Do You Follow, a review by Tanya

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Do You Follow
J.C. Bidonde

248 pages
Published Jan 4th, 2022 by Greenleaf Book Group Press

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About the Book:
Alexa lives a sheltered life with her widowed father, feeling stifled by his helicopter parenting. When she secures a marketing job and apartment in New York City—much to her father’s and therapist’s concern—Alexa has high hopes of finally sneaking her way into adulthood. But her newfound freedom is cut short when her estranged twin sister Beth, after a long stint in a psychiatric setting, unexpectedly shows up at the doorstep of her tiny apartment.

Alexa too has spent time at the Weinstein Center. But she’s determined to lead a normal life now and soon begins to date a YouTuber client. According to Beth, something isn’t quite right with Curt, but Alexa shrugs her clingy sister’s warnings off. It’s Beth who’s crazy, after all . . . As the sister bond grows strained over Alexa’s relationship and career success, questions mount, and secrets unfold, revealing the wickedly dark shared history of the twin siblings. What exactly happened when the twins were only nine that set this vile trajectory in motion?

Things get more complicated, and one treacherous act threatens everything Alexa has been working toward. It will be on her—and Beth—to claw the way out of this situation.

My Review:

I really enjoy Psychological Thrillers and so of course, I gobbled this book up!

Twin sisters who have been through a significant event, grow to adulthood and venture out into the world.

Secrets abound in this story that has multiple POV’s and moves back and forth between today and the past.

While I guessed part of the overall storyline pretty early on, there were some surprises towards the end that I certainly didn’t expect!

Such a fun, quick read!  Add this to your list if Thrillers are your mainstay.  It’s definitely a fun one!

Thank you GreenLeaf Book Group Press for this ARC copy.  All opinions expressed are my own.

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