AT SECOND SIGHT
Jennifer Riordan was born to wealthy parents and a life of privilege in the sheltered haven of Chicago’s North Shore. A student of art, she wants for nothing but the proverbial home in the suburbs with a husband to love and care for her and a houseful of children. Always a good girl, Jennifer was inclined to see the same in others. Her twin sister, Melissa, was Jennifer’s exact opposite—a sexy rebel, confident and fearless.
With a burgeoning career at the Art Institute and a handsome fiancé, Jennifer’s life seems to be moving directly on course. But her safe, idyllic existence is shattered when Melissa is brutally murdered. The police are unable to find the killer and Jennifer struggles to move on. Unfortunately, it is only the first in a line of tragic events that cause her to question her judgment and fear for her own safety. Jennifer finds herself thrust into the media glare and, as a result, becomes the unwitting object of obsession for the same man who murdered her twin sister. Along the way, Jennifer discovers that some of the people she trusted and thought she knew well have betrayed her.
I have enjoyed this book from its first pages – mostly because it has a little bit of everything wrapped in a really thrilling story. The good and the bad, the ideal and the real – this book really focuses in its contents on those contrasts – and what can happen when an unexpected event turns life around. That’s exactly Jennifer’s story and the author, Lisa Nielsen, manages to build her characters and keep the suspense going all throughout the pages of this book. It was overall great read, well structured, captivating, thrilling, page turner – all in one great story that I highly recommend.
This was the first book I have read by thIS author and I can’t wait for her next book. This was and excellent book and a real page turner. The plot was excellent and loved the characters. I would definitely recommend this book to anyone who loves a good mystery.
Great story. Like able characters. Kept me guessing the whole time. Can’t wait to read more books from this author.