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The Woman in the Park well well wellwhat do we have here????? A little gem of a book is whatThis was a pleasure from beginning to end Go in as blind as possible Seriously don't skip ahead avoid spoilers and dive into the pages of this riveting psychological thriller This is a fast page turner that keeps the tension high and had me trying to figure out what was going on I love putting on my super sleuth hat and trying to figure out books I did figure one thing out around the halfway mark but that only made the book better and let's face it I didn't know for sure if my theory was correct until the end but stillThe premise is great a woman who believes her husband is having an affair meets a man in the park She feels happiness once again until a woman goes missing from the same park she freuents and the police come knocking and her therapist appears to doubt herThis book was hard to put down and really packs a lot into the 180 pages without being over the top The pace is spot on and at times the tension leaps off the page I loved the originality of the story and way the authors told the story This writing duo had me trying to determine what was real and what wasn't Who can be trusted? Look at the clues and delve into this book of engaging suspense drama and dark uestionsI received a copy of this book from the Authors Beaufort Books and Edelweiss All the thoughts and opinions are my own Holy Shooty Balls This was one riveting tense twisty psychological thrillerTHE WOMAN IN THE PARK by TERESA SORKIN and TULLAN HOLMVIST was such an awesome and unexpected treasure of a book that was so darn entertaining and thrilling to read I was immediately hooked and obsessed with what I was reading and couldn’t put this book downIt really consumed my thoughts and I loved how this book tapped into all of my emotions—which even got a little under my skin At one point I was so riled up with what was happening that I might have overreacted a little bit and forcefully closed my book But my curiosity was piued and I just had to read on Then the next moment reading my jaw dropped and I was totally shocked by the turn of events I loved that I was in the dark until that shocking and pivotal momentTERESA SORKIN and TULLAN HOLMVIST deliver an extremely entertaining suspenseful gripping baffling fast paced and well written read here that I was constantly battling with as I was uestioning the integrity and sanity of our main character here I absolutely loved how seamlessly and cleverly written this story was and thought the authors did a fabulous job with the deliveryThis was a fantastic little book that packed uite the punch and had me uestioning everything that I was readingThank you so much to TERESA SORKIN and TULLAN HOLMVIST for gifting me a copy of this book It was an absolute pleasure enjoyable and thrilling reading experienceI read this with my sister Brenda and we both were thrilled and thoroughly entertained with it Norma’s StatsCover Intriguing eye catching mysterious suspenseful and a fitting representation to storylineTitle Well that title is an extremely clever one and had uite the appealing and exciting representation to storyline WritingProse Easy to follow suspenseful brisk well written entertaining immersive and gripping Plot Engrossing interesting suspenseful gripping mysterious puzzling twisty clever refreshing fast paced and entertainingEnding Jaw dropping chilling shocking and completely satisfyingOverall Would absolutely recommend This book definitely took me by surprise in than one impressionable wayThis review can also be seen at Two Sisters Lost in a Coulee Reading book blog Teresa Sorkin Tullan Holmvist joined us in The Behind the Pages Goodreads group for a A They shared some insight into their writing process and The Woman in the Park I love this story even now and highly recommend it I can't stop thinking about it So I am very excited about our upcoming A with them both on Jan 9 I can't stop thinking about itTo view the A you can find the thread here reviewHot Diggity Dang That was no walk in the park but a sprint right to that final reveal that had left me cheering for just how brilliantly written The Woman in the Park isAt only 207 pages The Woman in the Park is an intense complex and entertaining story that uestions what is real I flew through it a couple of hours only stopping for hubby time I am not allowed even to have a book or Ipad near me because I can't be trusted not to try and sneak a chapter in I was still thinking about it and couldn't wait to get back to it This is one I think you are better off not knowing too much about before going in so I am not going to say too much about the story or how sharply written I thought this one was I think it's one you need to experience yourself There are twists that come out of nowhere not so convincing and then there are twists that are so well executed that you feel came out of nowhere but then realize just how tightly layered they are With this one some readers might see it coming while others might not but no matter which one it's easy to see just how clever it is written Well I am happy to say I thought The Women in the Park is very convincing with these shocking well layered revelations and our characters here in this story I highly recommend I received a copy from the authorsOur blog The Woman in the Park is one of those books which you start reading without any expectations and it simply blows you away This is one of those book where it’s best to dive straight in without reading any spoilers or even the synopsis uite simply this is a flawless psychological thriller Sarah Rock meets a mysterious and handsome stranger in the park she is drawn to him Sarah wants to get away from her daily routine her cheating husband and his crazy mistress her freuent sessions with her heartless therapist and her moody children But nothing is as it seems I am not giving away too much of the story and it’s best to read the book to find out The Woman in the Park is a dark tense story that will keep the readers engrossed from beginning to end A perfect thriller with many twists turns―The Woman in the Park keeps the readers guessing The best thing about the book is that it’s so focused on the story right from start to end There are no unnecessary characters or subplots This book is just a nonstop thrill ride until the end The story is original and the pace is relentless The narrative often keeps you on the edge and you are not sure what to believe right till the end Just when you think you had it all figured out yet another twist changes everythingBoth Teresa Sorkin and Tullan Holmvist have crafted a cleverly written story that is original and distinctive There are few characters in this book but the character of Sarah was really well written capturing her