Charlotte is a people pleaser – she can’t help but go the extra mile. So when she stumbles upon an unconscious man one night, it’s only natural that she wants to help.
Brought into the arms of the victim’s loving family, she sees at once how much they need her. But while his parents happily welcome her into the fold, his sister is another story. It’s not just that Rebecca doesn’t like Charlotte, she clearly doesn’t trust her either.
But the more time Charlotte spends in Rebecca’s company, the more she suspects she’s the one with something to hide. And if Charlotte is to protect this family – and herself – she’ll need to do whatever she can to find out what that is .
Trust Her was one of those pacy page turners, if you love a good unreliable narrator this one will definitely be for you as we have two of them.
Charlotte is a fascinating character, inserting herself into the lives of a family dealing with trauma, helping them (in her mind) but running headlong into another fascinating character, Rebecca, who is distrustful of this saving angel perhaps for good reason.
Told through the eyes of both, Trust Her twists and turns its way to a resolution, both these women hide things but which one of them is dangerous? Well you’ll see but on the way to enlightenment you’ll have an addictively good read.
Jessica Vallance brings heaps of dark personality to her main protagonists, keeping the reader on edge and intrigued all the way through. A character driven psychological thriller, I thoroughly enjoyed this.