Author: Barbara Claypole White
Summary: Suspenseful and hard to put down, but not as emotionally engaging as I’d hoped because of unrealistic dialogue.
“Metal artist Katie Mack is living a lie. Nine years ago she ran away from her family in Raleigh, North Carolina, consumed by the irrational fear that she would harm Maisie, her newborn daughter. Over time she’s come to grips with the mental illness that nearly destroyed her, and now funnels her pain into her art. Despite longing for Maisie, Katie honors an agreement with the husband she left behind—to change her name and never return. But when she and Maisie accidentally reunite, Katie can’t ignore the familiarity of her child’s compulsive behavior…Katie has the power to help, but can she reconnect with the family she abandoned?” Read more »