Make Me Disappear

By: Jessica Payne

Noelle, a nurse at a hospital, fell for an anesthesiologist, Dr. Daniel Ashcroft. In the beginning, things were great. But slowly things changed – Daniel was constantly keeping tabs on Noelle, and even put cameras in her apartment. Daniel had only had two pervious girlfriends, one of whom disappeared. Noelle realizes that she needs to get away from Daniel, and the only way to do that is to fake her own kidnapping. But something goes wrong and now Noelle’s life is in danger.

This book came highly recommended to me. It is an interesting concept – faking your own kidnapping. I really liked that plot line in the book. However, when things start to go wrong for Noelle, Noelle starts to wonder who made that happen. To me, it was obvious the whole time. Now, I read a lot of thrillers, but there’s so many of them that I am not able to figure out. This is not one of those. I was able to figure it out really early on, so that kind of ruined it for me. It took away shock value of any twists. There was also a major plot hole when it came to Daniel’s Porsche that absolutely drove me crazy, even though it was very small. It is a fast read, which is nice. However, I didn’t like any of the characters. For me, this wasn’t very twisty, though there was one twist I didn’t see coming, and it wasn’t gripping.

For those that can’t figure this book out, they will really enjoy it. You can pick up your copy of the book here.