Trespassing

Trespassing

In this Amazon Charts bestselling novel of psychological suspense, a young mother follows a dangerous path to find her missing husband.Veronica Cavanaugh’s grasp on the world is slipping. Her latest round of fertility treatments not only failed but left her on edge and unbalanced. And her three-year-old daughter, Elizabella, has a new imaginary friend, who seems much

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Title:Trespassing
Author:Brandi Reeds
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Trespassing Reviews

  • Kristi Cook

    Best thriller I've read in a long time! I literally stayed up half the night so that I could finish it in one sitting. And unlike most thrillers, it wasn't too easy to figure out *and* the resolution was satisfying (and made sense).

  • Carrie

    Trespassing by Brandi Reeds is a novel of psychological suspense in which readers start off meeting Veronica Cavanaugh, a young mother who is in the midst of fertility treatments while dealing with her precocious three year old. Veronica feels that she and her husband have the perfect marriage with the one exception of having such difficulty getting pregnant.

    Veronica begins to worry about her daughter, Elizabella, when it seems she has conjured an imaginary playmate and with mental illness in th

    Trespassing by Brandi Reeds is a novel of psychological suspense in which readers start off meeting Veronica Cavanaugh, a young mother who is in the midst of fertility treatments while dealing with her precocious three year old. Veronica feels that she and her husband have the perfect marriage with the one exception of having such difficulty getting pregnant.

    Veronica begins to worry about her daughter, Elizabella, when it seems she has conjured an imaginary playmate and with mental illness in the family history it is a bit concerning. The doctors however reassure Veronica this is absolutely normal but Veronica isn’t quite convinced when her daughter begins telling everyone Nini said her father is now in God land.

    Since her husband is a private pilot and has just left on a trip to New York with a client Veronica begins to worry when she doesn’t hear from him like normal and when he doesn’t come home at all when planned she calls in the police. As the investigation into the disappearance goes on of course Veronica as the wife becomes a suspect but all she wanted was for her husband to return home, that is until the secrets and lies begin to unravel.

    Picking up Trespassing I was honestly getting a little worried after seeing several mention that this one was slow moving and anyone that knows me knows I lose patience pretty quickly. When finished however I wonder if I read the same book as those that mentioned slowness because I was never once bored with this one and thought the drama unfolded at a steady pace and it kept my attention quite easily. The description of a novel of mounting psychological suspense was quite perfect as at each turn of a page it seemed to go deeper and deeper in intensity.

    It’s pretty apparent that I enjoyed the suspense and following along with the plot in this one but what also won me completely over was when it headed to Key West. I’ve actually been there and I felt like I was walking right along with them and taking in the sights yet again so I loved that setting. I also loved having the focus around a little girl and her imaginary friend and the questions that came along with that. So when you bundle all of this together I couldn’t turn the pages fast enough and found this one rather exciting myself.

    I received an advance copy from the publisher via NetGalley.

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  • Vicki Willis

    Wow, this book was a surprise to me. I got it from the Kindle First program so it wasn't one I had heard about prior to choosing it. I am so glad I picked it! It was impossible to put down and I read it in 2 days!

    It is about a woman whose husband goes missing and she begins to question her sanity. She is overwhelmed with a young daughter, being in the midst of IVF treatments and more questions than answers. Of course, being the spouse she is being looked at closely and for good reason.

    The book

    Wow, this book was a surprise to me. I got it from the Kindle First program so it wasn't one I had heard about prior to choosing it. I am so glad I picked it! It was impossible to put down and I read it in 2 days!

    It is about a woman whose husband goes missing and she begins to question her sanity. She is overwhelmed with a young daughter, being in the midst of IVF treatments and more questions than answers. Of course, being the spouse she is being looked at closely and for good reason.

    The book is fast paced with short chapters so it was easy to read late into the night. I liked the story and was able to guess a few things, but was still surprised at the ending. I thought the ending was perfect for this book in an imperfect way.

    I definitely recommend this book and will be watching this author to see what else she writes.

  • Paula W

    When I was more than halfway through the book sometime last night, there were a grand total of zero reviews for this book on Goodreads. I received this for free as my choice of Amazon First Reads for the month of March, so I went back to Amazon to see the reviews there. Total of two. A few more have trickled in since then, but I have never been one of the first people to review a book before. This is exciting and a bit scary.

