Take It to the Grave Part 1 of 6: Take It to the Grave – Sarah’s Story\Take It to the Grave – Maisey’s Story (Take It to the Grave #1) by Zoë Carter

Goodreads blurb:

Sarah Taylor-Cox has the perfect life—a gorgeous husband, a picture—perfect house in the Hamptons and a beautiful baby, Elliot. Now, the invites are being sent out for Elliot’s christening, and the Taylor—Coxes are determined the party will be the event of the year.

 

There’s just one chink in Sarah’s carefully constructed calm demeanour—her sister, Maisey, will be coming. The sisters used to be close, but now their lives couldn’t be more different. Surely though, they will slip back into their old ways, and the party will go off without a hitch…

 

Then, Sarah’s difficult relationship with Maisey is pushed to the back of her mind when she receives a note, one which makes her whole body shake with dread: I know your secret. I’m going to tell.
Part 1 of 6: a riveting new installment in this darkly compelling psychological thriller

 

Review:

I didn’t realize this was going to be a short novella, thought it was a full length novel honestly. After reading through, I am definitely waiting on the next installment. This thriller is poised to keep the reader on the edge of their seats throughout the series. I already have so many questions that need to be answered and it ended on the perfect note.

Sarah is a privileged lady, who lives in a very affluent family. This family seems to be very controlling and as is the stereotype with rich families is very concerned with appearances. The gist you get from both Sarah and Maisey’s memories is that their childhood was not a good one. The two sisters do not have a good relationship and haven’t spoken in years, clearly something related to a child judging by their memories.

I can’t wait to read the next installment.

I received this ARC free of charge from Netgalley for an honest review

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