Top positive review
Reviewed in the United States on January 14, 2020
If you are a fan, as I am, of Ashley Farley's books, you will notice this book is a little different than her others. From the first few paragraphs I was totally hooked and as I got further into the book absolutely loved the element of suspense. This is about Maggie, an investigative reporter, and a newlywed who moves across the country with her new husband. It's about Eva, a wife and mother who struggles with addition and it's about Reese, a teenage girl who simply disappears for ten years. The lives of these very different women are so cleverly woven together and the circumstances they experience are both sometimes scary and other times heartwarming. Maggie makes an almost unbelievable discovery that her new husband isn't at all the man she thought he was. Eva's addictive behavior drives her family away, including her daughter, Reese who after one semester of college disappears. Clara and Raimi come into the picture and play an important role in reminding us what it means to be family. This book is a page-turner and will probably keep you up too late, but in the end, it will fill your heart.