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The night leads Sarah and Martin to the woods where they find Finn injured dazed and weeping near his girlfriend’s dead body Convinced he’s innocent Sarah and Martin agree to protect their son at any cost and not report the crimeBut there are things Sarah finds hard to reconcile a cover up by Martin’s famil is my first time reading the author I knew I was going to really enjoy the book within a few sentences when the book opens in dramatic fashion Sarah and Martin stumbling around in the woods looking for their son stumbling across his unconscious girlfriend and eventually finding their son on drugs and out of it Sarah wants to call an ambulance to help the girlfriend Martin wants to protect their son his single minded obsession with this protecting the family name and making it all go away set in motion a series of tragic and life altering events When the girlfriend is found dead Sarah realises she doesn t know who or what she married and starts to dislike Martin s rich privileged family and the decisions they had made now to cover up what happened in the past and the shocking decisions they made in the past Sarah wants to do the right thing and is concerned about what they re teaching their son Martin wants to keep the truth hidden no matter the cost I found Sweet Water riveting

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Sweet Water

What did her son do in the woods last night Does a mother really want to knowIt’s what Sarah Ellsworth dreamed of Marriage to her childhood sweetheart Martin Living in a historic mansion in Pennsylvania’s most exclusive borough And Finn a teenage son with so much promise UntilA call for help in the middle of I ve received this free e arc from Netgalley to post a honest review this fall In Cara Reinard s newest domestic suspense debut Sweet Water this shocking tale will send bone numbing shockwaves on every page from start to finish For Sarah Denning she had everything she could dream of when she married Martin Ellsworth her college sweetheart and lived in the life of luxury in Sewickley Pennsylvania But when Sarah and Martin discovers their son Finn next to a dead woman near the lake it changed everything on what they did and didn t do They left the crime scene and took their son back home for evaluation She uestioned everything about her relationship with Martin like when she met him in college in flashbacks and throughout her twenty year marriage The Ellsworth had political and law enforcement connections to control manipulate and distort everything like making evidence disappear to cover up their tracks They ve been doing it for year when law is powerful with money As Sarah begins to learn about what happened to Finn that night the chain reaction of dominoes falls into place and secrets resurface front and center She s determined than ever to discover the truth even if it might cost her everything until it came tumbling down when her house was set on fire This gave her the encourage to free herself from her Martin and his family s house of cards to knock it down to the ground in a shocking and twisting ending you would never believe

SUMMARY Sweet Water

Y that’s so unnervingly cold blooded Finn’s lies to the authorities are too comfortable too proficient not to arouse her suspicions Even the secrets of the old house she lives in seem to be connected to the incident As each troubling event unfolds Sarah must decide how far she’ll go to save her perfect life The protagonist is infuriating All the right twists and details were there but they were not handled with subtlety at all Clues are shoved down your throat to the point where you think it s a foregone conclusion that it s as obvious to the narrator as it is to you and then two pages later or two chapters later she has her grand epiphany Sometimes you think she s just naive and then you realize she s just not that smart Not a book of female empowerment either yeah she leaves her awful husband that she never should have married but still needs a man to help her save the day Don t recommend


10 thoughts on “Sweet Water

  1. says:

    I've received this free e arc from Netgalley to post a honest review this fall In Cara Reinard's newest domestic suspense debut Sweet Water this shocking tale will send bone numbing shockwaves on every page from s

  2. says:

    For my full review visit me at book neither blew me away nor kept me on tenterhooks Overall I found there was a lot of del

  3. says:

    This one had so much promise in the beginning but went downhill pretty fast The premise is really intriguing and the first chapter hooked me but the narration just falls into this is the theme of the novel and I am tellin

  4. says:

    My Kindle First choice this month but it turned out not to be my thing at all and just ended up frustrating and

  5. says:

    Oh goodnessI picked this as my First Reads selection and I was very disappointed I almost DNF'd many times but I powered through I kind of wish I had just put it down The beginning was strong that first chapter pul

  6. says:

    is my first time reading the author I knew I was going to really enjoy the book within a few sentences when the book opens in dramatic fashion Sarah and Martin stumbling around in the woods looking for their son

  7. says:

    What happens when your teenaged son calls you in the middle of the night because he is in serious trouble What happens when you are 20 years into a marriage and you start to uestion whether your spouse is a trustworthyreliable partner Do you really know your family What happens when you find yourself in a tangled mess that you didn’t create The characters were realistic Not many were likeable and even the likeable char

  8. says:

    Eehhh It was okayI didn't like the jumping back and forth in time from Sarah and Josh at Stonehenge Sarah and Marty at college back to present day Ellsworth it was all a bit too choppyAnd Sarah was so unrelateable She preaches about helping these vulnerable woman at a not for profit but can't look after herself or recog

  9. says:

    The protagonist is infuriating All the right twists and details were there but they were not handled with subtlety at all Clues are shoved down your throat to the point where you think it’s a foregone conclusion that it’s as obvious to the narrator as it is to you and then two pages later or two chapters later she has her grand epiphany Sometimes you think she’s just naive and then you realize she’s just not that smart Not a book

  10. says:

    You won't want to put it downI don't often finish a book in less than 24 hours but I just had to know how it would end Well written and I look forward to reading from this author Recommending to those who like mystery and suspense and especially to those in and around Pittsburgh Always a treat to read a book set

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