TitleForget You Know Me
AuthorJessica Strawser
ImprintJessica Strawser Ltd
Sales rank4.5


In her engrossing new novel, Forget You Know Me, Jessica Strawser takes readers deep into an intimate friendship between two women When one witnesses a shocking incident that should never have been caught on camera, the secrets and lies it exposes threaten to change their lives forever.Molly and Liza have always been close in a way that people envy Even after Molly married Daniel, both considered Liza an honorary member of their family But after Liza moved away, things grew strained than anyone wanted to admit in the friendship and the marriage When Daniel goes away on business, Molly and Liza plan to reconnect with a nice long video chat over wine after the kids are in bed But when Molly leaves the room to check on a crying child, a man in a mask enters, throwing Liza into a panic then her screen goes black When Liza finally reaches Molly, her reply is icy and terse, insisting everything is fine Liza is still convinced something is wrong, that her friend is in danger But after an all night drive to help her ends in a brutal confrontation, Liza is sure their friendship is over completely unaware that she s about to have a near miss of her own And Molly, refusing to deal with what s happened, won t turn to Daniel, either But none of them can go on pretending Not after this Forget You Know Me exposes the wounds of people who ve grown apart, against their will Best friends, separated by miles Spouses, hardened by neglect A mother, isolated by pain The man in the mask will change things for them all.But who was he And will he be back


Larry H

Forget You Know Me By Jessica Strawser

I m between 3 and 3.5 stars.Liza and Molly have been best friends since childhood Even when Molly was dating, and then married, Daniel, Liza was still a part of their lives, sharing stories of disastrous dates and her real lack of ambition But when Liza moved from Cincinnati to Chicago for a job, it... (Sign in to see more)

Jessica Strawser

Forget You Know Me By Jessica Strawser

My new novel, coming in February 2019 Can t wait to share it with you all


Forget You Know Me By Jessica Strawser

Why am I starting this book when I said I was going to wait until Octoberand it doesn t even come out until next February Because I have ZERO chill Just none.Previously ARC received The synopsis of this sounds incredible right in my comfort zone and the perfect book for the Fall Psyched to get start... (Sign in to see more)


Forget You Know Me By Jessica Strawser

I received a free e copy of Forget You Know Me by Jessica Strawser from NetGalley for my honest review.Liza and Molly have been friends for their entire lives They remained very good friends even through marriage and raising children but raising children, of course, took some of the time they spent ... (Sign in to see more)

Erin Clemence

Forget You Know Me By Jessica Strawser

Special thanks to the publisher and to NetGalley for a free, electronic ARC of this novel in exchange for an honest review Molly and Liza have friends for years Even when Molly got married and Liza moved away, the two have retained their strong bond One night, during a video call, Liza... (Sign in to see more)

Liz Fenton

Forget You Know Me By Jessica Strawser

Jessica Strawser does it again with FORGET YOU KNOW ME It s a fantastic, tautly paced novel that will have you racing to unravel its many questions and half truths But at its core, it s a story about the people we love and the lengths to which we ll go to protect them.


Forget You Know Me By Jessica Strawser

In FORGET YOU KNOW ME, Jessica Strawser has once again crafted a taut and immensely satisfying novel of domestic suspense Come for the sinister premise, stay for the insightful portrayals of a friendship crumbling apart, a marriage strained to its breaking point, and at least one character who finds... (Sign in to see more)

Christina McDonald

Forget You Know Me By Jessica Strawser

What an intriguing premise Childhood best friends Liza and Molly decide to catch up over a Skype call and some wine But when Molly goes upstairs to check on her daughter, Liza sees a masked intruder enter her house This one incident sets off a chain reaction of intriguing events that kept me guessin... (Sign in to see more)

Donna Hines

Forget You Know Me By Jessica Strawser

Marital bliss A masked intruder A friend in peril Let neither husband nor wife strive to be the dominating person in the household Molly needed to be not only heard but understood She needed to get out of her daily funk She needed what so many of us wish we had Validation Love Support.Liza and Molly... (Sign in to see more)


Forget You Know Me By Jessica Strawser

Forget You Know Me reminded me of Jessica s last novel that I read, Not That I Could Tell There was a lot of foreplay and excitement, but not much for a climax Not a lot of bang, IMO The story line built up to so much with each page that you turned and it could have went so many ways but ultimately ... (Sign in to see more)

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