Tuesday 7 May 2024

Review - She's Not Sorry by Mary Kubica

She's Not Sorry by Mary Kubica
Release date: 2 April 2024
Back cover blurb: Meghan Michaels is trying to find balance between being a single mum to a teenage daughter and working as a full-time nurse. While on duty at the hospital one day, a patient named Caitlin arrives in a coma, having plunged from a bridge onto train tracks below. But when a witness comes forward with shocking details about the fall, it calls everything they know into question. Was Caitlin pushed and if so, by whom and why? Meghan has always tried to stay emotionally detached from her patients, but this time, she mistakenly lets herself get too close, until she’s deeply entangled in Caitlin’s and her family’s lives. Only when it’s too late, does she realise that she and her daughter could be the next victims.

Nurses are supposed to do everything they can to keep you from dying, right? 

That is unless you've turned their world upside down in the worst possibly way imaginable.

Megan Michaels is an exceptional nurse, kind, caring and attentive. 

She is also a single mother to her beloved daughter who she would do anything to protect.

Like most of us, Megan has secrets from her past that must stay hidden.

Megan will do anything to save her daughter from certain death, or a fate worse than.

When Caitlin Beckett poses as an old school friend of Megan's, Nat Cohen who is suffering from being in an abusive relationship, she wants to help. 

Not realising that Caitlin has an ulterior motive.

Megan has unwittingly put her and her daughters lives in danger due to her caring nature.

That's about all I can say, without giving anything away...

I always find Mary Kubica's writing really clever, and this is no exception! There were a couple of twists in this novel that I didn't see coming at all...

I can't wait for the next!

She's Not Sorry is available now via Amazon online and all good book shops.

Thank You to the publishers who approved my request via netgalley in exchange for an honest review.

x Vicky-Leigh x

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