Narrated By: Kristin Atherton, Chris MacDonald
Duration: 11 hours and 16 minutes
What to expect
She made one terrible mistake… and someone isn’t going to let her forget it.
**Picked as a 2020 'Unmissable Debut' by the Daily Express**
'Kept me gripped and kept me guessing' Erin Kelly, author of He Said/She Said
Naomi seems to have everything. A beautiful daughter, a gorgeous house, a perfect life.
Behind the scenes, though, she and her husband are drifting from one another and struggling to conceive their second child.
Then Naomi meets a parent at her daughter's nursery. Sean understands her, or so she thinks. Looking for a connection, for a friend, Naomi makes a terrible mistake.
Weeks later, when Naomi attempts to contact Sean, he has disappeared without a trace. But it becomes clear that someone else knows her secret. Someone who wants to make sure she never forgets what she did.
A twisting, addictive thriller about desire and deceit, perfect for fans of Apple Tree Yard, Blood Orange and Our House.
'Excellent domestic noir, chillingly plausible… I loved the ending' Jo Spain, author of The Confession
'An absorbing story, a bunch of unexpected twists, great writing. I totally lost myself in this book' John Boyne, author of The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas
'Sexy, chilling and wonderfully twisty' Emily Koch, author of If I Die Before I Wake
'Clever, perceptive...explores obsession, marital discord...the final twist chills' Literary Review
READERS LOVE HAPPY EVER AFTER:
'A brilliant, engrossing thriller’
‘Amazing debut…Terrifying and electric’
'A clever psychological thriller with twists that I didn’t see coming'
'An interesting take on the stalker genre'
'Read this in a day! Brilliant book’
Psychological thriller, Thriller / suspense fiction, Narrative theme: Love & relationships
Listen to a sample
Very readable domestic noir.
A highly addictive thriller about blame and guilt with a satisfyingly shocking ending.
This creepy tale of obsession will give you shivers.
A dark and deeply satisfying slice of domestic noir
Happy Ever After is insanely gripping . . . it's slick, smart and so very human