[[ Best ]] You Can't Catch MeAuthor Catherine McKenzie – Bilb-weil.de

Twisty, absorbing, and fast paced YOU CAN T CATCH ME by CATHERINE McKENZIE is pure fun that was an extremely quick, entertaining, and brisk read I was immediately hooked and it held my attention right to that extremely surprising and mind blowing ending CATHERINE McKENZIE delivers an engrossing, intriguing, and cleverly plotted story here with some pretty impressive twists and turns I absolutely loved the short chapters and the snappy dialogue here which made me read this one quite quickly I Twisty, absorbing, and fast paced YOU CAN T CATCH ME by CATHERINE McKENZIE is pure fun that was an extremely quick, entertaining, and brisk read I was immediately hooked and it held my attention right to that extremely surprising and mind blowing ending CATHERINE McKENZIE delivers an engrossing, intriguing, and cleverly plotted story here with some pretty impressive twists and turns I absolutely loved the short chapters and the snappy dialogue here which made me read this one quite quickly I totally devoured it It was so nice to read a book that was a page turner and fully held my attention That has not been an easy task lately and I m so happy that this one grabbed me right from the very first page Love Catherine McKenzie and I highly recommend it This book is out now in the US UK.Canada publishing date August 18, 2020Thank you so much to Catherine McKenzie and Simon Schuster Canada for providing me with a physical copy of this book I received two physical copies of this one I won a giveaway that Catherine McKenzie was hosting herself and another direct from the publisher I passed on one of my physical copies to Brenda I also ended up with an eGalley as well from NetGalley and Lake Union Publishing Two women named Jessica Williams walk into a bar Sitting beside each other is not an accident One was once a child, rescued from a CULT She is not willing to be anyone s VICTIM againespecially not a grifter s I am a huge fan of this author having read almost every one of her ten books, but I was not a fan of this book Perhaps this time it s a case of It s me, not you I don t enjoy stories about CULTS, or GRIFTERS, so, this book probably did not stand a chance with me If you enjoy th Two women named Jessica Williams walk into a bar Sitting beside each other is not an accident One was once a child, rescued from a CULT She is not willing to be anyone s VICTIM againespecially not a grifter s I am a huge fan of this author having read almost every one of her ten books, but I was not a fan of this book Perhaps this time it s a case of It s me, not you I don t enjoy stories about CULTS, or GRIFTERS, so, this book probably did not stand a chance with me If you enjoy these subjects, it just may work for you, as other reviewers have given this 5 stars, and I can admit the ending was CLEVER and SURPRISING Unfortunately though, I just didn t enjoy getting there, as I didn t connect with our protagonist, or care about the outcome at all.NOW AVAILABLE Glad we read it together DeAnn, but wish it had been as fabulous as The Good Liar was Thank you to NetGalley, Lake Union Publishing, and the talented Catherine McKenzie for the digital ARC, I received in exchange for a candid review Hot Diggity Dang Catherine McKenzie sure caught me with this twisty good exciting original thrill of a read You Can t Catch me explores an exciting game of revenge here after Jessica is a victim of identity theft Twelve years ago, Jessica was a victim of a cult, and now she meets a woman in a bar with the same name as hers, and the game begins She is no ones victim now, and she is out for revenge My attention was caught right from the start with this cunning well paced read, and every chan Hot Diggity Dang Catherine McKenzie sure caught me with this twisty good exciting original thrill of a read You Can t Catch me explores an exciting game of revenge here after Jessica is a victim of identity theft Twelve years ago, Jessica was a victim of a cult, and now she meets a woman in a bar with the same name as hers, and the game begins She is no ones victim now, and she is out for revenge My attention was caught right from the start with this cunning well paced read, and every chance I had, I was flipping those pages After a major turning point in the story, I did start to get worried with the direction it went I wasn t sure if I wanted to gasp or roll my eyes, and I decided to go with it I felt like I was in some capable hands here, and that became clear to me when I hit that first twist that left me gasping in surprise Lately, it seems as if stories have been all about the characters for me, well Catherine McKenzie switched it up for me, and it was all about the plot and those brilliantly layered twists and turns You Can t Catch Me is one of the best games of deception, revenge and cat and mouse game with some of the best twists I have read in awhile Ok, I do have to admit maybe a little tiny bit on the far fetch side at times if you don t find weaving that into your story as entertaining It worked for me Catherine McKenzie is joined us in The Behind the Pages for a