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[Ebook] ↠ The Woman in Our House Author Andrew Hart –

The Woman in Our House What Happens When You Open Your Home To The Perfect Stranger Anna Klein Is Ready To Return To Work As A Literary Agent For The First Time Since Having Children She And Her Husband, Josh, Decide To Hire A Live In Nanny With Some Trepidation, But All Their Misgivings Disappear As Soon As They Meet Oaklynn Durst She Has Stellar References, A Calm Disposition, And A Natural Way With Children Not To Mention Their Kids Simply Adore Her.But Not Long After Oaklynn Arrives, The Children Start To Come Down With The Most Puzzling Illnesses And Inexplicable Injuries When The Maternal Oaklynn Is There To Comfort Everyone, Anna Can T Help Feeling A Little Eclipsed And Suspicious Her Husband And Friends Assure Her That Her Anxieties Are Getting The Best Of Her Oaklynn Is Perfect But Anna S Not So Sure As She Delves Into Oaklynn S Past, She Discovers Too Late That The Woman Who Has Been Living In Her House Is Not At All Who She Claims To Be But Oaklynn S Not The Only One Who Has Been Lying And When Everyone S Dark Secrets Are Forced Into The Light, The Consequences May Just Turn Deadly.

    10 thoughts on “[Ebook] ↠ The Woman in Our House Author Andrew Hart –

  1. says:

    2.5 rounded up to 3.0 Stars

    THE WOMAN IN OUR HOUSE was just ok.for me.

    I really liked the premise of the storyline.young well to do married couple with 3 1 2 and 9 month old hire live in nanny so mom can resume job as literary agent in home office.

    We all know going in the new nanny will probably have some personal...

  2. says:

    DNF 20% no rating and not included in 2019 reading challenge I m not caring for the vibe of this book at all and I have struggled to make it this far I peeked at some spoilers and I feel safe that I am making the right decision Moving on

  3. says:

    The Woman in Our House by Andrew Hart is yet another thriller that takes readers on a journey of what may happen if they invite a nanny who is a stranger into their home Now does one ever ask why do the rich or celebrities get away with hiring help but regular folks get the nannies from h ll Makes you wonder now that I mentioned it, doesn t it LOL Well Andrew Hart has come up with his own version that definitely kept me glued to the pages.Anna Klein begins to think it s about time for her to return to work even though her children are both still young In order for Anna and her husband to work though they will have to bring in some help in the form of a nanny Well after a friends recommendation Anna chooses Oaklynn Durst from a service in Utah Wouldn t you know everything is perfect for a while but then suspicious things begin to happen.Now, The Woman in Our House is mainly told from Anna s point of view however there are multiple others voices in the story too Through these the reader is given just enough to know things are definitely not right but it takes tons and tons of twists and turns along the way before getting to the final conclusion The thing that has me at 3 1 2 stars with this is while it was completely engaging the wrap up seemed to leave some holes along the way that didn t add up to me I questioned whether this one was a case of maybe one or two twists or red herrings too many while t...

  4. says:

    People don t hurt the things they love, Don t they she said Perhaps in your world In my world, love always comes with pain With hurt Much thanks to NetGalley and Lake Union Publishing for this complimentary copy This review is voluntary and opinions are fully my own Buy This Book Barnes Noble Series No Genre Mystery Thriller POV Multiple Third and First Person Cliffhanger No Content Warnings Racism Violence And many other things I will not say so I won t spoil the book Read if you re looking for a slow burn and domestic setting thriller.The Woman In Our House is my first read from author Andrew Hart It appears this is a pseudonym and he is also known as A J Hartley.This is a story of a mother, Anna, trying to get back into working as a literary agent, so she resulted to hiring a nanny for her two kids Though her husband, Josh, is reluctant at first, he agrees and they contacted an agency that sent them Oaklynn.From the title itself, it is obvious that there is something shady about Oaklynn The book does not actually wait to long to show readers that So, we are actually prepared for the darkness that follow Hell is empty and all the devils are here I found myself initially l...

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    Anna wants to go back to work but she needs to find a live in nanny first She hires Oaklynn as the new nanny, but will she regret her choice Anna did a lot of research on Oaklynn s background before hiring her Oaklynn is a Mormon from Utah who provided Anna with excellent references, but best of all, she gets on well with Anna s two daughters, Veronica and Grace Even her husband, Josh can t find fault with Oaklynn But then the girls start having unexplained illnesses and injuries.The story is told from multiple points of views The ...

