Review of UNTIL I FIND YOU by Rea Frey

This is an emotion-packed domestic drama with some definite aspects of a thriller. Rebecca (Bec) Gray has had some real challenges thrown at her. First, her husband died, so she is a widow. Then, she has a new infant to take care of. Her mother recently died and she has moved into the suburbs of Chicago to live in her mother’s former home. Finally, and not the least of her problems, Bec has a degenerative eye disease that is making her go blind. Bec is a talented musician and seems to be adjusting well to all of these changes in her life, having students come in for private lessons and making friends at a grief group. One of the friends she makes is Chrystal who is also a widow and has a young daughter named Savi and a nanny named Pam. The author did a wonderful job of setting the stage for me to be surprised when the conflict starts, which is when Bec discovers that her baby has been switched. Is Bec delusional or is Jackson really missing? Bec is faced with the difficult task of convincing the seeing world that her son has been taken. What a twisted and heart-wrenching story! I thought that Bec had enough problems already when Jackson suddenly disappeared, or did he? That was the question throughout the rest of the book and the author did a superb job of keeping my attention as I read to discover what was really going on in the tragic life of the main character. Fans of domestic drama and thrillers will enjoy this book, with tears, I think.
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Disclosure of Material Connection: I received a complimentary copy of this book from the publisher via Netgalley. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255, “Guides Concerning the Use of Testimonials and Endorsements in Advertising.”

Other than the extremely emotional topic, this book is mostly a clean read. I would rate it a PG and hope that many will read it because it is an excellent book about being blind, coping and surviving.

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