This book is just might be full of triggers if you’ve got a young child – so beware. One moment she’s watching her teenage daughter’s rehearsal with her baby son in the carrier next to her on the floor, the next she looks down and he’s replaced with a note. Her whole work shifts off the axis. The following few days Bree moves between being “Bree” and “Elizabeth” as she begins the fight for her son’s life.
There are so many things to talk about with this book. Consent, consequences, family, and whatnot all means 30 years later when only one party has paid the price.
I listened to this on audio because I almost exclusively listen to Joshilyn’s books because she reads them herself and she’s an amazing vocal performance.
Note: “If you ever want to see your baby again, you’ll do as I say.”