  6. says:

    5The Woman in Our House by Andrew Hart is one of those books that feels like a bit of a slow burn but when you get to the end, BAM things get crazy This is my first time reading a book by Hart, but it will surely not be my last What it s about Anna Klein has taken some time off from her career as a literary agent while she s been raising her 2 girls Now she is ready to get back to work but she needs help in order to work at the house With some trepidation, Anna and her husband Josh decide to hire a live in nanny to help with the girls so Anna can work in her home office and not have to worry At first, when Oaklynn Durst arrives things are perfect She clearly loves the girls and is very helpful around the house, but after a while when strange things start happening to the girls illnesses accidents , Anna starts to wonder just how trustworthy Oaklynn actually is But while Oaklynn may have secrets, she isn t the only one As everyone s secrets are brought out into the open, the consequences are anything but what Anna could have expected The Woman in Our House felt like it was a quick book, but it still took me almost 6 hours to read it It is definitely a slow burn, and overall has very unlikable characters I cou...

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    Please note that I received this book via NetGalley This did not affect my rating or review.So initially I thought this was a pretty good book We follow Anna a young mother who is attempting to go back to work and is looking for a live in nanny and Oaklynn the nanny in question Then Hart decides to follow other POV s in this one Anna s husband Josh, a neighbor of the couple, a police officer, and a FBI agent Not all of the voices worked for this one It also didn t help that the book went from being an okay thriller to just throwing in another plot that didn t really work and then the ending which made everything just work out great while denouncing Nazis Yeah that happened I am still just baffled The Woman in Our House follows Anna Klien Anna has two children and realizes one day during an eclipse that she needs to go back to work She was initially happy about staying home, but is starting to realize she needs than to be home with her two daughters Anna s husband Josh agrees and they then start a search for a live in nanny After a suggestion that Anna hire from a nanny firm in Utah, Anna apparently picks an older woman named Oaklynn Hard pause right here Do people not interview potential...

  8. says:

    Unfortunately, there was nothing about this book that worked for me The characters were unlikable and in an attempt to separate from so many other domestic thrillers of late, it just went a preposterous route inst...

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    The Woman in Our House is a thriller about how the decision of hiring a complete stranger to live in your home and take care of your children could be a life changing decision that you may regret Anna Klein and her husband relocated to the South and moved into a beautiful home with their two children Veronica and Grace Anna is finally ready to get back to work as a literary agent and she and Josh decide to hire a live in nanny to take care of the children While they are nervous, Anna does a lot of research to find Oaklynn Durst, a Mormon from Utah with excellent references and soothing demeanor who is absolutely loved by children Veronica and Grace soon adore Oaklynn but Anna becomes concerned when both children have unexplainable illnesses and injuries While everyone, including Josh, is enthralled by Oaklynn, Anna is convinced that something suspicious is happening to her children and Oaklynn is somehow responsible Anna begins to do some digging into Oaklynn s past and soon discovers that she is not who she says she is However, Oaklynn is not the only who has been keeping secrets and those secrets may just cost someone their life.I felt that the book started out strong, especially with revealing a twist so early I liked the different perspectives that gave insight into the characters and their side of the story However, the story quickly got derai...

  10. says:

    A total eclipse of the heartHell is empty and all the devils are here The Woman in Our House is a very, very slow burning novelso slow, in fact, it took me quite a long time to become absorbed in the story.I d put it down, do some chores, pick it up again, read 10 pages, get a snack, pick it up and read a few you get the picture But holy cow, once this book got started, it didn t stop As a parent, it was utterly terrifying for me Who needs Jason or Freddythe thought of having a stranger in my home, intentionally harming my childrenit s my worst nightmare Told from multiple perspectives, but primarily those of Anna and Oaklynn, you learn very quickly in the book that Oaklynn is a fraud I promise I m not spoiling anything by sharing this, as it s very clearly spelled out in the first couple chapters of the novel You learn just as quickly that she s been hired by Anna as a live in nanny, while Anna attempts to get her career back on track Speaking of Anna, I can t ever remember relating to a character as much as I related to her thoughts on motherhood and the anxiety it creates, the loss of a career, religion, guilther thoughts on t...

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