emotional turmoil as well as her attempts to grasp at what’s happening The book keeps referring to the novel Thérèse Rauin by Emily Zola and you may not get all references if you haven’t read it Also the ending feels a bit rushed but was still well executed Overall The Woman in the Park is a dark clever psychological thriller If you enjoy reading a good thriller you will surely enjoy this Recommended 45 stars out of 5 Many thanks to the publishers Beaufort Books Independent Publishers Group and Edelweiss for the ARC A captivating debut mystery This was a rather short book about 250 pages with a uick paceThe mystery involves Sarah Rock who becomes infatuated by an attractive stranger in Central Park They are drawn to each other immediately There is just something about himShe thinks about this mystery man night and day until he goes missing Then the police show up at her doorThe story is layered intriguing and well written A delicious domestic tale full of surprisesThis one is out now and was a library loan for me Every once in awhile I crack open the cover of a book start reading and then think to myself Girl you've got this one figured out like the smart ass that I think I am Jokes on me though because I was completely wrong Well not completely but what I figured was just a small piece to a much bigger puzzle Sarah is a stay at home mom in an unhappy marriage because she is sure her husband is cheating on her He has to be as he never pays her any attention any and is constantly away on business Not only that but she is also suffering from empty nest syndrome as her two children are attending boarding school for the very first time this year While reading on a bench in Central Park she meets a stranger Lawrence and they immediately hit it off He's a novelist like her and they both share an interest in classic literature Sarah continues to return to the park hoping that she will see Lawrence again She does and from here they begin an illicit affair Now the police are knocking on her door asking her uestions about a woman in the park that has gone missing Do you know this woman Sarah? You'll have to read this to find out This book is fast paced and filled with suspense from the very first page I devoured this in record time If you're looking for a satisfying beach poolside read then this it 4 stars Thank you to Edelweiss and Beaufort Books for providing me with a digital ARC in exchange for my honest review Sarah Rock's husband is cheating on hershe just knows itshe can feel it deep down and all the signs are there She even knows who it isit is that girl that he works late into the night with Sarah is absolutely devastated yet she keeps hoping it will get better Even her kids know that dad isn't going to show up for dinner dates or their school events Sarah just wants things to go back the way they used to bein the beginning when they were a happy familyWow I really felt for Sarah as she was so deeply distraught As Sarah tried to cope with her husband's infidelity she started to hang out and read at the park It helped her to relax and escape her reality Except one day she meets a handsome stranger one that seems to take a keen interest in her It feels great to have someone pay attention to her and take an interest in her thoughts and feelings Does she dare take this any further?Sometimes you walk away from a thriller and you try to absorb what you just read You are left dumbfounded as to how the author was able to blindside you so hard that you literally could feel the moment that you realized you have in fact been blindsided So many twists and turns yet so expertly written This wasn't a thriller that the twists came out of left field and you are left frustrated Nope this is so cleverly written that at the end you are sayingnicely done I hope you are writing another one soon I loved this book and highly recommend getting your hands on a copyI had heard so many good things about this book and I was so excited to be invited along on this blog tour Thank you so much to Suzy from Suzy Approved Book Tours Thank you for this gorgeous gifted hardback copy from Beaufort Books Oh my what a whirlwind of a read and so tense ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ Sarah Rock meets a stranger in the park She needs to get away from her life and all the overwhelming baggage she is juggling right now and this handsome fellow may be her ticket out Then a woman goes missing in the park and Sarah is a suspect Everyone turns on her including her husband and therapist and now her lover is also missing I was on the edge of my seat wondering what was true versus lies The Woman in the Park is a uick read one that is perfectly paced original and shocking I can’t say too much because I don’t want to give anything away Sorkin and Holmvist write seamlessly and their debut novel The Woman in the Park is an utterly captivating readI received a complimentary copy All opinions are my own My reviews can also be found on my blog wwwjennifertarheelreadercom When Manhattanite Sarah Rock meets a mysterious and handsome stranger in the park she is drawn to him Sarah wants to get away from her daily routine her cheating husband and his crazy mistress her freuent sessions with her heartless therapist and her moody children But nothing is as it seems Her life begins to unravel when a woman from the park goes missing and Sarah becomes the prime suspect in the woman’s disappearance Her lover is nowhere to be found her husband is suspicious of her and her therapist is talking to the police With no one to trust Sarah must face her inner demons and uncover the truth to prove her innocenceA thriller that uestions what is real with its shocking twists secrets and lies―The Woman in the Park will leave readers breathless 4 Solid StarsSarah and Eric are married with two kids One morning when they were having breakfast their doorbell rang and two detectives asked for Sarah They were looking into missing persons case and wanted to see if she could help them out with any details The missing person was a woman the woman in the park Now her husband and her therapist are suspicious of her With no one to trust Sarah must face her inner demons and uncover the truth to prove her innocence The uestion is could she? And how when she herself is an unreliable personTold mostly in single POV 3rd person and some through the therapist entry 1st person it’s a standalone novel The Woman In The Park is a fast paced psychological thriller and well written I thought I guess it right actually I was partially right but I couldn’t guess the main twist It’s unputdownable and I think it’s safe to say with a satisfying ending It was my first read by this author and definitely won’t be my last Overall it was a very enjoyable read and hope you like it as well

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