The Waitress by Nina Manning

4 Stars from me

There is about to be a big fat change in Kit’s life, but everything feels slightly off even though on the face of things it should all be exciting and wonderful.

This ‘air of everything being slightly off’ seemed to follow her around whether she was at work, at home, chatting to neighbours or even communicating with her family. This in turn set the tone for a psychological thriller that unravelled more and more with every turn of the page.

Kit was an odd character, I could kind of relate to some of her decisions although others made no sense at all. Although I can definitely see why she kept finding reasons to talk to her neighbour 😉

Having read some of Nina Manning’s previous books, I was expecting good things and overall I really enjoyed reading The Waitress – it was an engaging read which kept me guessing and has nicely timed drops of surprise.

My thanks to Nina Manning, Boldwood Books and Rachel’s Random Resources for letting me be a part of this blog tour.

Blurb: Nameless. Faceless. Deadly?

Waitress Kit Lowman knows that people look down on her and the job she does. But being anonymous offers Kit safety and security and allows her own terrible secrets to remain hidden.

And then Kit’s luck changes, and she suddenly faces a terrible dilemma: reveal her true identity and accept that life will never be the same. Or stay in the shadows…where she hopes she’ll be safe?

But secrets can’t stay hidden forever. And the more Kit tries to hide away, the more someone makes it clear that they are going to make her pay for what she did.

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