Every day I clean the Winchesters' beautiful house top to bottom. I collect their daughter from school. And I cook a delicious meal for the whole family before heading up to eat alone in my tiny room on the top floor. I try to ignore how Nina makes a mess just to watch me clean it up. How she tells strange lies about her own daughter. And how her husband Andrew seems more broken every day. But as I look into Andrew's handsome brown eyes, so full of pain, it's hard not to imagine what it would be like to live Nina's life. I only try on one of Nina's pristine white dresses once. Just to see what it's like. But soon she finds out - and by the time I realize my attic bedroom door only locks from the outside, it's far too late. But I reassure myself that the Winchesters don't know who I really am. And they don't know what I'm capable of.
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"I did really enjoy it. Then during the second half of the book I kept thinking, did I already read this? Looked up comparisons on google (I have terrible memory with book titles) and apparently it is almost the same exact plot as another book I read… Realizing that was bummer. But I still did enjoy it."
"3/5 stars. This was almost the same as another book I read last year. Very predictable but still a good quick read. "
"I was hesitant until the plot twist because it reminded me of another book, but the plot twist really grabbed me and I finished it all in one sitting after that. Then ofc I had to devour the sequel immediately as well. I would recommend for sure. It’s very intriguing and not as predictable as I thought it would be!! "