Unravel a web of secrets in this heart-stopping romantic thriller
"Verity" by Colleen Hoover is a gripping and electrifying psychological thriller that will leave you on the edge of your seat from the very first page. The story follows Lowen Ashleigh, a struggling writer who is offered the opportunity of a lifetime when she is asked to complete a bestselling author's novel series after the author, Verity Crawford, is incapacitated. Lowen delves into Verity's home office to research the unfinished manuscript, only to uncover a chilling autobiography that unveils a web of dark secrets and forbidden desires. As she becomes more engrossed in Verity's haunting manuscript, Lowen finds herself entangled in a dangerous game of love, deceit, and manipulation. With every shocking revelation and spine-tingling twist, Hoover keeps readers guessing and leaves them hungry for more. "Verity" is a pulse-pounding rollercoaster of suspense, romance, and intrigue that will have you questioning everything and everyone. Colleen Hoover masterfully weaves a tale of suspense and passion that explores the thin line between love and obsession, reality and fiction. This book will keep you up late into the night, unable to put it down as you unravel the mysteries of Verity Crawford's life and the darkness that surrounds her. If you're looking for a book that will ignite your curiosity and send shivers down your spine, "Verity" is a must-read that promises an unforgettable literary journey filled with breathtaking twists and a breathtakingly intense story.
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All I can say is... wow. How do you come up with this plot? It kept me hooked the entire time. I brought the book with my everywhere to know what happened next cause I had to know how it would end. Incredible. My favorite read of 2022 hands down.
Some people might say that the final chapters were a rain on the parade. I dont think that way, it somehow left us with the doubt, and is a good one.
Pick up the traces of Verity's personality and choose wich one is correct, the letter or the manuscript.