Here To Stay



Here To StayGemma Robinson Comes Into Elliot S Life Like A Whirlwind, And They Marry And Settle Into His Home When She Asks Him If Her Parents Can Come To Stay For A Couple Of Weeks, He Is Keen To Oblige He Just Doesn T Quite Know What He S Signing Up ForThe Robinsons Arrive With Gemma S Sister, Chloe, A Mysterious Young Woman Who Refuses To Speak Or Leave Her Room Elliot Starts To Suspect That The Robinsons Are Hiding A Dark Secret And Then There Are The Scars On His Wife S Body That She Won T Talk AboutAs Elliot S In Laws Become Comfortable In His Home, Encroaching On All Aspects Of His Life, It Becomes Clear That They Have No Intention Of Moving Out To Protect Gemma, And Their Marriage, Elliot Delves Into The Robinsons Past But Is He Prepared For The Truth From The Two Million Copy Bestselling Author Comes A Tale About The Chilling Consequences Of Welcoming Strangers Into Your Home

Mark Edwards writes psychological thrillers in which scary things happen to ordinary people.He loves love hearing from readers and always responds Mark can be contacted in the following ways Email mark markedwardsauthor.comTwitter mredwardsFacebook www.facebook.com markedwardsbooksYou can download a free box set of Short Sharp Shockers by visiting www.markedwardsauthor.com freeMark has sold over 2 million books since his first solo novel, The Magpies, was published in 2013 Since then he has topped the bestseller lists several times His other novels are Because She Loves Me, Follow You Home, What You Wish For, The Devil s Work, The Lucky Ones, The Retreat and In Her Shadow He has also published A Murder of Magpies a short sequel to The Magpies and six books co authored with Louise Voss Mark lives in the West Midlands, England, with his wife, their three children, two cats and a golden retriever.

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  • Here To Stay
  • Mark Edwards
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  • 23 January 2018
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10 thoughts on “Here To Stay

  1. Meredith says:

    The In Laws From Hell Here to Stay is a psychological thriller about a newlywed couple whose marriage spirals into the depths of hell after their in laws move inElliot has led a conservative life He runs an educational non profit and spends his spare time restoring his beautiful Victorian house on Cuckoo Lane After a near death experience, he decides to embrace life and proposes to his girlfriend of 3 months, Gemma Shortly after they wed, Gemma s parents move in along with Gemma s young The In Laws From Hell Here to Stay is a psychological thriller about a newlywed couple whose marriage spirals into the depths of hell after their in laws move inElliot has led a conservative life He runs an educational non profit and spends his spare time restoring his beautiful Victorian house on Cuckoo Lane After a near death experience, he decides to embrace life and proposes to his girlfriend of 3 months, Gemma Shortly after they wed, Gemma s parents move in along with Gemma s younger sister, Chloe They are only supposed to stay a few weeks, but clearly, have no intention of ever leaving Eliot soon realizes Gemma and her family are not who they initially seem They are keeping dark and deadly secrets and will push Elliot to the brink, causing him to take extreme measures to solve his in law problem and save his marriage.This is a fun and fast paced thriller that takes the idea of crazy in laws to another level As always, Mark Edwards throws in some unexpected twists and turns Elliot s transformation was intriguing and the final sentence left me reeling

  2. Dita says:

    Well smack my arse and call me Charlie This book is amazing I listened to it on Audible this week and enjoyed every minute I read a lot of thrillers and I am so impressed when an author comes up with something original enough to wow me This was excellent

  3. Michelle says:

    Elliott is a 38 year old scientist that lives a regimented life with Charlie his cat One day, during a public viewing of his garden, he meets the lovely Gemma and they seem to hit off Within two months they are married and she is living in his very well to do home Not long after it seems her parents and younger sister are relocating from France and are coming to stay for just a few days until they can find a place of their own A few days turns to into a few weeks turns into an absolute night Elliott is a 38 year old scientist that lives a regimented life with Charlie his cat One day, during a public viewing of his garden, he meets the lovely Gemma and they seem to hit off Within two months they are married and she is living in his very well to do home Not long after it seems her parents and younger sister are relocating from France and are coming to stay for just a few days until they can find a place of their own A few days turns to into a few weeks turns into an absolute nightmare If I could describe this book in one word it would be Preposterous If Elliott is a scientist then he may have been blessed with brains but he was clearly not blessed with any common sense or a backbone for that matter How he let this situation escalate to the level he did is beyond ridiculous And the in laws, they are a nasty bunch, but they were almost comical in their depiction My reading experience is best described as roll my eyes, skim, roll my eyes, skim which isn t a very satisfying experience In my opinion it took far too long to tell this story and I had already figured out the twist so getting to the end was a chore at best This is my 2nd book by this author and I think it is safe to say he isn t for me I am happy to see that so many do love his work and I do wish him continued success in the future Thank you to NetGalley andPublishing UK for providing me with a digital ARC in exchange for my honest review.

