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Publisher Description

An aspiring photographer is about to get the chance of a lifetime in New York-and face a forbidden love that just might be her downfall.
Kristin Burns has lived her life by the philosophy "Don't think, just shoot"-pictures, that is. Struggling to make ends meet, she works full-time as a nanny for the fabulously wealthy Turnbull family, looking after their two wonderful children and waiting for her glamorous life as a New York photographer to begin. When her photographs are considered by an elite Manhattan art gallery, it seems she might finally get the chance to start her career.
But Kristin has a major distraction: forbidden love. The man of her dreams is almost hers for keeps. Breathless with an inexhaustible passion and the excitement of being within reach of her goals, Kristen ignores all signs of catastrophe brewing.
Fear exists for a reason. And Kristin can only dismiss the warnings for so long. Searching desperately for the truth through the lens of her camera, she can only hope that it's not too late. This novel of psychological suspense is a stunning achievement for thriller master James Patterson, "one of the bestselling writers in history" (New York Sun).

Mysteries & Thrillers
September 10
Little, Brown and Company
Hachette Digital, Inc.

Customer Reviews

Lampshade king ,


I liked this book Alot it was very good and wanted to keep me reading one of my favorites


You have been warned

Worst James Patterson book ever written. Weird and stupid. Don't waste your money.

Allie2023 ,

Love this book

I've been reading James Patterson for years. I love all of his books some more then others but love them all. I wasn't sure how I was going to like this book. It was a little hard to get into but once I hit about 100 pages it was a fast reader.
I never expected it to end the way it did. I think it's one of the best endings Patterson has ever done. Absolutely blew my mind. I hope there is a second book or will be a second book. Absolutely love the ending of this book. The ending is so worth reading the whole book.

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