When struggling journalist Harper returns a dress to the shop she bought it from that morning, she sees the same little girl sitting in the exact same place she saw her hours ago.
No one in the shop knows who the girl is.
No desperate parents have contacted mall security to say they’ve lost their daughter.
And the local police have no new reports of a missing child.
The girl says she misses her mother.
But why is nobody looking for her?
And what if finding her home is the worst thing you could do?
If you want a addictive, fast paced page turner this is the book for you. The writing is really descriptive and the characters are believable. The story is a fast paced one set by a little girl has lost her parents, Harper the lady that finds her, is set on a mission with a couple of her mates to help her find her parents, but is all as it seems? I liked the bond Harper has with the little girl and also the bond between TJ and the little girl is really lovely. The story shows how human kind can be kind but can also be very cruel. Would be great to be turned into a film. A very good read.
I received an ARC copy of this book for an honest review. Thank you Netgalley.
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