This is a bit of a rollercoaster, but I didn’t particularly enjoy the ride. It’s diverting, but overall, I would say I enjoyed it a medium amount.
Juno is a former therapist with some dark secrets who is living in Seattle. She lives with a cute little family with the last name Crouch – Winnie, Nigel, and their teenage son who is starting to rebel against his parents. He no longer wants to do what they say or eat what they want him to or have the friends they want. And his mother and father are struggling to understand him, while also dealing with their own marital issues.
I would say more, but I genuinely don’t remember much about this novel. I remember there are a few twists and turns, and sometimes they come out of nowhere. But it feels a little paint-by-the-numbers.
Once again, as I think I mentioned in a previous review, I have read SEVERAL domestic thriller novels in a row, so perhaps the premise would seem fresh if I had been immersed in other genres. But as a contribution to the domestic thriller, I give it a “meh.”