I am familiar with J T Ellison and I do love this gorgeous cover for No One Knows, so there was no doubt that I wanted to read this.
I love covers and saw No One Knows has two. Myself, I like this one the best. Scroll to the end of the post and let me know which you prefer?
No One Knows by J T Ellison is worth reading for the ending alone!
Aubrey’s ex is declared dead, but I know I have to ask, “Is her really?”
Daisy, her mother in law, needs to get a life. She is a miserable bitch. Is there a sinister reason his mother insists on declaring him dead? I am curious and very suspicious.
First the accusations, then the waiting, waiting, waiting for him to come home.
Josh and Aubrey are both kinda wimpy. I just wanted to tell them to buck up and get over themselves.
Aubrey needs to quit her whining and move on. I find it hard to put myself in her shoes. I love her carefree friend, Meghan, a true free spirit that will drop everything when Aubrey needs her.
I have a feeling Josh is far from perfect. And shortly after writing that, I felt that if I never heard of him again I would be happy, but I am still curious.
The back and forth, past and present got a bit annoying and disrupted the flow. The chapters were short and I no sooner got involved then I’d have to change gears.
Okay, I like this isn’t going quite the direction I thought. I do like a twist in my stories.
Another twist in the tale and it is a doozy. Marvelous, simply marvelous.
I had been disappointed with the first part of the book. I had felt before I even began reading it would be better, because I have read some of her other work. Now, I have finally come to what I have been waiting for and I”m a little more than halfway through.
OMG. I so missed the ending. Totally got me. My mouth is hanging open and I have a smile on my face for the fantastic, creative and mind boggling ending. That last 10% was so suspenseful, with twist and turns that kept on coming.
Could there be another Jewel story? I can see her…..
I voluntarily reviewed a free ARC copy from Net Galley of No One Knows by J T Ellison.
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