Review: She was the Quiet One

She Was the Quiet One






From the author of It’s Always the Husband comes a riveting new suspense audiobook about privilege, power, and what happens when we let ambition take control. 

For Rose Enright, enrolling in a prestigious New England boarding school is the opportunity of a lifetime. But for Rose’s vulnerable twin sister Bel, Odell Academy is a place of temptation and danger. When Bel falls in with a crowd of wild rich kids who pressure her into hazing Rose, the sisters’ relationship is shattered. Rose turns to her dorm mother, Sarah Donovan, for advice. But Bel turns to Sarah’s husband Heath, a charismatic and ambitious teacher. Is Heath trying to help Bel or take advantage of her? In a world of privilege, seduction, and manipulation, only one sister will live to tell the truth.

In an audiobook full of twists, turns, and dark secrets, Michele Campbell once again proves her skill at crafting intricately spun and completely compelling plots.

Rating: 4-stars


She was the Quiet One by Michelle Campbell is a dark tale. One that took me into the dark relationship of two sisters and a husband and his wife. The turn of events had me feeling sorry for the one sister. One sibling was a dark and greedy and the other was a victim. Sex, abuse of power, and betrayal are the main themes exploring here, on these pages. I was shocked, horrified, and felt sad. It was so realistic that it was like being there when it happened. The plot was full of suspense. I was never sure how it would have ended. Overall, I recommend this book, She was the Quiet One to readers everywhere.

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