The last thing Owen Michaels does before disappearing is send his wife, Hannah, a note: Protect her. Although confused about why, Hannah knows it is referring to Owen’s daughter, Bailey. In an effort to do that and find her husband, Hannah begins to uncover his past and make sense of the man she loves.
This book is marketed and sold as a mystery/thriller, and while is was definitely mysterious, there was NOTHING thrilling about it. I have never read a slower thriller. I found it all a little unbelievable, but not in the way most thrillers are. And the ending, although it tugged on my heart strings a bit, was disappointing.
All-in-all not my fave, I gave it THREE STARS.
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