[Ebook] Playing Nice By J.P. Delaney – Fastfood-solutions-provider.info

Playing Nice A Gripping New Psychological Thriller From The Bestselling Author Of The Girl BeforeHow Far Would You Go To Protect Your Family Pete Riley Answers The Door One Morning And Lets In A Parent S Worst Nightmare On His Doorstep Is Miles Lambert, A Stranger Who Breaks The Devastating News That Pete S Son, Theo, Isn T Actually His Son He Is The Lamberts , Switched At Birth By An Understaffed Hospital, While Their Real Son Was Sent Home With Miles And His Wife Lucy For Pete, His Partner Maddie, And The Little Boy They Ve Been Raising For The Past Two Years, Life Will Never Be The Same AgainThe Two Families, Reeling From The Shock, Take Comfort In Shared Good Intentions, Eagerly Entwining Their Very Different Lives In The Hope Of Becoming One Unconventional Modern Family But A Plan To Sue The Hospital Triggers An Official Investigation That Unearths Some Disturbing Questions About The Night Their Children Were Switched How Much Can They Trust The Other Parents Or Even Each Other What Secrets Are Hidden Behind The Lamberts Glossy Front Door Stretched To The Breaking Point, Pete And Maddie Discover They Will Each Stop At Nothing To Keep Their Family SafeThey Are Done Playing Nice


About the Author: J.P. Delaney

J P Delaney is the pseudonym of a writer who has previously published best selling fiction under another name.



10 thoughts on “Playing Nice

  1. says:

    I never intended to read this entire book yesterday but once I started I could not walk away from it.Imagine someone showing up on your doorstep one day and explaining that the child you and your wife had two years a


  2. says:

    I couldn t put this down From the first page I was immediately enthralled and needed to know what happened next This was so fast paced and the situation was so unique This is one of the most unique thrillers I ve ever read


  3. says:

    Hello, friends Meet my first 5 star stunner of 2020 I ve had a few 4.5 star reads which I ve rounded up, but Playing Nice has become the understated hit of my reading season thus far I confess, after The Perfect Wife, a story of which


  4. says:

    J.P.Delaney and I didn t always get along, in fact his first few books I found to be about as mediocre as popular thrillers get and then he went and wrote The Perfect Wife, which was freaking excellent, almost as if written by another person a


  5. says:

    Y all Hang on, I m gonna say that again but louder.Y ALL I just finished an ARC of J.P DELANEY s PLAYING NICE I needNo, I demand that y all stop reading this review and take your happy little fingers over to the retail website of your choice and PRE OR


  6. says:

    Pete and Maddie had a difficult birth Their son, Theo, was born prematurely, and they didn t know if he would have any brain damaged later on in life Lucky for them, he turned out fine One unfortunate day, Miles and Lucy Lambert showed up at Pete s house announ


  7. says:

    Confession time I read 99% of my ARC DRCs in order by publication date All my March reviews are complete and April s will be done before April Fools Day So why only 99% Because of books like Playing Nice by J P Delaney I first discovered this author when I read and love


  8. says:

    I admit it I love discovering a new novel by J P Delaney, who is one of my new favorite writers Playing Nice is a study in psychological abuse It begins when Pete Riley discovers a stranger named Miles Lambert at his front door Miles promptly informs Pete that their baby boys, w


  9. says:

    Thanks to Netgalley and Random House for providing this ARC in exchange for an honest review Pete and Maddie have their world turned upside down when a stranger, Miles, knocks on their door with DNA proof that the 2 year old boy they have raised from from birth is actually the biological


  10. says:

    4.5Playing NiceJ.P DelaneyPublication date 7 28 20This book is a parents worst nightmare Imagine a stranger knocking on your day with information that will change your life from this point on Switched at birth how could this happen in this day in age The families decided to get to know one anothe


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