Never Have I Ever by Joshilyn Jackson

Amy lives in the suburbs with her husband, step-daughter and baby, happy in the security of family and friends. But when a new neighbour joins the book club and starts to mess with the order of things, Amy starts to worry that her past may be coming back to haunt her.

I quite enjoyed this as a quick, exciting read. Amy is a bit of an unknown character, and it could probably have benefitted from a lot less fatphobia, but there are some thrilling, exciting scenes.

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