Behind Closed Doors by B.A. Paris

Behind Closed DoorsBehind Closed Doors by B.A. Paris
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Grace thought she’d found the perfect man when she met Jack. For years Grace has been responsible for her younger sister Millie who has Down’s Syndrome and knows that Millie will always be a part of her life which has ended many of Grace’s previous relationships. But with Jack it has been different, Jack treats Millie as his own family and her parents with respect so after a few short months they decide to marry.

Little does Grace realize she will find that things are not always what they seem rather quickly. From the outside Grace and Jack are the perfect couple and very much in love not wanting to part each other’s company. Behind closed doors however things are not at all what Grace ever expected her marriage to be.

Behind Closed Doors is told by switching between the past and present time with each chapter you read. The story slowly unfolds giving the glimpse into Grace and Jack’s life with each page turn getting you further and further hooked into just what goes on in their supposedly perfect marriage and just how this one will turn out in the end.

This book was just so hauntingly good as it went on. As the story unfolds it just becomes so scary to think that this could go on and will have a reader just wondering what could Grace have done differently all throughout the relationship. Definitely ended up on the edge of my seat wanting all the answers and couldn’t put this one down.

Overall, awesome psychological thriller that I’d definitely recommend.

I received an advance copy from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

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11 replies

  1. I am glad to hear that you enjoy this one.I read this book back in February during the first publication but I still remember it to date. Like you, it definitely had me at the edge of my seat. Great review.

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    • Thanks Diana! I ended up approved for the St. Martin’s release of this which comes out next week so I’m a bit behind with reading this as I remember seeing a lot of reviews back at the start of the year. Glad I was able to get a copy though since it was a great one! 🙂

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