About the book
Have you ever wanted to kill your best friend?
Anna was the perfect wife. Perfect mother. Perfect woman. And now she’s dead. Leaving behind her husband, David, and two young children their lives will never be the same. But Vicky will make sure life goes on…
These two women have been best friends forever, a lifetime of secrets lies between them and now Vicky is ready to step up into Anna’s perfect shoes. But not everything is as it seems and as David begins to question Vicky’s motives for walking into his life things might just get a little murderous.
The question on everyone’s lips is, who killed Anna? And what actually happened on the night she died?
This book was a really great and chilling read. It is a dark and brilliant book that moves at a fast pace and had me up all night because I just couldn’t close the book down!
The premise itself is interesting as you can read above in the blurb. Best friends, a leader and a follower – not all that unusual in friendships I would think and therefore a very believable concept. Obviously, it’s not quite that simple or we wouldn’t have a book to read!
If you’re anything like me, you’ll drive yourself crazy trying to guess the ending. I always think I’ve got it sussed and I’ve got to admit that eight out of ten times I’m very wrong. I’m happy to report that this was one of those times I was wrong.
My heart raced furiously while reading Best Friends Forever. The characters are really well rounded and thought out and you all know how much I love that. Also, I might add that I didn’t find the characters at all likeable and I think that’s a job well done by Dawn Goodwin.
It’s a book full of secrets and lies, fabulous characterisation, lies, toxicity and drama. You really want to read it now don’t you?
Thanks so much Vicky Joss and Aria Fiction for my copy of this book in return for an honest review. I’d highly recommend you read Best Friends Forever.
About the author
Dawn’s career has spanned PR, advertising and publishing. Now, she loves to write
about the personalities hiding behind the masks, whether beautiful or ugly. Married,
she lives in London with her two daughters and a British bulldog called Geoffrey.