Darling Rose Gold

By Stephanie Wrobel

5 out of 5 stars

I have been in a reading slump lately. I should be diving into all the books I have but maybe it is the times we are in, I don’t know. I do know that I picked up this book and finished it in two days. Fantastic!

I think we are all pretty aware of the case of Gypsy,  whose mother made her sick for most of her life until she turned the tides. This story is along those lines. Rose Gold’s mother Patty is in prison for poisoning Rose and keeping her ill for all of her young life. When she is paroled from prison, Rose Gold brings her back home to live with her and her baby boy but things are not what they seem. They are DEFINITELY not what they seem. You want twists and turns? You got them. You want a deep look into the minds of people that really are not okay? You got it. You want to feel so totally satisfied at the end of the book and maybe a little dirty? You got it.

I cannot recommend this one enough. I really look forward to whatever this wonderful author writes next.

2 thoughts on “Darling Rose Gold

  1. I’ve got an unhealthy obsession with crazy people and stranger-than-fiction news stories, and I’ve been curious about this case for a while and want the watch ‘The Act.’ I heard the author took the bizarre true story for inspiration but she did something really different with it. I can’t want to read this one; I’m so glad you liked it! 🙂

    • Mary Ward says:

      I am fascinated by them also. I haven’t watched The Act yet but I will put it on my Hulu quarantine list.I think you will really enjoy this book.

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