About: Jules is down on her luck. First, she gets laid off. Then she finds her fiance cheating on her after coming home early from being let go. Since she was staying at his apartment, she finds herself homeless. Luckily, her friend lets her stay on her couch. It was there that she found a job opportunity she couldn’t pass. She would be an apartment sitter. Everything seems too good to be true. Or is it?
Plot: I want to say that the beginning was a bit slow, but it was a find pace. I really enjoyed it. It did pick up after a certain bit though. I was not prepared for it if I’m being honest. Especially the last part of it. I was on the edge of my seat wanting to find out what happened! I loved the foreshadowing in the book as well.
Characters: I really adored Jules. She was very laid back and open-minded. I also loved one of the apartment sitters. I forgot her name. She befriended Jules almost right away. I wish I could have seen more of Jules’ friends in the story. Her best friend seemed pretty amazing.
Narration: This book was narrated by Dylan Moore. He did an amazing job. He added the perfect spook to the book during the intense and creepy moments. I’m curious to listen to more narrated by him.
Never take anything you haven’t earned, my father used to say. You always end up paying for it one way or another.
Every so often, life offers you a reset button. When it does, you need to press it as hard as you can.
She’s fascinating in the same way tornadoes are fascinating. You want to see how much they’re going to spin.
Why do boys totally suck? I’m starting to think it might be ingrained in them. Like, they’re taught at a young age that they can be assholes because most women will let them get away with it.