Three fabulous “Best Of Summer” reading lists have already named TRUST ME a must-read summer thriller -- wow! So grateful to be in such fantastic company on these lists from Bookbub, Popsugar, and Crime Reads. And Publishers Weekly calls it, "intriguing," "twisty," "revealing," "satisfying," and "sinister." As I said: Wow!
So, want to read it? Sure you do! And here's where this giveaway comes in -- just fill out this form and you'll be entered into a drawing to receive a FREE advance reader copy (ARC) of TRUST ME. But be quick, this giveaway only runs through July 4. Two lucky winners will get their ARCs in the mail well before pub day on August 28 and be among the first group to have read it.
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There are three sides to every story. Yours. Mine. And the truth.
Everyone's talking about it--notorious party girl Ashlyn Bryant stands accused of the most unspeakable crime imaginable.
The compelling and heart-breaking drama unfolds. Journalist Mercer Hennessey is riveted. Obsessed. If Ashlyn is innocent, why doesn't she say so on the witness stand? Convinced of Ashlyn's guilt with every fiber of her being, Mercer fanatically writes the fascinating true story of this twisty, provocative, and shocking case.
Everyone agrees--only the despicable Ashlyn could have committed this crime.
But did she?
Luring the other woman into a high-stakes psychological cat and mouse game, Mercer is forced to face a sinister reality: Is she the cat? Or is she the mouse?
It all depends on what you mean by the truth.