Saturday, June 9, 2018

SPOILERS for Something In The Water by Catherine Steadman


Mark was trying to discourage Erin from finding a way to sell the diamonds because he had plans.  He was going to sell the thumb drive back to the bad guys without telling Erin.  In fact, he hired somebody to follow Erin to discourage her from pursuing the issue.  And when she didn't back down he had the thug beat her senseless.   Mark was going to take all of the money, leaving Erin and move to the states. 

Instead, Mark and the bad guy end up dead.  Upon the advice of one of Erin's documentary subjects, she buries the bodies.   Makes a few distressing calls to his phone and ends up walking away with all the money and nobody to share it with, except for Marks unborn child. 


SPOILERS for The Perfect Mother by Aimee Molloy


First of all, Winnie is really Gwendolyn Ross, the former child star.  The "token" make of the group turns out to be Winnie's former boyfriend who went to prison for trying to protect her.

Nell ended up being the former intern who ended up involved with a married senator. She moved to England to escape the media and eventually reinvented herself before moving back to the states. 

Scarlett was one of those members of the group who stayed on the fringes but still knew everybody.  What nobody knew was that her baby, Joshua, actually died at birth. She kidnapped Midas as a replacement for Joshua.  She also killed one of Winnie's employees.  

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Sunday, June 3, 2018

SPOILERS for The Death of Mrs. Westaway by Ruth Ware



After getting to Trespassen, Hal sees a picture of her mother and three other people.  She realizes that her mother was a distant cousin to the Westaway's and shared the same name as the Westaway daughter, Margarida.   But they went by different nicknames, Maggie and Maude.

My guess early on was that Hal's father was one of the Westaway's sons and I was correct. Ezra was her father.  Mrs. Westaway knew this and the will was valid.  But what was a surprise to Hal was that the woman who raised her as her own daughter was really the Westaway heir who raised her after Hal's mother was killed.  And then she died after being hit by a  car.  Both women were killed by Ezra.

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Monday, May 28, 2018

SPOILERS for The High Season by Judy Blundell


In an effort to get back at Adeline, Ruthie plotted with Adeline's stepson to create a "lost" piece of art.  A horrible portrait that makes her look horrific.  Ruthie participated because she needed the money from the sale of a "lost" piece of art to replace an expensive watch that she lost, and then to buy the house outright and not lose it to Mike and his wealthy new love. 

Ruthie ended up coming to her senses, she found the lost watch and gave Mike and Adeline her blessing.  But not before Lucas slept with her fifteen-year-old daughter. 

Ruthie ended up taking Jem and moving to NYC.  The very end of the book takes Ruthie back to Orient where she makes amends for bad behavior and you believe (but don't know for sure) that she ends up back there as a full-time resident. 


Sunday, May 20, 2018

SPOILERS for The Favorite Sister by Jessica Knoll


Whew - lots of spoilers with this one. First of all, Brett was not really gay.  She said she was gay in order to win a grant to start her company and it just went from there.  While in between girlfriends, and off-season, Brett crashed with Stephanie, and her husband Vince.   The big secret is that Brett slept with Vince.  Not Stephanie as hinted at by producers.

It is also hinted at that Vince or Stephanie killed Brett.  In reality, it was Jen.  Whose empire was in danger because Brett could expose her secret.

Monday, May 14, 2018

SPOILERS for HOW TO WALK AWAY by Katherine Center


Margaret was paralyzed from the waist down and severely burned when Chip, just shy of getting his pilots license, crashed the plane in a windstorm.   Chip walked away without a scratch. 

Margaret ended up breaking up with Chip and fell in love with her physical therapist,  Ian.  Ian walks away, believing that it is a form of hero-worship instead of love.  Exactly one year later they meet up (at Chip's wedding) and formalize their relationship.  Ian wanted to wait to give Margaret a chance to adjust to her new normal. 

The epilogue tells us that Margaret and Chip get married, have twins, and open a very successful camp for children (in the summer) and adults (in the winter) to help them deal with their new normal.

Thursday, May 10, 2018

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