Author: Michele Jaffe
Where I got it: From #RAK!
Eve, a runaway, finds a new job at a coffee shop on the outskirts of Tuscon. When she's approached by two wealthy teens who claim she bears an uncanny resemblance to their missing cousin Aurora, her life takes a turn for the dark and mysterious. Drawn into a scheme to win Aurora's inheritance, Eve finds herself impersonating the girl, who disappeared three years ago on the night her best friend Elizabeth died. But when Liza's ghost begins to haunt Eve, doing harm to the people close to her under the guise of "protecting" her, Eve finds herself in a nightmare maze of lies and deception that leads her to question even her own identity. She realizes her only chance is to uncover the truth about what happened the night Liza died, and to find Liza's killer - before she's next.
This teen thriller by Michele Jaffe will keep readers turning pages well into the night.
Ghost Flower sounded really creepy and kinda mindbending, which is what really drew me to it, and it didn’t disappoint!
Eve has been on her own for a while. It’s not easy taking care of yourself when you’re a teenager on the run, so when a couple rich kids approach her with a deal, she really can’t refuse. See, Eve looks disturbingly like their cousin, who disappeared three years ago, and has to be around and proven alive to claim her inheritance. So Eve agrees to pretend to be Aurora for a huge sum of money. Seems like a great idea, until she becomes embroiled in the mystery surrounding Aurora’s disappearance, and the death of her best friend Liza.
There’s definitely more to this crazy family than meets the eye, as Eve discovers throughout the book. But there’s also a lot more to Eve than anyone imagined… This is a dangerous game that will keep the reader guessing until the very last page!
After finishing this book, I’m definitely bumping Rosebush to the top of my TBR!