Creepy!!!! Alice and Leo move into a home in The Circle. The 12 houses are arranged in a circle around a park square. When Alice decides to host a cocktail party to meet the neighbors, Leo isn\'t happy. A man comes to the door, which Alice assumes is Tim. However, when she meets Tim a few days later, she realizes the man wasn\'t her neighbor. The mystery man comes back, and he introduces himself as Tom, a private investigator, who is investigating the death of Nina, the therapist who lived in the house before Leo and Alice.\r\nAlice becomes interested in Nina\'s death, and starts to investigate, and relies on Tom to help her find clues to the mystery. She uncovers various clues, and starts to doubt everyone, including Leo. She puts herself in danger as she investigates.\r\nThere are times in this novel where I didn\'t want to sleep - because of the creepy things that were happening. I thought I knew the answer to what led to Nina\'s death - but not all the details. I enjoyed this.
This book is full of twists and turns…a very unexpected ending.
Thomas Judd and Olivia Dowd did a great job with the narration.
Love all BA Paris books! Just the right amount of creepy!
The Therapist by B.A. Paris audiobook was an interesting novel. It starts when Alice and Leo decide to buy a home and live together, they move to a gated community called The Circle. Not long afterwards, Alice learns that the previous tenant, Nina, was supposedly murdered by her husband. Alice wants to move out right away and is unable to sleep in the bedroom any longer. Before she goes, Alice tries to get to know the neighbors and more about Nina, who she has a strong draw to, after loosing her sister of the same name. Not all is as it seems though. A mysterious stranger arrives at her door during a get to know you party, her neighbors seem to all have secrets and Leo, seems to have a few of his own. As secrets are uncovered, Alice tries to figure out what really is going on. The story itself was interesting but some of the characters lacked depth which would have made the novel better.