UNDER MY SKIN by LISA UNGER

Under My Skin

How do we know the difference between dreams and memories?

Ms. Unger is back with another spot on psychological thriller.

It has now been almost a year since Poppy’s husband Jack was murdered while on an early morning run. His killer has never been found.

Poppy has become a ghost in her own life. Not sure if she is dreaming or remembering what happened in the days after the murder. She’s seeing a therapist but she isn’t telling her everything. She’s popping pills with alcohol to try to sleep but even then she isn’t sure if she is sleeping or dreaming. Did she have a break from reality? Will she ever remember what happened?

Looking at her through my own experience with losing a husband in a second, I can relate to Poppy. And I can tell you this hit very close to home for me. Thinking you see your husband sitting on the sofa or lounging in doorway only to find none of its real.
When strange men start texting her and following her she isn’t quite sure if they are real or if she is really losing her mind. But the one thing you can count on in this story is that nothing is what it looks like and no one is what they say they are.

I love that the author keeps you on your toes with a fast pace and a main character you just want to hold on to and reassure her that it will be okay.

Well Done!

Netgalley/Harlequin Park Row October 2, 2018

 

5 thoughts on “UNDER MY SKIN by LISA UNGER

  1. Lisa Unger: I had the pleasure of her visiting Mel’s Hot Dogs and missing coming to our store by 30 minutes as we closed to prepare for a two big events: one was the anniversary of Mel’s and the second was a wedding. She came over to get a cupcake for her daughter and we were closed! I do have several books autographed by her as she lives in Florida and frequently gives readings.

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