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The French GirlAmid the already simmering tensions And after a huge altercation on the last night of the holiday Kate knew nothing would ever be the same There are some things you can't forgive and there are some people you can't forget like Severine who was never seen again Now a decade later the case is reopened when Severine's body is found in the well behind 35This is not a book that’s going to grab you in the first pageor even the first chapter for that matter It’s a slow burn that builds in intensity as the storyline progresses Before long you will be hooked and anxious to see how it all plays outThen Ten years ago there were six friends enjoying a much needed break from their studies at Oxford choosing to vacation at a uaint farmhouse in France By the end of their holiday someone is missingNow Ten years later the remaining group of five have re convened This after learning the remains of their missing friend Severine have been found in the bottom of a well in Franceat the farmhouseThe investigation is now reopenedKate is trying her best to move forward and put the past behind her To forget what happened all those years ago Only Severine won’t let her Severine? Kate is haunted by the ghost of her dearest friend showing up at any given moment These were my favorite parts of the book when Severine would appear This is not a book that “wowed” me but I did get drawn in and ultimately enjoyed it I was hoping for a little from the ending just my twisted thinking but overall it came togetherIf you’re looking for a light easy thriller then this might be the perfect read for youAs always a fantastic traveling sister readThank you to NetGalley Berkley Publishing Group and Lexie Elliott for an ARC to read in exchange for an honest reviewFor this review and our full Traveling Sister Review please visit Brenda and Norma’s fabulous blog

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Read The French Girl eBook å Hardcover ✓ gwairsoft Ï [Reading] ➷ The French Girl By Lexie Elliott – They were six university students from Oxford friends and sometimes than friends spending an idyllic week together in a French farmhouse It was supposed to be the perfect summer getaway uThe farmhouse uestioned along with her friends Kate stands to lose everything she's worked so hard to achieve as suspicion mounts around her Desperate to resolve her own shifting memories and fearful she will be forever bound to the woman whose presence still haunts her Kate finds herself buried under layers of deception with no one to set her free 4 Stars“The French Girl” A Slow Burning yet Addicting ReadA Group of 6 friends from Uni are brought back together 10 years after a tragedy because a young French girl’s body is found and they are the prime suspects Severine was the mademoiselle next store her body was found She was loved and hated Was one of the 6 responsible for her death? None of them initially think so But then doubt is cast Tension ensues No one is left unscathed Kate Channing one of the six and is Inspector Modan’s main suspect yet she knows she is innocent Luckily she has a few people by her side including Severine Yes you heard me Severine Lexie Elliot’s “The French Girl” is a book about old friends some who don’t even like each other yet they are bound together by gossip jealousy and secrets Though this was a slower read I felt the burn deep in my belly It kept me reading late into the night Kate her old friend Tom and Severine intrigued me I just had to know How and why I had my suspicions You will have yours I will say that I wanted and expected a little given that burn I felt deep inside That being said this book is worth the read It is worth diving in This girl is really darn interesting so give her a chance my friends once you do I want to hear about it Thank you to Edelweiss Penguin Publishing Group and Lexie Elliot for an ARC of this novel in exchange for an honest review Published on Edelweiss Goodreads Twitter and Instagram on 111617

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They were six university students from Oxford friends and sometimes than friends spending an idyllic week together in a French farmhouse It was supposed to be the perfect summer getaway until they met Severine the girl next door For Kate Channing Severine was an unwelcome presence her inscrutable beauty undermining the close knit group's loyalties I'm consistently intrigued by books with a premise of wonderful experiences gone awry and that's exactly what  The French Girl promises We see this set up times than not in psychological thrillers today; a group of college friends plan some sort of vacation and something bad happens usually a murder or a sexual assault or perhaps a kidnapping In this case it's a disappearance where the body turns up a decade after the fact and the group begins to get antsy Obviously someone is hiding something but just how many someones are involved? What do they know and what did they do?  Lucky for us those pesky police continue to show up poke around and not let the past stay buriedI was rightly informed ahead of time to expect a slow burn type of pacing here This is 100% true and for some readers this will be a deal breaker It isn't the type of psychological thriller that's begins slowly and then gradually picks up steam;  The French Girl keeps an especially reluctant groove that loiters in some moments and almost stops full tilt in others I particularly enjoy a good character driven lackadaisical novel but this was a little slow even for my liking My main issues were tied to the lack of suspense this caused which led into a fairly predictable plot Readers who aren't as tied to the mysterysuspensethriller genre likely won't find that last portion an issue and if you are generally pleased with most mainstream commercial thrillers of the psychological variety you'll probably enjoy this one even than I didWhile I did experience the above issues it's also fair to note that as a debut piece of fiction the writing here was beautiful creative and of high uality I found myself getting lost in some of the memories and moments where Kate is feeling haunted by Severine These parts were the strongest and most fascinating and I found myself looking forward to these portions the most I'm highly intrigued by Elliott's writing and will certainly be awaiting her sopho novel; girl's got talent Recommended to readers who enjoy a fascinating slow burn with insightful charactersMany thanks to the publisher for providing my copy