Elise Watters seems to have it all—a blissful marriage, a gorgeous Victorian home surrounded by lush gardens, and a dream job running her late mother’s herbal boutique.
But on the eve of her first wedding anniversary, Elise makes a shocking discovery that turns her life upside down and casts doubt on everything she thought she knew—about her marriage, her friends, and even herself. As she treads into dangerous territory, Elise is forced to wonder: Is her whole future at stake? Or is paranoia getting the best of her?
If she is to believe what she sees, Elise has every reason to fear for her life…
Elise’s first person voice carried us along on an intense path, and just when we thought we knew the source of the danger, we would be struck by still another shock.
Even her best friend was suspect.
I do enjoy a book in which I do not know who to trust. By the end of The Poison Garden, however, I wasn’t sure I could even believe what ultimately happened.