Hidden - Catherine McKenzie Thanks to Netgalley and New Harvest for the advanced copy.

When Jeff Manning is killed in a freak accident on his way home from work, not only does his wife (Claire) and son feel the impact, but there is another woman who feels the loss as well. Tish, a co-worker of Jeff's, who he has formed a bond with that exceeds the relationship limits of most co-workers, is trying to cope with his death in her own way.

This story is told from three points-of-view: Jeff, Claire, and Tish. This allowed me to sneak inside their minds and get every perspective of the lives that were affected.

I was immediately sucked into this book. I found that the characters were incredibly realistic and I connected with each and every one of them. This connection even haunted me long after I had finished the book.

I would definitely recommend this book as it is an easy read and I finished it in the total of one day. In the end it will leave you questioning the importance of people in your life and how your death would affect those close to you. I know that sounds a bit morbid, but I assure you that it isn't a heavy book, but rather one that leaves you pondering your life in a very positive way. At least that's how "Hidden" affected me.