The Dream Job by Kiersten Modglin – Book Review


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The next psychological thriller from the bestselling author of The Good Neighbors…

Autumn Sanderson goes by Lark now.
No one in her new life can know who she was.
No one from her old life can know where she is now.

Drowning in debt, Lark is desperate to land a job—any job. When she finds herself at an interview for a mysterious company offering her an exorbitant salary, she jumps at the chance.

But things aren’t quite what they seem…

She soon learns of the company’s peculiar hiring process. Locked in a luxury cabin with five strangers who go only by their code names, Lark begins to question exactly what it is she signed up for.

The company, riddled with secrets and led by a cryptic boss known only as Mr. X, has strange rules and even stranger challenges for their candidates. After each day’s competition, the candidates gather around the dinner table to eat, drink, and spill their darkest secrets.

When Lark sees something she shouldn’t, she begins to ask questions, but soon gets a warning to stop. It’s obvious she’s in danger, but why? What does the company want? How much can she trust the others in the house? Trapped in the remote house with no technology allowed, Lark realizes she must take drastic measures to find out the truth.

The job of her dreams may cost her life…

My Review

I, now, after two books of Kiersten’s am a huge fan! She manages to create a world in which you cannot escape until the last page is read. One in which you both love and hate the characters, depending on who they are and always, always hope for your favorite to win! The Dream Job was no different, except the unveiling at the end, I couldn’t have seen coming even if someone gave me a little more hints. The true reveal was better than I could have ever hoped or thought of and it literally left me with my law open!

I currently am awaiting the next new release, The Nanny’s Secret which is due out this coming Tuesday, June 16th, 2020

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