The Personal Assistant
by Kimberly Belle
PBR Review: (by- Linda )

The Personal Assistant by Kimberly Belle This story hits all the right notes for a good psychological thriller. It is totally relevant to our social media-obsessed world. There is also plenty of suspense, and the author knows how to build tension and plot a good twist.

As a successful influencer, Alex shares real-life moments with her followers. And all is well - until it isn't. Things go downhill for her fast when an insensitive and controversial post, one she does not remember posting, goes viral.

This plot is very believable. I could easily see how it becomes near impossible to separate work from family and personal life, especially when the task becomes too big to handle alone. Alex has twin daughters that are less than thrilled about being a part of her social media. But, because she is so visible, her work also impacts her's husband job, especially when things blow up.

The Personal Assistant is original, twisty, and shows a realistic version of the dark side of social media and human nature.


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