The unmissable new bestseller from the multimillion-copy international phenomenon
From the No 1 Sunday Times bestselling author of the Crossfire saga comes the beginning of a twisty tale of obsession and fury, as a trinity of women protect what they covet at any cost.
THE SUNDAY TIMES BESTSELLER
'A gripping pageturner' GLAMOUR UK
'Absolutely cannot wait for the next one in the series. So many twists and turns . . . I was constantly delighted by each chapter' 5* READER REVIEW
'Powerful . . . I'm obsessed! Why can't the rest of the series be available immediately?' 5* READER REVIEW
You can't believe all of them . . . But can you trust any of them?
Widower Kane Black has been hollowed by grief.
Until he sees a woman with his wife Lily's inimitable beauty on Manhattan's streets. He whisks her up to his towering penthouse, nestling her in dark opulence.
Aliyah, Kane's mother, sees a threat. "Lily" has dangerous control over Kane and there can be only one queen on this throne.
Amy, Kane's sister-in-law, has been bloodied by betrayal. She's paid too high a price and now intends to claim what she's owed.
Three women, linked by buried secrets, circle the man who unquestioningly accepts the return of his beloved long-dead wife.
But Kane is happier than he's ever been, and he'll do anything to stay that way . . .
A lushly gothic novel of domestic suspense, So Close is an emotionally intense and addictive story of love, greed and ambition from multimillion-copy international bestseller Sylvia Day.
'You will GOBBLE IT up . . . Take the plunge into the rip current because it is about consume you and leave you gasping till October 2023 for the next instalment' 5***** READER REVIEW
'This instantly had me intrigued. You can't stop reading. That ending!! My goodness, I'm so ready for the next book' 5***** READER REVIEW
I loved Sylvia days crossfire series to much! I was excited to read this new book, and was super disappointed, the story was all over the place and I hated the way it was written! I also didn’t understand why so many characters points of view were incorporated which just seemed like pointless babble!
I purchased this book with excitement and when I started to read this faded quickly. I lost interest and have decided to not finish the book, it was a different style to what Sylvia normally writes but it’s all over the place and too many point of views for me and none of the character Kane’s input which is what I needed. I’m sure others will like it, I would prefer to return it and get my money back