Review of WHEREVER SHE GOES by Kelley Armstrong

Aubrey Finch was a stay at home mom with a lot of secrets. Unable to live with the people she loved the most while carrying all of her past secrets around like a heavy burden, Aubrey decides to move out on her own, leaving behind her bewildered husband Paul and her darling toddler Charlotte. Aubrey still sees Charlotte for visitation and that is when she meets another mom in the park with a cute little boy. Than begins the trip down the rabbit hole. On a different day in the park, Aubrey sees what she thinks is the little boy being kidnapped. Then she sees on the news that the mom was murdered. Aubrey is determined to track down the little boy, just because she is a concerned Good Samaritan. Her desire to restore a family will endanger her and everyone she loves. This book was not at all like the Rockton series that I have read from this author in the past, but it was an excellent book, with many twists and turns. I liked that Aubrey was a reluctant heroine and that she was willing to sacrifice her own happiness so that her family could continue without all of the weight from her burdensome past. Fans of psychological suspense will enjoy this book and want to read more like it from this author.


Disclosure of Material Connection: I checked this book out on the Overdrive App from my local library. I was not required to write a positive review.

This book is available now and is mostly a clean read, with some bad language but not an excessive amount.

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