    In "Trespassing", Veronica and Micah are parents of a toddler and tryi

    When I was more than halfway through the book sometime last night, there were a grand total of zero reviews for this book on Goodreads. I received this for free as my choice of Amazon First Reads for the month of March, so I went back to Amazon to see the reviews there. Total of two. A few more have trickled in since then, but I have never been one of the first people to review a book before. This is exciting and a bit scary.

    In "Trespassing", Veronica and Micah are parents of a toddler and trying to have more children when Micah comes up missing. The spouse is always the top suspect, but Veronica knows nothing. Their toddler seems to know quite a bit, though, as told to her through her imaginary friend Nini.

    This book is a new take on something done quite a bit in the psychological thriller genre. Veronica isn't an alcoholic like most of the others, thank goodness, but the idea that she might be unreliable is planted by herself for other reasons: she is exhausted and emotional after miscarrying twins and starting up IVF treatments again, her toddler's imaginary friend is too much to take because of the history of schizophrenia in her family, the police think she knows something she doesn't, and she's not sure if the paranoia she feels about someone following her is real or not.

    There isn't really a big surprising twist at the end; it's more of a gradual reveal of things I found quite difficult to figure out on my own. I figured out some of it, but that didn't detract from how much I enjoyed the book. And I liked it enough to stay up most of the night reading until I finished it. It is fast-paced from beginning to end, and it is further proof that I am justified for not trusting anyone, including myself.

    If you aren't able to get this through the Amazon First Reads program, expected publication date is April 1, 2018.

  • Diana

    Who doesn’t love a book where the narrator questions her own sanity? I personally LOVE such a book!

    In Trespassing, we follow Veronica and her 3-year-old daughter, Elizabella. Veronica’s husband goes missing and then, seemingly, all hell breaks loose. Veronica begins to question what is real and what is not and to make things worse, Elizabella says the creepiest things!

    I recommend this to all fans of suspense.

  • (Bern) Mom to 2 Posh Lil Divas

    by Brandi Reeds was definitely not what I expected going into it! I honestly couldn't turn the pages fast enough as my mind raced with what-ifs only to be proven wrong, time & time again.

    In Trespassing we meet Veronica, a mom to 3 year old Bella who is struggling to get pregnant again via IVF. When we first meet Veronica &

    by Brandi Reeds was definitely not what I expected going into it! I honestly couldn't turn the pages fast enough as my mind raced with what-ifs only to be proven wrong, time & time again.

    In Trespassing we meet Veronica, a mom to 3 year old Bella who is struggling to get pregnant again via IVF. When we first meet Veronica & Bella they are at an appt with their family therapist. Bella has developed an "imaginary" friend, Nini, who resides in a strand of her hair and tells her things. Veronica, whose mom suffered from schizophrenia is very concerned about her daughter's mental well being.

    At the onset, things were creepy with Bella and Nini. When Veronica's husband, Micah, goes missing it seems as if Bella knew things before they happened. Of course, the police suspect Veronica and given her family's mental health history we are in for a ride as even she begins to question her self and her own sanity. Should she listen to Bella? Might she actually know something? Or are her words the ramblings of a little girl with an overactive imagination?

    The book really kept me guessing as to what was "really" going on. There was a gradual reveal that I honestly did not have all figured out. I figured out bits & pieces but not everything. Though I felt like the ending didn't really tie up all the loose ends - it fit within the story line and made sense.

    Veronica being the narrator was definitely what kept me reading. Her history, her anxiety, the lies, the insecurity & feelings of paranoia - they all worked well to keep me turning the pages.

  • Linda

    Rockabye Baby......

    It chimes on Veronica Cavanaugh's phone to signal that the fertility clinic has news. Good, bad, or still pending. Veronica and her husband, Micah, are joined at the hip in their determination to conceive another child. Their three year old daughter, Elizabella, is proof that the treatments work. It's just a matter of time.

    But time doesn't seem to play out right for Veronica. Her pilot husband left days ago on a routine flight to New York City and hasn't been in contact with h

    Rockabye Baby......