spoiler free Q A You can find the thread here Would you Like to Play a Game Sitting at an airport bar, Jessica Williams is planning to get out of dodge When she meets a lady with the same name and birthday as her s she thinks it a bizarre coincidence A week later when Jessica One discovers that all of her bank accounts have been cleared out she knows exactly who to blame Silly Jessica for trusting her new friend so easily War Games this is not, albeit, Jessica One, might disagree Good thing Jessica learned a thing or two after h Would you Like to Play a Game Sitting at an airport bar, Jessica Williams is planning to get out of dodge When she meets a lady with the same name and birthday as her s she thinks it a bizarre coincidence A week later when Jessica One discovers that all of her bank accounts have been cleared out she knows exactly who to blame Silly Jessica for trusting her new friend so easily War Games this is not, albeit, Jessica One, might disagree Good thing Jessica learned a thing or two after having escaped a cult as a child It s called Survival of the Fittest and a Whole Lotta Revenge.Crazy, Captivating and Wholly Entertaining, You Can t Catch Me by Catherine McKenzie kept me swiping the pages of my kindle as fast as humanly possible to get to the wildly wicked end Another buddy read with Kaceey, on which we somewhat disagreed Thanks to NetGalley, Lake Union Publishing and Catherine McKenzie for the arc.Published on Goodreads on 6.16.20 First and foremost, a large thank you to NetGalley, Catherine McKenzie, and Lake Union Publishing for providing me with a copy of this publication, which allows me to provide you with an unbiased review.When it comes to books with twists aplenty and well developed characters, readers need not look further than Catherine McKenzie and her latest novel Well paced and full of aha moments, McKenzie shows why she is one of the great authors of her genre After being outed at work and having her nam First and foremost, a large thank you to NetGalley, Catherine McKenzie, and Lake Union Publishing for providing me with a copy of this publication, which allows me to provide you with an unbiased review.When it comes to books with twists aplenty and well developed characters, readers need not look further than Catherine McKenzie and her latest novel Well paced and full of aha moments, McKenzie shows why she is one of the great authors of her genre After being outed at work and having her name splashed all across social media, Jessica Williams needs some time away While waiting in an airport bar, she comes across a woman around her age Funny enough, they share a name Two Jessica Williamses After a drink and some interesting conversation, our protagonist heads off onto her flight, distancing herself from the world and her online presence It s only when she lands back in the US that she discovers someone has drained her bank account On the hunt for who might have done this, bank officials are flummoxed, as it was Jessica Williams The security footage is grainy, but Jessica is sure she knows who did it Confiding in her closest friend, Jessica begins a search to see if others have been taken by this Jessica Williams The search takes her around the country, as she discovers others with her name and birthdate who have been scammed for much of their money Determined to drive this grifter out of hiding, Jessica and her gang of others aptly given numbers to differentiate them set traps, only to be told in sly text messages that they will never catch her As Jessica interspersed her battle with living in and bring extricated from a cult, the story takes many directions for a woman who had no identity and will not surrender the loose self she has discovered over the past 12 years Grit and determination drive this woman, no matter where things take her A wonderful story that leaves the reader panting from this hectic journey Recommended to those who love a good thriller to pass the time, as well as the reader familiar with Catherine McKenzie and her work.I am happy when I see a new book by Catherine McKenzie, as I can always be assured of a wonderful story She is able to capture all the essentials in a thriller and still leave the reader gasping aloud with some of the plot twists she introduces Jessica Williams the original and protagonist is a wonderful character onto whom the reader can latch themselves throughout Willing to share a lot of her experiences in the cult, as well as a determination to keep hold of her identity, she finds herself in many interesting situations, always eager to push forward and get some answers This might be part of her journalism background, but it also gives the reader the needed momentum to push through this book With an underlying romantic interest in her life, Jessica battles to define herself while also not letting this guy slip through her fingers, all a part of the larger storyline Other characters help push the story along, not the least of which the other Jessica Williamses, all of whom bring their own qualities to the narrative McKenzie makes sure to differentiate them from one another, but connects these women