imagine we won’t be seeing this on every beach towel this summer.
“I felt like I would never have with her what you had.
‘It’s all in your head,’ you said to me whenever I brought it up. ‘You’ve created this story about the two of you, and you can’t let it go.’ “