    It chimes on Veronica Cavanaugh's phone to signal that the fertility clinic has news. Good, bad, or still pending. Veronica and her husband, Micah, are joined at the hip in their determination to conceive another child. Their three year old daughter, Elizabella, is proof that the treatments work. It's just a matter of time.

    But time doesn't seem to play out right for Veronica. Her pilot husband left days ago on a routine flight to New York City and hasn't been in contact with her. With raging hormones and an extremely bossy three year old, Veronica grabs that phone and starts making calls. Her first call is to her mother-in-law, Shell, who is vacationing in Europe. No contact with her son. Her next phone call is to the corporation that Micah flies for after leaving United. What she's being told would make any wife's hair catch on fire. Something is seriously, seriously wrong here.

    Brandi Reeds presents a story lined with a burning nightmare spreading far and wide. It will certainly make any spouse sit up and listen. She has set Veronica down in the midst of a new neighborhood outside of Chicago with no friends or contacts. Veronica has no family of her own and there is a heavy backstory about how her unstable mother died. There's plenty of woo-woo in the air with our girl doubting her own sanity. Isolation does a number when you've got no one to bounce ideas and speculations off of. Even the police are shoving a heaped up plate of guilt back at Veronica.

    And wait until you meet darling little Bella. You'll be poppin' antacids like bar peanuts. She'll work even beyond your last nerve. Trespassing is designed to roughen the edges and make you wonder just how far humans will go to get what they want. A lot of threads to be tied at the end, but certainly a worthy page turner. Stress from within and stress from without......

  • Amy's Book Reviews

    3.5 STARS

    When Bella begins talking to her imaginary friend Nini, Veronica worries three-year-old Elizabella may have inherited her mother and grandmother’s schizophrenia. Bella predicts her father Micah’s death and then he disappears. Veronica discovers Micah has secrets, so many secrets. Then the police begin looking at her like a suspect in his presumed murder and she wonders if she’s the one who inherited the mental illness.

    Brandi Reeds’ debut novel kept me interested and wondering what was *

    3.5 STARS

    When Bella begins talking to her imaginary friend Nini, Veronica worries three-year-old Elizabella may have inherited her mother and grandmother’s schizophrenia. Bella predicts her father Micah’s death and then he disappears. Veronica discovers Micah has secrets, so many secrets. Then the police begin looking at her like a suspect in his presumed murder and she wonders if she’s the one who inherited the mental illness.

    Brandi Reeds’ debut novel kept me interested and wondering what was **really** going on. Was Veronica mentally ill and if so, what was real and was a figment of her fractured mind? I never thought she was the culprit, unless perhaps she had another personality. The more paranoid she became, the less I trusted her sanity. I enjoyed Reeds’ writing and the pace of TRESPASSING.

    Bella’s character wasn’t believable and for me to totally buy into the premise, I had to find her authentic. I’m not sure if Reeds has ever seen a three-year-old draw, but even the most artistic preschooler doesn’t hav the capacity draw in a way that the police would use those scribbles to identify suspects or as maps of a potential crime scene. Therapists can glean mood, potential trauma and other states of being from drawings at that age, but not complete suspect identifying information.

    TRESPASSING reveals secrets incrementally. When I finally reached the end, I figured out the resolution, but it was satisfying nonetheless.

  • Andrew Langert

    The protagonist (Veronica Cavanaugh) is a young wife whose husband, a pilot, has gone missing. Did he die in a plane crash? Or was something more diabolical going on?

    Despite the fact that the author introduced Veronica’s annoying 3-year-old daughter early on, the book started out fairly strong. But then Veronica starts constantly agonizing over her inability to bear additional children. She spends pages and pages questioning her own sanity as she undertakes an extended search to find out the tru

    The protagonist (Veronica Cavanaugh) is a young wife whose husband, a pilot, has gone missing. Did he die in a plane crash? Or was something more diabolical going on?

    Despite the fact that the author introduced Veronica’s annoying 3-year-old daughter early on, the book started out fairly strong. But then Veronica starts constantly agonizing over her inability to bear additional children. She spends pages and pages questioning her own sanity as she undertakes an extended search to find out the truth about her husband.

    But the plot drags. And drags. Finally, in the last 50 pages or so, the truth comes out in hurry, completing a tale so tall and complex that it cannot be believed. By the time I was assaulted with all the things that were really going on, I just wanted to get the book behind me.

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