Verity by Colleen Hoover was a quick and enjoyable thriller, but a bit more risqué than my usual choices. Nevertheless, I blazed through it in an evening because I wanted to find out the conclusion. Lowen is financially unstable (at best) and is surprised to be asked to ghost write for a well-known author, Verity Crawford, after Verity’s car accident. To do her research, Lowen ends up living in the Crawford’s home, where of course, creepy things happen. From start to finish, this was a creepy story, but I didn’t expect some of the twists, which made it a good read.

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