The Widow’s Cabin by L.G. Davis [REVIEW]


He wanted to die. He needed her help.

One year ago, Meghan Wilton’s husband begged her to help him die. Two months after asking her to do the unthinkable, he was dead.

Now Meghan is on the run with her five-year-old son. 

Her new name is Zoe Roberts, and her hiding place is a cabin in the woods of Willow Creek, Tennessee. 

Zoe has more than the law to fear.

Someone else wants her found, someone with the money and power to destroy her because she’s a threat to his own freedom.

The only way she can protect herself and her son is by uncovering dark and disturbing secrets that will leave her scarred forever…or get her killed.

To save herself, she must return to the night her husband died. 

Is she brave enough to relive the worst day of her life?

This psychological thriller has twists that will keep you turning the pages.


I enjoy a good phycological thriller and this one did not disappoint. Another positive note is that there are no racy sex scenes or instances of foul language.

If you are a mom who would do anything to protect your child, this book is for you.

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