Not Her Daughter by Rea Frey: a review

~Sarah is the unexpected kidnapper.

~Amy is the struggling mother.

~Emma is the little girl with the red bow and shoes.

What would you do if you saw a child in need of help?

  • That’s the question that Sarah asked herself.

Do I really want my child back?

  • That’s the question that Amy asked herself.

I loved how the book went back and forth from between Sarah and Amy. Then it also went back and forth between before, after and now. It gives you the really good idea of what lead up to the kidnapping and how the characters made the decisions that they made.

You are on the edge of your seat the whole time and you wonder if Sarah is going to get caught or if she will actually get away with it.

You wonder what Amy is really going through and if she really wants Emma back or if just her husband does.

Somethings that I thought were left undeveloped was Sarah’s mom and childhood. You get a little peek at it through the book but you really don’t know!

I would love a sequel!

5 out of 5 stars!

 

 

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