Lexie loves her home. But recently something isn’t quite right. A book out of place, a door left open. Tom, her boyfriend, is away with work more than normal these days, leaving Lexie alone with her thoughts. She knows she isn’t going mad as Tom claims. Somebody is out there.. watching her.
I enjoyed this book quite a bit. I thought the story was good and I liked the different character point of views. I liked the way Harriet’s story came out gradually and piece by piece, leaving me trying to figure it out for most of the book. I did have an issue with it though. So, from the description it seemed Lexie was going to be preoccupied with the fact she felt someone was watching her. That wasn’t the main story of the book. There were very few times we even saw her commenting on things out of place or missing. She rarely mentioned feeling watched. The story was very different from what I expected but I enjoyed the actual story even though I wasn’t expecting it. I also was disappointed that the story was very predictable. There was no twist at the end which was disappointing.