That Night by Chevy Stevens
(St. Martin’s Press, 2014, 384 pages)
“As a teenager, Toni Murphy had a life full of typical adolescent complications: a boyfriend she adored, a younger sister she couldn’t relate to, a strained relationship with her parents, and classmates who seemed hell-bent on making her life miserable. Things weren’t easy, but Toni could never have predicted how horrific they would become until her younger sister was brutally murdered one summer night. Toni and her boyfriend, Ryan, were convicted of the murder and sent to prison. Now thirty-four, Toni, is out on parole and back in her hometown, struggling to adjust to a new life on the outside. Before Toni can truly move on, she must risk everything to find out what really happened that night.”
I don’t think I would recommend this book, while the writing is decent and I really liked the other book I read by her (Still Missing) the story fell a little short of the mark. I also did not like the narrator for this audiobook so that might have had an effect as well, it contributed to my annoyance with the main character Toni. The ending was a pretty big let down as well.