Two women are watching each other. Phoebe Miller isn’t sure why the driver of a rusty car would be watching her. What could be interesting about an unhappy housewife? Only one knows why. When a new family moves in across the street Phoebe finds her dull routine infused with excitement she’s been missing. But with her head turned she’s no longer focused on the woman in the car. And she really should be….
This book got off to a very slow start for me. I slightly struggled to get through the first part, if I’m being honest. I found it a bit repetitive and I felt there wasn’t a whole lot happening. Part 1, for me, felt like it was simply setting the scene for part 2. It could have had a bit more of a story to it, and definitely could have focused slightly more on the driver who was watching Phoebe. I really enjoyed the second part, it started off with a bit of a plot twists and I really enjoyed it! I won’t give too much away, but the story was very good, and I flew through it. My only issue was there were so few characters in the book that none of the outcomes would have been surprising. But, I still enjoyed the book, and would definitely recommend it!