with the needed aspects to keep the story flowing The story itself was well written and developed throughout, keeping the reader on the edge of their seats as they see where the twists occur and how they will help strengthen to overall narrative McKenzie is creative in her plots and ideas, utilising this to keep the reader wondering With two strong narratives cult and present interwoven, the reader is always trying to determine what is to come, as well as how Jessica Williams came into herself All culminating in a twist that ties it together A wonderful book and I am eager to see what else is to come.Kudos, Madam McKenzie, for another winner I hope others see the strengths that I do and latch themselves onto this book in short order.Love hate the review An ever growing collection of others appears at Book for All Seasons, a different sort of Book Challenge Let me tell you, Jessica s story is one nightmares are made of She manages to escape a cult over a decade prior, and she finally starts feeling comfortable in society when she meets a woman in an airport who has the same name and birth date An odd coincidence, right The following week, Jessica s back account is empty, and her identity has been stolen Jessica is on the hunt for this woman and finds other victims Gathering together, they plan to catch the fraud.I thought this was a captivating Let me tell you, Jessica s story is one nightmares are made of She manages to escape a cult over a decade prior, and she finally starts feeling comfortable in society when she meets a woman in an airport who has the same name and birth date An odd coincidence, right The following week, Jessica s back account is empty, and her identity has been stolen Jessica is on the hunt for this woman and finds other victims Gathering together, they plan to catch the fraud.I thought this was a captivating story I enjoyed the cult aspects and the way that Jessica took charge of her life and her future The pacing is quick, and overall, I thought You Can t Catch Me was an exciting escape I received a gifted copy All opinions are my own.Many of my reviews can also be found on my blog www.jennifertarheelreader.com and instagram www.instagram.com tarheelreader One of the things I really like about Catherine McKenzie s novels is that each one is unique In this one, Jessica has escaped a cult and tried to put her life back together again, earning a college degree in journalism She writes about the cult, but parts are plagiarized When she gets caught, she gets fired, but not before receiving a big payoff thanks to the carefully documented sexual harassment she faced by one of her colleagues However, when she meets another Jessica Williams with the sa One of the things I really like about Catherine McKenzie s novels is that each one is unique In this one, Jessica has escaped a cult and tried to put her life back together again, earning a college degree in journalism She writes about the cult, but parts are plagiarized When she gets caught, she gets fired, but not before receiving a big payoff thanks to the carefully documented sexual harassment she faced by one of her colleagues However, when she meets another Jessica Williams with the same birthday as hers in an airport, she befriends this woman and they exchange contact information by touching phones together this is beyond my understanding of how to use cell phones in what is obviously some magical newfangled technology Jessica Two as the first Jessica comes to think of her, steals all of her money because Two was able to get Jessica One s banking information off her phone The police can t help at all because the money was transferred to offshore accounts they can t follow.So the first Jessica begins a crusade to track down Jessica Two and all of her money, a journey with a lot of twists and turns.Some things felt like they happened too fast and needed to be fleshed outIt s a very quick read for that same reason Thanks for NetGalley for the opportunity to read this book, which RELEASES JUNE 9, 2020 by Lake Union Publishing This is the tenth novel of Catherine McKenzie and this is my third waltz with her books I enjoyed Good Liar but I ll never tell is a 3 solid starred Switzerland read with unlikable characters and of course Fractured is at my long time TBR list I wish I have 72 hours a day to trim that monster, it getsterrifying at each day and I m feeding it withbook lists This book gave me complex feelings The idea of putting grifter identity theft and cult into same equation was a little This is the tenth novel of Catherine McKenzie and this is my third waltz with her books I enjoyed Good Liar but I ll never tell is a 3 solid starred Switzerland read with unlikable characters and of course Fractured is at my long time TBR list I wish I have 72 hours a day to trim that monster, it getsterrifying at each day and I m feeding it withbook lists This book gave me complex feelings The idea of putting grifter identity theft and cult into same equation was a little compelling start with lots of coincidental, circumstantial events follow each other but at the end the author achieved an amazing job by filling all