In the vein of the Reese’s Book Club x Hello Sunshine Book Club pick The Other Woman, Sandie Jones’s heart-pounding new novel The Blame Game will keep listeners on the edge of their seats.
Games can be dangerous. But blame can be deadly.
As a psychologist specializing in domestic abuse, Naomi has found it hard to avoid becoming overly invested in her clients’ lives. But after helping Jacob make the decision to leave his wife, Naomi worries that she’s taken things too far. Then Jacob goes missing, and her files on him vanish. . . .
But as the police start asking questions about Jacob, Naomi’s own dark past emerges. And as the truth comes to light, it seems that it’s not just her clients who are in danger.
Naomi is a therapist specializing in domestic abuse. She tends to get overly attached to her clients. And when her clients receive threats or feel threatened, Naomi gets way too involved and it puts her life and her husband’s life in danger. So, when one of her clients disappears under strange circumstances, Naomi becomes a suspect.
I am not a big fan of Naomi. I found her decision making skills a bit lacking. But, because of her lack direction, the story took many dramatic turns. This did keep the story moving, if at a slower pace than I like.
I have read another of this author’s books The Guilt Trip. And I had the same feelings about that book as I do this book. It is just an ok read. It is a bit slow to get to the point. BUT! There is a twist. So, hang in there! The twist is worth it.
The narrator, Karissa Vacker, is what kept me in this story. She did a wonderful job with all the characters and the plot twists.
Need a read which will have you asking questions…THIS IS IT! Grab your copy today!
I received this novel from the publisher for a honest review.