Tuesday, December 15, 2020

The Last To See Her by Courtney Evan Tate

Since Gen was days away from being divorced and her sister had a conference to attend in New York City, they decided to celebrate there.

The celebration got carried away with both of them becoming very drunk and with Gen throwing her expensive wedding band over the balcony. 

Gen then decided to take a walk to clear her head. That definitely was not a good idea because her sister and the doorman were the last to see her.

We follow the lives of both sisters before this incident and in present time.  Gen is missing, and Meg has to stay in New York since she is a suspect.

We learn of their childhood, their domestic lives, and their working lives. Gen is currently an author and Meg is a surgeon. 

Gen was married to an attorney, and Meg is married to a contractor.

As I read the back story of Gen, that husband was too good to be true.  It seemed like he was a fake, and it appears he had been.  

Would that make him a suspect in her disappearance even though he still hadn't arrived in New York City yet?

Meg's husband seemed sweet.

Something was going on in all of their lives, but what was it, and did it have anything to do with Gen's disappearance?

THE LAST TO SEE HER has pull-you-in writing and a great story line with big surprises.

When all the truths come out and as things start to get tense, you won't be able to stop reading.  You HAVE to find out the answers and the secrets.

It seems like everyone has a secret, and no one is as they appear to be.

There are good twists. 

This book is different and just SO good.  Don't pass it up. 5/5

This book was given to me by the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.


  1. I hope you get to read this book if you haven’t.

    Thanks for stopping.

  2. I'm really looking forward to reading this one.
    Nice review!

    1. Thanks about my review.

      You will love it...enjoy!!

      Thanks for your comment, Linda.

  3. Ooh, my kind of read! And husbands that seem too good to be true make interesting characters. Thanks for sharing.

    1. He was an interesting character.

      Thanks for commenting, Laurel.

      I think you would love this book.

  4. I like a twisty read and this sounds like a good one!

    1. If you like twisty, then you will like this book.

      Thanks for commenting, Mary.