Nora Harmon has a lot to be thankful for: two great kids, a stable marriage, and now, a dream career. Software consultant Jane Bell wants Nora on her team. She’s offering a fantastic salary, flexible hours, and a chance to travel the world. It sounds too good to be true, but Jane won’t take no for an answer.
Jane acts more like a friend than a boss, and Nora’s personal and professional boundaries begin to blur. Jane is smitten with Nora’s perfect family—particularly her daughter—and far too attentive to Nora’s husband. Nora can’t help but feel insecure and unsettled.
Maybe Jane is everything she says she is: a lonely woman in need of feeling the love of a kind and decent family. Maybe Nora is just being paranoid.
Such A Beautiful Family stands out as one of the better books written about interlopers who wreak havoc on the protagonist and her family. Nora is smart, savvy, and happily married with children, but even her confidence and assertiveness are no match for hurricane Jane, who is determined to wreck her life. I enjoyed this novel with its unique twists and turns that kept me reading until the last page. A recommended read.
Goodreads Link: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/58979216
Amazon Link: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B09LC5K3BH