Book Review: I See Through You by Daisy McNally
Source: Received from Publisher Orion Publishing Group
Rating: 🌟🌟🌟 3.5 stars
I’ll admit I nearly abandoned this book at the start, but something made me press on. And I’m so glad I persevered. It just needed a little time to warm up. Once I saw where it was headed, I was hooked, as it’s such an unusual plot.
I think I spent most of the book with my eyes out on stalks and my jaw hanging loosely, thinking what the hell is she doing! Seriously, WHAT IS SHE DOING! And then I couldn’t read fast enough to see how it would all end.
If you like interesting albeit dysfunctional characters, and a merry go round of a plot, then I recommend this to you.
It started with a lie . . .
Skye has finally met someone she can trust. A holiday romance, of all things. But you know when something real comes along, when it’s meant to be. Don’t you? A week after returning home, and Johnny has disappeared. He hasn’t called or returned her messages.
Then, with the easiest of lies, Skye finds a way back in to Johnny’s life – and to the people in it. When she makes an unlikely friend, they realise that Johnny is telling lies of his own. So will the two women find a way to bring him down – or each other?
It ended with the truth.