Yay! Its Wednesday!
Waiting on Wednesday is a weekly meme hosted by Jill at Breaking the Spine and is a wonderful way to share books you are waiting on and add books to your TBR list!
This week (and till this book releases) I am waiting ecstatically for ...
Seven Minutes in Heaven by Sara Shepard
Publication Date: July 30th, 2013
But sometimes the truth hurts.
For months, my long-lost twin, Emma, has been living my life and trying to solve my murder. She's unearthed dark secrets about my friends, my family, and my tangled past. But when it comes to finding my killer, she keeps running into dead ends.
Until my body shows up in Sabino Canyon. Suddenly everyone knows there are two girls who look like Sutton Mercer—and that one of them is dead. At first the police assume the body is Emma's. But as questions and accusations start flying, it's harder than ever for Emma to keep playing me. The truth is bound to come out eventually. And when it does, Emma will be suspect number one in my murder investigation. If she can't find my killer before time runs out, she'll end up behind bars . . . or worse.
Sara Shepard, the #1 New York Times bestselling author of the Pretty Little Liars books, finally reveals the shocking truth about Sutton's murder in this riveting novel about secrets, lies, and killer consequences
(Synopsis and Cover Photo provided by Goodreads)
Why oh why?
First, the introduction in the synopsis is amazing. So true. The introduction makes me wonder if my prediction that Ethan is the killer is true. If it is, Emma will be badly hurt. After all, she would have trusted and loved the wrong guy.
Seven Minutes in Heaven is the last book in the Lying Game series so I can finally discover who killed Sutton. I like the direction (I'm inferring from this synopsis) this book will go where Emma will have to face everyone knowing the truth instead of telling them once the killer is safety locked in prison. This direction should be exciting, since Emma will have to defend her self for lying and block accusations that she is the killer.
And most of all...
More Thayer scenes! More Thayer moments! More Thayer being incredible.
Thanks for reading!