By Anna Snoekstra
3 out of 5 stars
A young woman is caught shoplifting. She is hungry, dirty and not wanting to have her father involved, she tells the police that she is a long missing girl, Rebecca Winter. It is something that comes to her in a panic. She remembers seeing her picture and how much she looked like her. Before you know it, she is home in Bec’s bed, living with her family and stepping into her life. But something is really strange in this house. She begins to think Bec left on her own and for good reason.
This book started out on a great foot. I love the premise of her stepping into Bec’s life and even got into just what happened. And we do get the story in Bec’s voice as well. But somewhere along the way, it just went a little too south for me. The big reveal wasn’t a huge twist, it was strange. I wanted to love it but it was really just okay for me. There were times I wanted to flip through parts just to get to the finale. The very end, I did like. That would be something to explore.
I received a copy of this book from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.