The Day The Lies Began By Kylie Kaden. (2019).
**2.5 out of 5 stars**
It happened on the day of the Moon Festival. They could have moved on but secrets tend to rise to the surface, especially in small towns. Wife and mother Abbi, town cop Blake, schoolteacher Hannah and local doctor Will are caught up in their own tangled webs of deceit. When the truth washes in, so do the judgements and not all relationships survive.
I really wanted to like this book more but I just didn’t end up thinking that much of it. It was OK however I felt like the plot got messy with all the secrets and reveals by the main characters. Most of those secrets didn’t end up being that interesting or unexpected as well. The relationships between the main characters were also a bit messy; specifically the relationship between Abbi and Blake was just quite strange and odd to read. The best character in my opinion was Molly and not enough time was spent on her.
This book was definitely readable but as someone who reads a lot of this genre it wouldn’t be one I’d really recommend, however if you didn’t read a lot of the genre you might enjoy this one.