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Audiobook Review: The House Guest by Hank Phillippi Ryan

Alyssa Macallan is in the throes of a messy divorce from her wealthy and powerful husband, Bill Macallan. Scrutinized at every turn by the couple’s former friends, she believes her ex will stop at nothing to ruin her. In short, she has hardly a penny to her name and no shoulder to cry on as the picture-perfect life she once knew shatters into pieces. Luckily for her, she meets Bree Lorrance, a contemporary in dire straits, running from a dangerous man who is determined to hunt her down. The two become fast friends, and Alyssa takes a leap of faith and offers the stranger a temporary respite in her guest house. When the F.B.I. comes knocking on Alyssa’s door, the stakes become higher, causing her to turn to the only person willing to help—Bree. Two minds are better than one, especially those belonging to a couple of strong women dead set on outsmarting their adversaries no matter the cost.

The House Guest is a cat-and-mouse thriller with twists and turns in every chapter. Stephanie Willing delivers a praiseworthy performance as the narrator, absorbing the listener into the high-stakes drama with every shocking turn of events. A twisted tale of love and revenge, The House Guest is a compulsive and binge-worthy audiobook with the perfect combination of suspense and betrayal, leaving the reader guessing until the very last page.

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