The perfect neighborhood can be the perfect place to hide…
Who wouldn’t want to live in Brighton Hills?
This exclusive community on the Oregon coast is the perfect mix of luxury and natural beauty.
Stunning houses nestle beneath mighty Douglas firs, and lush backyards roll down to the lakefront.
It’s the kind of place where neighbors look out for one another.
Sometimes a little too closely…
Cora thinks her husband, Finn, is cheating—she just needs to catch him in the act. That’s where Paige comes in.
Paige lost her son to a hit-and-run last year, and she’s drowning in the kind of grief that makes people do reckless things.
Like spying on the locals, searching for proof that her son’s death was no accident. And agreeing to Cora’s plan to reveal what kind of man Finn really is.
All the while, their reclusive new neighbor, Georgia, is acting more strangely every day.
When you really start to look beyond the airy open floor plans and marble counters, Brighton Hills is filled with secrets.
Some big, some little, some deadly.
And one by one, they’re about to be revealed…
What was it all about
On a Quiet Street by Seraphina Nova Glass was a domestic noir with infidelity, abuse, a hit and run, death of a child mixed in.
Three women with secrets in their lives, but who soon grow close until they finally realized how intermingled their secrets were. Georgia, Paige, and Cora brought a bit of gossip and the air of desperate housewives to the story.
How it made me feel - The Good
I felt I was watching a television series. In fact, this book would make a good one on Netflix. I loved how each chapter rolled out their lives following the loss of Paige’s son.
The women stood strong as the pages unfurled, and the quiet street was no longer so. I loved the feeling of sisterhood I felt in the last few chapters.
With three different characterization, the author gave them distinct voices with the incidents that occurred in their dysfunctional lives.
It had more of drama than the suspense of a mystery and was slower than I expected it to be. Nevertheless, very entertaining.
I enjoyed reading about the lives of all the three women.
I downloaded the digital version of the book from an online retail, and this is my journey down its pages, straight from the heart. STRICTLY HONEST and UNBIASED.
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