Victoria Barnett has it all: a great career as a nurse practitioner, a handsome and loving husband, a beautiful home in the suburbs, and a plan to fill it with children. Life is perfect—or so it seems. Then she’s in a terrible accident… and everything falls apart. Now Victoria is unable to walk. She can’t feed or dress herself. She can’t even speak. She is confined to the top floor of her house with twenty-four-hour care. Sylvia Robinson is hired by Victoria’s husband to help care for her. But it turns out Victoria isn’t as impaired as Sylvia was led to believe. There’s a story Victoria desperately wants to tell… if only she could get the words out. Then Sylvia discovers Victoria’s diary hidden away in a drawer. And what’s inside is shocking.
Story moved slow at the beginning. Seemed to be predictable but the twists were really good. The narrator was “blah” but tolerable.
A must read!
Every female in a bad relationship must read this book. It could change your outlook!
Whatever you think you know, you don’t.
This book was very similar to Verity by Colleen Hoover in my opinion minus how graphic verity was. Compared to that, this was pretty vanilla. I loved how much twisting there was towards the end of the book. I liked the narrater as well however her voice when it came to voicing “Victoria” it was a hit annoying. But otherwise the book was a great read.