the plot holes and giving us a logical explanation and satisfying conclusion even she breaks our hearts Her brilliant writing technique, twisty, riveting, breath taking, action packed story telling hooked me from the beginning and of course I loved Jessica Williams so much She is flawed, she was rookie, she was traumatized by her past experiences in the cult and her devoted impossible love story with Liam who was her savior father brother mentor and long time crush was emotionally gripping At some parts the book s genre turns into romantic suspense at the chapters about their blooming chemistry I truly wished they could have their HEA For better understanding the story line and the coincidental events that I mentioned at the last paragraph, let me talkabout Jessica s story After being sagged from her reporting job, crucified at the social media, Jessica thinks she deserves to her Puerto Vallarta holiday, turning off her phone, getting away from threatening messages and clearing her head But as she waits for her flight, she decides to spend her time at the airport bar and a woman with exactly same name and birthday with her sit next to hear They play 20 questions of Jessica Williams to knoweach other, drinking and having quality time till they separate their ways to get on their planes And of course Jessica s our heroine so let s call her Jessica number 1 so coincidental meeting with her name and birth twin ends with being drifted She was fast enough to empty her accounts and transfer the money to the offshore, untraceable accounts of hers When she goes to the police, she finds out they cannot help her so she calls her partner in crime and long time crush Liam who is ex police officer now private investigator, saved her from cult hell 12 years ago She is so adamant to find Jessica and make her pay back the damage she d created but she also suspects she is not the only one fishtailed by her cunning skills She starts her search through the social media and finds new victims like her She decides to meet them to form a let s kick this con bitch s ass club But Jessica has no idea what kind of trouble she gets herself into because the grifter she fights against is not only a thief, she can bedangerous and unpredictable criminal mind than she can ever imagine This is fast pacing, exciting, thrilling ride I was expecting some kind of different revenge story and I still have second thoughts mixing grifting story with cult elements may be not the right combination but the conclusion is relieving and satisfying So I m rounding up 3.5 stars to 4 I enjoyed this bookthan her previous work because of likable character and her sarcastic, enjoyable, connectable inner thoughts Readers YOU CAN T CATCH ME will be my 10th novel in 10 years, which is so crazy to think about I need to put that aside Anywho I m so excited for you to meet Jessica Williams, and Jessica Williams, and Jessica, you guessed it, Williams That s right, there s a lot of Jessicas in this book Several years ago, a friend of mine kept getting stopped at the border She has a common name, and there was an APB out for someone with a similar name and the same birthday Over time, we realized that Readers YOU CAN T CATCH ME will be my 10th novel in 10 years, which is so crazy to think about I need to put that aside Anywho I m so excited for you to meet Jessica Williams, and Jessica Williams, and Jessica, you guessed it, Williams That s right, there s a lot of Jessicas in this book Several years ago, a friend of mine kept getting stopped at the border She has a common name, and there was an APB out for someone with a similar name and the same birthday Over time, we realized that they were looking for a man, but it got me thinking if you did have the same name and birthday as someone, wouldn t it be the perfect way to steal all their money I m sure that s what you were thinking too So that was the genesis of YOU CAN T CATCH ME a book about a woman who meets another woman with the same name and has all her money stolen It was an amazing challenge to write this book and I hope you enjoy it Coming June 9, 2020 When The Game Is Deception, Nothing Is As It Seems In This Novel Of Cunning Psychological Suspense By The Charts Bestselling Author Of I Ll Never Tell Do You Want To Play A Game Twelve Years Ago Jessica Williams Escaped A Cult Thanks To The Private Detective Who Rescued Her, She Reintegrated Into Society, Endured An Uncomfortable Notoriety, And Tried To Put It All Behind Her Then, At An Airport Bar, Jessica Meets A Woman With An Identical Name And Birth Date It Appears To Be Just An Odd Coincidence Until A Week Later, When Jessica Finds Her Bank Account Drained And Her Personal Information StolenFollowing A Trail Of The Grifter S Victims, Each With The Same Name, Jessica Gathers Players One By One For Her Own Game According To Her Plan, They Ll Set A Trap And Wait For The Impostor To Strike Again But Plans Can Go Awry, And Trust Can Fray, And As Jessica Tries To Escape The Shadows Of Her Childhood, The Risks Are Greater Than She Imagined Now, Confronting The Casualties Of Her Past, Jessica Can T Help But Wonder Who Will Pay The Price