She - HC Warner

She

By HC Warner

  • Release Date: 2020-01-01
  • Genre: Crime & Thrillers
Score: 4
4
From 400 Ratings

Description

SHE was meant to be the perfect girl…

‘Brutal and brilliant, this novel will leave you breathless’ Adele Parks, Sunday Times No. 1 bestselling author of Lies Lies Lies

‘A darkly disturbing thriller about the daughter-in-law from hell, with an epic twist’ Piers Morgan

SHE’s everything he dreamed of, isn’t SHE?

Ben can’t believe his luck when Bella walks into his life, just when he needs her most. Sexy, impulsive and intelligent, Bella is everything he ever wanted. And Bella wants him. All to herself.

In fact, Bella decides that everything is better when it is just the two of them, making it harder for Ben’s friends and family to stay in touch. And then a sudden tragedy triggers a chain of events which throws Ben headlong into a nightmare.

Secrets, lies, vengeance and betrayal are at the heart of this utterly twisted story about a family that is destroyed when SHE becomes part of it…

Praise for SHE:

‘Brutal and brilliant, this novel will leave you breathless’ Adele Parks

‘As the father of three sons, SHE sent shivers down my spine … a darkly disturbing thriller about the daughter-in-law from hell, with an epic twist that turns the whole thing on its head…’ Piers Morgan

‘This dark, twisted tale makes for an inspired read’ The Sun

'A dark and delicious guessing game, designed to be read with the same relish as it is told' Louise Candlish

'A fabulously engrossing read that draws you in… then hits you straight between the eyes with a clever twist you just don't see coming’ Jane Moore

‘Utterly brilliant. Gripping, disturbing in the best possible way with a twist you just WON’T see coming’ Kate Garraway

‘Secrets, lies, vengeance and betrayal are at the heart of this latest story from HC Warner’ HELLO!

‘Addictive’ Crime Monthly

‘A real page-turner’ Woman

‘Wonderfully gripping and doubt-inducing’ Woman & Home

‘An artful exploration of abuse in all its subtle manifestations’ Magic Radio

‘A brilliant read with a twist you won’t see coming’ Closer

‘A gripping tale, we couldn’t turn the pages fast enough’ Bella

About the author

Helen Warner is a former Head of Daytime at both ITV & Channel 4, where she was responsible for a variety of TV shows including Come Dine With Me, Loose Women, Good Morning Britain and Judge Rinder. Helen writes her novels on the train to work in London from her home in Essex, which she shares with her husband and their two children.

Reviews

  • Average

    2
    By p x 97
    This was an okay book. I enjoyed the first part of the story. However, second part was a chore to read due to the near exact repetition of part one.
  • Lovely

    5
    By j =food
    I loved this book so much. I just wanted to read more but we had to pay for it . If we did not have to Pay to continue this book it would have been a more making sense book.💎🍤🍡🍡🍡🍡🧁🍮
  • I’d give this a miss

    1
    By Quinoa rules
    Not very enjoyable. Part two was supposed to be part one from a different perspective but it was word for word repetitive. I never stop a book half way but I was sorely tempted with this one. No depth to the story or characters.
  • Brilliant read!!!

    5
    By Laydeeqt
    Loved this book and how it highlights the other side of domestic violence. Kept me hooked throughout thank you!!!
  • Rubbish ending

    2
    By Chynaaxxx
    The ending was predictable but not only that parts of the ending were cut short.
  • Don’t bother

    1
    By UnlacedRose
    Poor quality writing, no depth to any of the characters and utterly predictable. Even the twists weren’t as twisty as they could be.
  • Fab book

    5
    By Kate7767
    Read in a day I couldn’t put it down! Enjoy!
  • Good read

    4
    By Proc1975
    This book is an easy read and has some good twists. It kept me intrigued and I couldn't put it down. Definitely worth a read.
  • Average.

    3
    By Lil miss Zain!
    Good, but I guessed the ‘main’ surprise from page one, making it all too predictable. There were too many signs and clues, with not enough suspense. But otherwise a good plot. Well written in the main, with some minor grammatical errors in between. Average overall.