Truly Unfortunate ( Welcome to Knollville Book 1) by C. A. King. This was such a good book. Its not my normal genre but I really enjoyed it. Truly is a damaged young lady who can’t remember her past since the age of 9. Her childhood was very traumatizing and sad. Her mom didn’t love her and she never had a real father so she was pretty much on her own. As an adult life was just as hard, working 3 jobs to try to make rent and also paying for therapy. Jeff has always wanted to be a detective. He was saddened by a classmates death at the age of 9 so he vowed he would do what he could to help others. When Truly and Jeff’s worlds collide thru a series of unfortunate accidents the fact that they share a lot more in common will emerge. This is a super fast read and leaves you with great questions. Can’t wait to read more in this series.
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