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[Ebook] ↠ Playing Nice Author J.P. Delaney – Addwebsites.info What If You Found Out That Your Family Isn T Yours At All How Far Would You Go To Protect Them A Gripping New Psychological Thriller From The Bestselling Author Of The Girl Before Pete Riley Answers The Door One Morning And Lets In A Parent S Worst Nightmare On His Doorstep Is Miles Lambert, A Stranger Who Breaks The Devastating News That Pete S Son, Theo, Isn T Actually His Son He Is The Lamberts , Switched At Birth By An Understaffed Hospital While Their Real Son Was Sent Home With Miles And His Wife, Lucy For Pete, His Partner Maddie, And The Little Boy They Ve Been Raising For The Past Two Years, Life Will Never Be The Same AgainThe Two Families, Reeling From The Shock, Take Comfort In Shared Good Intentions, Eagerly Entwining Their Very Different Lives In The Hope Of Becoming One Unconventional Modern Family But A Plan To Sue The Hospital Triggers An Official Investigation That Unearths Some Disturbing Questions About The Night Their Children Were Switched How Much Can They Trust The Other Parents Or Even Each Other What Secrets Are Hidden Behind The Lamberts Glossy Front Door Stretched To The Breaking Point, Pete And Maddie Discover They Will Each Stop At Nothing To Keep Their Family SafeThey Are Done Playing Nice

10 thoughts on “Playing Nice

  1. Dita Dita says:

    I never intended to read this entire book yesterday but once I started I could not walk away from it.Imagine someone showing up on your doorstep one day and explaining that your child, the toddler you love and cherish, isn t your biological childthat a mistake had been made at the hospital during a chaotic and traumatic delivery Being a mother both biologically and through adoption, I found this book riveting, thoughtful, and terrifying The questions regarding nat

  2. Maureen Maureen says:

    A mother s love for her child is like nothing else in the world It knows no law, no pity It dares all things and crushes down remorselessly all that stands in its path The Last Seance from The Hound of Death and Other Stories, also Double Sin and Other Stories Agatha Christie, The Hound of Death Pete and Maggie Riley have a 2 year old son Theo, they re having a few problems right now with his behaviour, he s very naughty at home, and doesn t want to play nice with the ot

  3. Nilufer Ozmekik Nilufer Ozmekik says:

    Can you imagine during your mid day somebody knocking on your door and when you answer it, you see a man standing in front of you looks like older version of your son There are three options for you to express your feelings 1 Slamming the door shut at the man s face and form a plan to kill your spouse for her infidelity you may also hire a contract killer if you have great connections at the dark web Don t you dare to ask me how I can know 2 Slamming the door shut at the man s

  4. Bridgett Bridgett says:

    Hello, friends Meet my first 5 star stunner of 2020 I ve had a few 4.5 star reads which I ve rounded up, but Playing Nice has become the understated hit of my reading season thus far I confess, after The Perfect Wife, a story of which I was NOT a fan, I honestly didn t have high hopes going in However, since I really enjoyed The Girl Before, I was absolutely willing to give J.P Delaney another shot I m so glad I did This book is everything I never knew I wanted Swapped baby stories ar

  5. Dorie - Cats&Books :) Dorie - Cats&Books :) says:

    Playing nice is not something Miles Lambert has ever even tried to be good at Mid way through the book we will find out just how manipulating and forceful he can be.Pete and Maggie have been raising a son, Theo, for two years, loving him, teaching him to learn and to play nice with his friends Theo is a great little boy, energetic and intelligent but has been having trouble at nursery school with sharing and learning how to play with others He was very premature and so there was a long peri

  6. Jayme Jayme says:

    If I were Forrest Gump, or perhaps his mother, I would say, J P Delaney books are like a box of chocolates, you never know what you re gonna get Nothing formulaic, about this author s work The first was suspense, the second read like a screenplay, the third had a sci fi feel, and now comes Playing Nice one that will feel like a family drama for the MAJORITY of the book but, don t worrynot everything is what it seems IT WAS JUST AN ORDINARY DAY Until it wasn t.A knock on the door chan If I were Forr

  7. JanB JanB says:

    Most of us would do anything for our family, especially our children But imagine finding out your 2 year old isn t your biological child That during an emergency in the NICU there was a mix up at birth This is the dilemma facing Maddie and Pete In the beginning, everyone is playing nice as they attempt to work out an amicable arrangement Both sets of parents appear to want what s best for the children It s difficult to say much without giving away key plot points, but as you would expect, Most of us would

  8. Paromjit Paromjit says:

    JP Delaney s latest offering is a tense and riveting blend of family drama and psychological thriller that explores the emotionally charged feelings and complexities of the dilemma faced by parents in London, making the shocking discovery that their two year old toddler son is not their child, he was mixed up with their actual biological baby at the neonatal intensive care unit at the hospital Stay at home dad, journalist Pete Riley and his long term partner working in advertising, Maddie, are JP Delaney s lates

  9. marilyn marilyn says:

    Wow, what a horrible thing to happen to a family, to two families Two years after Maggie and Pete have the agonizing time of their son Theo being born months early, and all the heartbreak that goes with such a tiny premature baby, a man enters their life and tells them that Theo is his son, that their babies were accidentally switched not long after they were born and sent to the ICU for babies Miles and Lucy, who have baby David, have had him DNA tested so they are positive he is not their so Wow, what a horrible thin

  10. Ceecee Ceecee says:

    For Pete Riley, freelance journalist and stay at home dad and partner Maddie who works in advertising, it s just an ordinary day getting their boisterous son two year old Theo ready to go to nursery Theo has difficulty playing nice if he s doesn t get what he wants Then their world is turned upside down, so much so it s like they ve fallen into some alternate universe following something as everyday as a knock at their door Standing there is smugly arrogant, wealthy Miles Lambert who claims For Pete Riley, freelance journalis

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