Happy Monday! Today I have a review of Mary Kubica’s newest book, a domestic suspense, When the Lights Go Out, publishing by Harlequin/Park Row on September 4, 2018. Mary Kubica is a go-to author of mine for a smoldering, slow-burning fix. I can rely on her storytelling to be emotive and easy to fall into. When the Lights Go Out has a rather controversial ending! Read on to see how I felt about it (without spoilers, of course!).
When the Lights Go Out is told in alternating timelines: Jessie in the present day and Eden in 1996.
Eden desperately wants to be a mother. Her narrative is focused on that side of things. Jesse, Eden’s daughter, in the present time is struggling with caring for her mother and in the aftermath of her loss, as Eden has been diagnosed with terminal cancer and is nearing the end of…
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