Watch Out For Her by Samatha M. Bailey | Review

Watch Out for Her | Samantha M. BaileySimon & Schuster | Pub: April 26, 2022 | Pages: 336

I won’t lie, this book took me a little while to get into it as I found the book's pace pretty slow. However, as I got more into it, I definitely was engrossed in the story. The story is told in past and present chapters, from different POVs. I thought that was a very interesting way to tell the story, and my sympathy for the main characters kept changing throughout the book. In addition, I found Samantha was a master at building suspense as most chapters ended with small cliff-hangers!

The story was a bit predictable, but the ending was excellent, so I can let that slide. Overall great story that is beautifully written! I’ll definitely pick up another book by Samantha B. Bailey in the future.

Thank you to Simon & Schuster for providing me with a physical ARC of this book. As usual, my reviews are my honest and unbiased opinions.


Wherever you go…

she’ll be watching.

Sarah Goldman, mother to six-year-old Jacob, is relieved to move across the country. She has a lot she wants to leave behind, especially Holly Monroe, the pretty twenty-two-year-old babysitter she and her husband, Daniel, hired to take care of their young son last summer. It started out as a perfect arrangement—Sarah had a childminder her son adored, and Holly found the mother figure she’d always wanted. But Sarah’s never been one to trust very easily, so she kept a close eye on Holly, maybe too close at times. What she saw raised some questions, not only about who Holly really was but what she was hiding. The more Sarah watched, the more she learned—until one day, she saw something she couldn’t unsee, something so shocking that all she could do was flee.

Sarah has put it all behind her and is starting over in a different city with her husband and son. They’ve settled into a friendly suburb where the neighbors, a tight clique of good citizens, are always on the lookout for danger. But when Sarah finds hidden cameras in her new home, she has to wonder: Has her past caught up to her, and worse yet, who’s watching her now?


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