  4. Matt says:

    Mark Edwards is back with another of his spine tingling thrillers that keeps the reader wondering throughout Elliot Foster enjoys a quiet life, teaching under privileged children the joys of science When he crosses paths with Gemma Robinson one day, it is both fate and love at first sight Their whirlwind romance soon sees them married and enjoying a lovely life together However, Gemma s appearance is soon followed by the return of her family from France, including two parents and a young adu Mark Edwards is back with another of his spine tingling thrillers that keeps the reader wondering throughout Elliot Foster enjoys a quiet life, teaching under privileged children the joys of science When he crosses paths with Gemma Robinson one day, it is both fate and love at first sight Their whirlwind romance soon sees them married and enjoying a lovely life together However, Gemma s appearance is soon followed by the return of her family from France, including two parents and a young adult sister, all of whom remain very tight lipped about what has been going on What begins as a helpful gesture to aid the in laws soon goes sour, as Elliot learns that there is no plan to leave his home Eventroubling is that Gemma appears to have some skeletons in her closet that Elliot is only now becoming aware When odd things begin to occur around the house, Elliot can only wonder if his three houseguests might have some role in it all More worrisome is that they seem to have taken up permanent residence and are dodging any hopes of leaving the home Elliot will have to pull some strings to get the assistance he needs, while also trying to determine if this chance encounter with Gemma was just that, or part of a larger plan to con him Edwards paints quite the picture in this thrilling piece that reads quickly and is full of twists Recommended to those who enjoy the writing of Mark Edwards, as well as the reader who finds pleasure in something with a slight psychological nature to it.There is something about Mark Edwards and his writing that I find intriguing, no matter the topic He is able to push a story along with a slight psychological twist and keep the reader wondering through until the very end In this piece, it is Elliot Foster who plays the central role, though he is by no means the one generating much of the drama Elliot has come to accept that life will be quiet for him, living along and with only his small group of friends However, when Gemma arrives, it is as though a switch is turned on inside of him and he feels like a new man This newness is tested throughout the novel with challenges that he could not have thought would ever be a part of his life He struggles to come to terms with it all, but soon discovers that he must fight for all he holds dear, or face sure ruin of both his own life and that of his new wife Other characters play interesting roles in the larger story, including a trio of in laws who seem as conniving as they are secretive The standoff has begun and only one side can emerge victorious, as Elliot tries to wrestle control of his life back from these people whose backstory is anything but clear The story worked well and while it was not one of Edwards better psychological thrillers, it certainly kept my attention With twists and some great reveals throughout, I could not help but find myself interested to see how things would progress A mix of shorter anddetailed chapters kept the story flowing and allowed the reader to wonder what awaited them Strong characters and some interesting banter left me wondering if Edwards has some stories of his own about unwanted visitors The horror of in law overload is real for anyone who has encountered less than amicable family by marriage before, but Edwards adds something to the experience to make it a littleintense Kudos, Mr Edwards, for another wonderful novel While not as chilling as some of your work, I enjoyed it for its quick delivery I cannot wait to see what else you have in store for your fans.Love hate the review An ever growing collection of others appears at Book for All Seasons, a different sort of Book Challenge

  5. Zoeytron says:

    A old Victorian house lovingly restored by Elliott is now home to him and his new bride, Gemma Life is beautiful Ah, time for Elliott to meet the in laws They had been living in France and are currently without a place to call home Mom, Pop, and Sis are invited to stay for the nonce while they find a place of their own This segues all too quickly into a nightmare The family visitors turn into somethingakin to squatters, rude, nasty, and possibly dangerous Did I mention the ho A old Victorian house lovingly restored by Elliott is now home to him and his new bride, Gemma Life is beautiful Ah, time for Elliott to meet the in laws They had been living in France and are currently without a place to call home Mom, Pop, and Sis are invited to stay for the nonce while they find a place of their own This segues all too quickly into a nightmare The family visitors turn into somethingakin to squatters, rude, nasty, and possibly dangerous Did I mention the home is located on Cuckoo Lane Have a care as to whom you invite into your home Better yet, cut your losses and don t extend the invitation at all

  6. Liz says:

    It didn t take long for the warning bells to start going off for me as I listened to this For those of us who remember the robot from Lost in Space calling out Danger Danger , well, that s all I could think as well And that s well before the in laws show up at Elliot s house And once they do, it s like watching a slow motion car wreck I was glued to my earphones wondering what would happen next I kept wanting to warn Elliot, to scream for him to take action I loved the joke of the house It didn t take long for the warning bells to start going off for me as I listened to this For those of us who remember the robot from Lost in Space calling out Danger Danger , well, that s all I could think as well And that s well before the in laws show up at Elliot s house And once they do, it s like watching a slow motion car wreck I was glued to my earphones wondering what would happen next I kept wanting to warn Elliot, to scream for him to take action I loved the joke of the house s address on Cuckoo Lane, since cuckoos are known for stealing the nests of other birds Edwards totally nails a delicious creep factor to this book There s an underlying tension throughout which just ratchets up as the book progresses This book is wildly entertaining in a horror film kind of way It reminded me of the film Pacific Heights And yes, it becomesunbelievable as it progresses I guessed the ending early on, but that didn t dampen the entertainment factor The narrator, James Langton, did a fabulous job In fact, his performance was so good it made me wonder if I would have enjoyed the book as much if I had read it, instead of listening to it This is my first book by Mark Edwards, but it won t be my last I also intend to suss out what other books Langton has narrated A winning combination

