Darling Rose Gold
Suffering from Munchausen syndrome by proxy, Patty Watts abused her daughter, Rose Gold, and deceived the community. Now, after serving five years in prison, Patty has been released and is determined to show everyone, especially Rose Gold (who seems to have forgiven her mother), that she has changed and no longer poses a threat. As the chapters alternate between mother and daughter, we learn about Patty’s childhood as well as what happened to Rose Gold in the five years her mother was locked up.
Do not let the beautiful cover of this book fool you – Darling Rose Gold is a psychological suspense novel where people and things are not always what they seem. While readers familiar with the case of Gypsy Rose Blanchard will recognize several similarities, Darling Rose Gold is ultimately a story about revenge and retribution. The reader will surely enjoy the cat-and-mouse game between Rose Gold and Patty as they try to figure out who has the upper hand. Written by first-time author Stephanie Wrobel, this is an enjoyable binge read that will have the reader continually questioning the motives of both mother and daughter as each tries to regain control over their lives.
|Page Count||320 pages|
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