- What is my age:
- What is my nationaly:
- My orientation:
- What is my figure features:
- My figure type is strong
- What I like to drink:
- I prefer to drink beer
- Favourite music:
She was Powell, who was just over five feet tall and retained the guileless features of an innocent teenager well past adolescence, found herself typecast from the outset. She played a disenchanted young film star who finds happiness when she runs away from home and s a group of young people picking crops while adult farmworkers are at war. The film is noteworthy mostly because the name of the character she played, Jane Powell, became hers as well when the movie was released.
Goodre helps you keep track of books you want to read. Want to Read saving…. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Other editions. Enlarge cover. Error rating book. Refresh and try again.
Open Preview See a Problem? Details if other :. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book. I suppose everyone has regrets, wonders what if? People all have their reasons for living here. Who knows what lies behind the pretty curtains and the well-groomed lawns of Mulberry Avenue?
Her newest friend and neighbour. Lucy wants to protect her friend. But can she really trust Amber? Because sometimes other people are not all that they seem. Sometimes they have secrets. Straight into my Top 10 of the year and a really great read… Dark, disturbing and just everything you want from a psychological thriller and more.
Get A Copy. Kindle Editions. More Details Other Editions 4. Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please up. To ask other readers questions about The Woman Next Doorplease up. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Add this book to your favorite list ». Community Reviews. Showing Average rating 3. Rating details. Sort order.
Happy girl next door images
Start your review of The Woman Next Door. May 08, Carrie rated it it was amazing Shelves: netgalley. The Woman Next Door by Sue Watson is a thriller that felt a bit like a psychological thriller mixed with a domestic drama. The majority of this one is told from the point of view of Lucy, the main character. Along with the point of view changes there are a few time jumps in the story.
The opening chapter introduces Lucy and her first i The Woman Next Door by Sue Watson is a thriller that felt a bit like a psychological thriller mixed with a domestic drama.
Wonderful girl next door pinterest pics
The opening chapter introduces Lucy and her first impressions of Amber. Lucy is one of those women with the nice house and hubby but she becomes a little starstruck of her new neighbor who is a TV reporter. The we jump twelve months ahead in the neighborhood during which time Lucy has become good friends with Amber, or has she?
Before we know it though Amber finds herself with a stalker bringing the two even closer together.
Sue Watson has certainly written one of those books that is incredibly hard to put down and walk away from with The Woman Next Door. Every action and reaction is questionable with each turn of the leaving me on the edge of my seat trying to figure this one out.
Definitely a twisty mess by the time you are done and one I would definitely recommend. I received an advance copy from the publisher via NetGalley. View 2 comments.
For : beautiful-girl-next-door
Sue Watson has done it again! Since reading her last thriller I have been anxiously awaiting her next one and let me tell you, it is sooooo good! Come with me to Mulberry Ave where the most exciting thing to happen is book club and the neighborhood BBQ. That is until Amber, the one time celebrity who was climbing her way to the top and is now the local weather girl moves in to I found it a bit amusing at first as Lucy seemed star st Sue Watson has done it again!
I found it a bit amusing at first as Lucy seemed star struck with her new neighbor Amber.
Lucy was a bit entertaining as she snooped around and spied on Amber, wanting to know her every move. My amusement turned to concern as she quickly seemed obsessed with her new neighbor. As a friendship is forged it appeared to be rather one sided. Amber was totally self absorbed and seemed to take complete advantage of poor Lucy, but was Lucy as innocent as she appears?
As Amber's celebrity status becomes known throughout the neighborhood, she suddenly obtains a stalker.
The girl next door (unrated) 
I must admit I found myself questioning if this stalker was the real deal or did Amber just enjoy the attention. Would Amber fake a stalker? What a twisted, single white female vibe this had! As things spiral out of control I was not sure who to believe. Without spoiling anything for you I will just recap what to expect This is a story of secrets and obsession that will have you questioning everyone's motives. Be careful who you let into your life, you never know how it will end.
Jane powell, hollywood’s girl next door, is dead at 92
View all 6 comments. You don't want to miss this one.
What it's about: Besides that fact that Lucy can't have children, she has a very nice little life. She lives in the beautiful community of Mulberry Avenue, is a teacher, has a loving husband, and her best friend is the beautiful Amber who is a weather girl. Lucy had a troubled childhood, so she is quite happy with the way things are now, especially now that she has Amber as her best friend. But when strange things start happening to Amber, she starts to let on that her life might not be as perfect as it seems.
As Lucy discovers more of Amber's secrets she starts to wonder if she actually has a stalker, or if she is making it all up Things definitely aren't all as they seem, and as Watson unravels all of the mysteries and brings secrets to light, things just start getting crazier and crazier.
The mystery of who the stalker is and who is obsessed with Amber, felt pretty original to me which was something I really liked. Lucy did get on my nerves a bit because at times I was yelling at her to stand up to Amber Amber is quite hot and coldand I did think the book was a bit repetitive with certain descriptions about characters.
I also saw part of the twist coming, but definitely not all of it. All of these together put me at a 4 instead of a higher rating, but I have a feeling most people are going to truly love this one. The chapters are fairly short and it made the book feel like I was breezing through it.
The woman next door
I was very interested in the story and the pacing was great so I didn't want to put it down. The book switches between Lucy and a mystery person in the first half, then between Lucy, Amber, and the mystery person in the second half. I quite liked this approach, and it helped break up the book and keep it interesting. She is definitely a very accomplished writer, and I loved her writing style. I agree with the cover when I say this book IS unputdownable. I cannot wait to from this author!