  7. Amanda says:

    I have read several of Mark Edwards books and I have to say they just get better and better Just reading the blurb gave me goosebumps and I couldn t wait to plunge into this story Elliott and Gemma meet when he opens his garden to the public, theirs is a whirlwind romance and after 2 months they marry in Las Vegas When Gemma s parents say they are returning from living in France but have no where to live, Elliott offers them a temporary place to stay Where s the harm in being charitable Gem I have read several of Mark Edwards books and I have to say they just get better and better Just reading the blurb gave me goosebumps and I couldn t wait to plunge into this story Elliott and Gemma meet when he opens his garden to the public, theirs is a whirlwind romance and after 2 months they marry in Las Vegas When Gemma s parents say they are returning from living in France but have no where to live, Elliott offers them a temporary place to stay Where s the harm in being charitable Gemma s parents Jeff and Izzy arrive with their sick daughter Chloe , but after a few weeks they are not making plans to move out and are taking over the house and Elliot s life with dangerous consequences This book had me hooked from the start with its twists that kept me guessing The in laws were very clever, they kept on the right side of the law.They were despicable with their messiness, rudeness and both so manipulative, they made my blood boil and I was planning on how I would get rid of them Loved the twist at the end A must read book but be warned once you have read one Mark Edwards book you will be hooked Thank you to Netgalley for my copy in exchange for a review The

  8. Sean Peters says:

    OMG What a Book Mark Edwards Best Book.Compulsive, gripping, tense, heart pounding, dark twisted story, that will shock to the root A beautiful home A loving wife And in laws to die for Gemma Robinson comes into Elliot s life like a whirlwind, and they marry and settle into his home When she asks him if her parents can come to stay for a couple of weeks, he is keen to oblige he just doesn t quite know what he s signing up for.The Robinsons arrive with Gemma s sister, Chloe, a mys OMG What a Book Mark Edwards Best Book.Compulsive, gripping, tense, heart pounding, dark twisted story, that will shock to the root A beautiful home A loving wife And in laws to die for Gemma Robinson comes into Elliot s life like a whirlwind, and they marry and settle into his home When she asks him if her parents can come to stay for a couple of weeks, he is keen to oblige he just doesn t quite know what he s signing up for.The Robinsons arrive with Gemma s sister, Chloe, a mysterious young woman who refuses to speak or leave her room Elliot starts to suspect that the Robinsons are hiding a dark secret And then there are the scars on his wife s body that she won t talk about .As Elliot s in laws becomecomfortable in his home, encroaching on all aspects of his life, it becomes clear that they have no intention of moving out To protect Gemma, and their marriage, Elliot delves into the Robinsons past But is he prepared for the truth From the two million copy bestselling author comes a tale about the chilling consequences of welcoming strangers into your home.This is a book I will recommend to everyone, this is so compelling, so gripping, tense, in my head I kept guessing how this book was too unfold, but I kept changing my mindWho is guilty, how this going to end, what is going to happen to our main characterA book that keeps you guessing, makes your heart beat twice as fast, makes you feel tired for lack of sleep as I had to get to the endThat is when you know the book is good.Loved this book, chilling and brilliant. Loved all the characters, good and badKeep guessing.Five stars

  9. Bridgett says:

    We re the Robinsons we re survivors Holy shitzies, fellow readers WHAT A ROLLER COASTER RIDE I m a long time fan of Mark Edwards, but he truly outdid himself with this gem of a story I started reading it about 6 hours ago, and I m already finished I couldn t put my Kindle down The characters All beautifully fleshed out, especially Elliotas a reader, I could feel his pain, frustration, anger, and despair In his shoes, I d feel the exact same way I found myself cheering him on throuWe re the Robinsons we re survivors Holy shitzies, fellow readers WHAT A ROLLER COASTER RIDE I m a long time fan of Mark Edwards, but he truly outdid himself with this gem of a story I started reading it about 6 hours ago, and I m already finished I couldn t put my Kindle down The characters All beautifully fleshed out, especially Elliotas a reader, I could feel his pain, frustration, anger, and despair In his shoes, I d feel the exact same way I found myself cheering him on throughout the novel The Robinson familyall so intensely vile some of the best antagonists I ve read this year This book gave me ANXIETY, y all But in the best possible way This isn t really a twisty novelthe whodunit is pretty obvious from the get go, despite a few strategically placed red herrings Right up to it s final moment, however, it s deliciously satisfying I highly recommend this to virtually everyoneespecially if you re looking for a high octane, quick, and rewarding summer read 4.5 explosive stars, rounded down

  10. Andrea says:

    This one will give it 3.5 review.firstly enjoyed the start of this read it sof the books I enjoy from mark Edward s the twists but alot of it was far fetched why the in laws was in the house he owned but didnt change the locks while they were out as got new bed.the murders of his neighbours how can there be no trace of evidence DNA etc.for me a story needs to berealistic but do like the parts of the storyline.like these booksthan the ghostly ones.

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