Always Watching

Always Watching - Chevy Stevens Always Watching was a pretty intriguing book. I did think it was a little long, but overall I enjoyed it. I liked Nadine's character. She isn't perfect and has seen her share of heartache. She is a widow and her daughter is an addict who lives on the streets. But she is a good psychiatrist. When she gets a new patient who tried to commit suicide, she realizes that the woman was a part of a cult that seems familiar to Nadine.

Through flashbacks, we learn about Nadine's time living on a commune with her mother and brother. I thought those parts were creepy and disturbing. As Nadine begins to remember parts of that time that she blocked out, things get more and more disturbing. There were a few twists that I liked and didn't figure out. I also liked the ending. The only part that I thought could have been left out was the whole romance with Paul. It was kind of anti-climactic. This is the first book by this author that I have read and I'm intrigued enough to go back and read more of her earlier books.