ARC Review – If He Wakes by Zoe Lea

“You can always trust your best friend… can’t you?”




Summary:You can always trust your best friend… can’t you?
When Rachel discovers a Twitter message arranging a romantic liaison she assumes her husband is having an affair, and follows him. What she witnesses is so much worse: a hit and run using his car.

Meanwhile, Rachel’s friend and business partner Suzie is increasingly worried about her fiance, who’s not been in touch for days. When Suzie learns of huge debts racked up in her name she fears he has run out on her, but then the threatening calls start and she thinks something terrible has happened.

Rachel and Suzie are both about to learn shocking things about the men they love, worse than they could ever imagine… Can their friendship survive?”


My Thoughts: What I really liked about this book is that it grabbed your attention immediately in the beginning, it didn’t have a long, drawn out build up that you can run into sometimes. “If He Wakes” is well written and takes you on a rollercoaster ride and puts you through some twists you would never see coming. I would definitely recommend this book to others. The only thing I wasn’t too fond of was the ending was given away about 3/4 through the book, I think I would have enjoyed more build up.


Favorite Quote:

“They say that when you have a traumatic event, there is the ‘before’ and the ‘after’, that all things fall under those two categories, but no one talks about the precipice. When you’re looking down on the sheer drop below and can feel yourself tipping, there’s no clichés or wise quotes for that and I wondered if it’s because no one gets that moment.”



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