Chevy Stevens has once again written a book that takes the reader on a wild ride! The reader gets a glimpse of the main character's sessions with herChevy Stevens has once again written a book that takes the reader on a wild ride! The reader gets a glimpse of the main character's sessions with her therapist as she learns who her birth parents are. Sara has always felt that something was missing in her life. She hopes that she will feel more complete after she finds her birth parents. Concerned with knowing about her family health history, she moves forward in tracking down her birth mother. Little does she know that she is opening a can of worms that should have been left closed. Her birth mother wants nothing to do with her. When the private investigator Sara hires uncovers a secret about her birth mother, it changes Sara's life forever and puts her in harm's way. Her mother is the only survivor of a serial rapist and killer. Sara does the math and learns this man may very well be her father.
Sara was not always a likeable character for me but I did feel for her. I didn't feel that I needed to like her to enjoy the book. She is flawed as a sister, daughter, fiancee and single mother. She sees a therapist so it is not surprising that she has issues with relationships. The therapist is silent in this book. We only hear Sara's side of the conversations in her sessions. I like how the author has left the therapist's side of the conversation open for us to imagine.
I won't say more about the story as I don't want to spoil it. This book is very intense, as was Chevy Steven's first thriller, Still Missing. I could imagine gloom and doom music in my mind while reading it. Just when I thought I knew what was going to happen, the story would take a turn I didn't see coming. This is a book you will not want to put down until the very end! I do not read many thrillers but I can't wait to see what Chevy Stevens writes next! She has turned me into a fan of suspense and thriller novels! I highly recommend this book!...more