This Might Hurt by Stephanie Wrobel

This Might Hurt
.ePUB, 328 pages
Expected Publication: 22 Feb 2022
By: Simon & Schuster Canada

About The Book:
Kit Collins knows she needs to change. So when she hears about Wisewood, a six month self-improvement program on a remote, private island, Kit signs up. She is to have no contact with the outside world. But then an email reaches her sister, Natalie: We know what you did. Would you like to come tell your sister - or should we? As Natalie embarks on a journey to find Kit, it becomes clear that they are both in danger. And as each sister tries to guard her own secrets, the chances of them ever returning home diminish.

My Review:
After reading and loving Darling Rose Gold by Stephanie Wrobel it was a no brainer to request this from NetGalley. Told in two different timelines from three points of view, This Might Hurt is a very suspenseful psychological thriller that gets your attention right from the start. I was so wrapped up in this story of the Collins sisters I read it in two sittings.

I loved the cult-like atmosphere of Wisewood and the fact it was so far from civilization, it made it creepy as all hell. This book has a very ominous feel to it and I felt the tensions of every single character. Many of my friends figured the big reveal but I was left feeling shocked and surprised and that ending was just the absolute best. After being two for two Wrobel will be an automatically "want to read" author for me from now on.

With many thanks to NetGalley, Stephanie Wrobel and Simon & Schuster Canada for the giving of the ARC.

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