It's One of Us by J.T. Ellison

The happiest of pub days to J.T. Ellison on her newest thriller, It’s One of Us. I am a huge fan of J.T. Ellison’s work. She writes stories that you won’t want to put down. When her publisher offered this book for tour, I didn’t hesitate because I knew I would love the book. I was not wrong.

About the Book:

Everybody lies. Even the ones you think you know best of all . . .

Olivia Bender designs exquisite home interiors that satisfy the most demanding clients. But her own deepest desire can’t be fulfilled by marble counters or the perfect rug. She desperately wants to be a mother. Fertility treatments and IVF keep failing. And just when she feels she’s at her lowest point, the police deliver shocking news to Olivia and her husband, Park.

DNA results show that the prime suspect in a murder investigation is Park’s son. Olivia is relieved, knowing this is a mistake. Despite their desire, the Benders don’t have any children. Then comes the confession. Many years ago, Park donated sperm to a clinic. He has no idea how many times it was sold—or how many children he has sired.

As the murder investigation goes deeper, more terrible truths come to light. With every revelation, Olivia must face the unthinkable. The man she married has fathered a killer. But can she hold that against him when she keeps such dark secrets of her own?

This twisting, emotionally layered thriller explores the lies we tell to keep a marriage together--or break each other apart . . .



Olivia and her husband Park, have struggled with infertility. When the police show up at their house one day with the news that Park’s son is a suspect in a murder, they are both shocked. Secrets are to be uncovered and no one will be the same.

The story is told from multiple POV with the perspectives from The Wife, The Husband for example. It adds something to the story because it not only gives you and idea of their place but also mystery about some characters. I enjoyed the many stories woven into the book. It also has a very real element to it that makes you think what you would do if you were in a similar position. A great read!


About the Author:

J.T. Ellison is the NYT and USA Today bestselling author of more than 20 novels, and the EMMY-award winning co-host of A WORD ON WORDS, Nashville's premier literary show. With millions of books in print, her work has won critical acclaim, prestigious awards, and has been published in 26 countries. Ellison lives in Nashville with her husband and twin kittens.

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