I don't do too many book reviews. I know I don't have too much time to read them, so I'm very selective in what I choose.
When I was pitched to review Finding Emma by Steena Holmes I knew I wanted to read it.
I knew that when I was going to Indianapolis it would be the perfect opportunity to read this book. Fortunately I got to read about 120 pages. Unfortunately I haven't had a chance to finish this book. We got back to no air conditioning and then I got a virus and then Avery got a virus and we're just now getting back to normalcy. So I haven't had a chance to finish it, but I can tell you that in the little over 1/3rd of the book that I've gotten to read has been great! The writing is really neat and understandable. There have been a couple of word errors though like 'Break' instead of "Brake". But other than that it's been a pleasurable read.
I need to pick up this book and finish it.
It highlights 2 families, The Taylor's which is Megan, her husband and they're 3 daughters- Hannah, Alexis and Emma. Emma goes missing on her 3rd birthday. Megan believes she sees Emma everywhere. She's the little girl in the coffee shop, but it's never really her. The family starts to tear apart as Megan keeps saying she'll let it go, but she's really pushing her husband away.
It also highlights Dottie and Jack and their granddaughter Emmie. They lost their daughter Mary (Emmie's mother) and Dottie's memory is going. Dottie brought home Emmie one day and said they needed to take care of her. Dottie won't ever let Emmie leave the house or go anywhere and she won't even let her play with the neighborhood kids. Once she does start playing with other kids she starts mentioning her sisters. Jack just thinks she has an overactive imagination, but he starts putting 2 and 2 together.
That's where I'm at!!! I don't know the end of this book, but I can't wait to finish it and so far it's a great book that I'd recommend!
Price: About $10. It's a paperback
Overall: ***** great read!
*Disclaimer* I received an item directly from Finding Emma in exchange for a review. I was not paid to try out these products*
A big thank you goes out to Finding Emma for allowing me to review this product