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Reviewed by Pikasho Deka for Readers' Favorite
Reeling from the aftereffects of her five-year-old daughter Lily's death, Tess Parker stumbles into another disastrous event when she is involved in a car accident that sends her sister-in-law Torrie into a coma. With Torrie incapacitated, Tess has no choice but to foster her nephew - a four-month-old baby named Levi - with her husband Josh. She is taken aback when Torrie's older sister Jessie turns up out of the blue at Torrie's home. To make things even more complicated, another one of Torrie's sisters, Mia, contacts Tess to warn her about Jessie. As Jessie and Mia reveal shocking family secrets, Tess's growing paranoia causes strain on her marriage. Meanwhile, her daughter's killer is out of prison. Can Tess protect her nephew?
If She Wakes (Harlow Book 2) is a riveting psychological thriller by Erik Therme. Therme spins a captivating yarn full of unexpected twists and turns that hook you in from the first page and refuse to let go until the end. There is a sense of suspense and urgency seeping through the pages that keeps you on the edge of your seat for the duration of the story. The plot moves at a brisk pace, and you find yourself constantly bamboozled with trying to guess what's going to happen next. Tess is a complex and compelling protagonist. She finds herself constantly plagued by guilt as the baggage from her past continues to haunt her present life. I was glued to the pages of If She Wakes from start to finish. Recommended to fans of thrillers.