I bet it was the trolls that took her.
Carla Kelly wakes to find her two-day-old baby daughter's cot empty.
Isobel has been taken.
Dowling has been keeping a terrible secret following her fifth
agonising miscarriage. But when at last she welcomes her new baby
daughter into her life nothing else matters. They will both be safe as
long as Susanne keeps her daughter close and confesses her lie to no
Carla, a top model, launches a fierce national
campaign to find her child – but the trail is cold. She receives threats
and recriminations from strangers – she flaunted her pregnancy in the
media, she cashed in on it, she deserves everything she gets – and,
encouraged by well-meaning loved ones to move on, she begins to fall
But one letter Carla receives stands out from the rest. It
offers support from a surprising quarter. And it sets in to motion a
chain of events that opens wounds and exposes shocking secrets from
Carla’s past that suggest what happened to her daughter was revenge a
long time planned.
And it will bring Carla unknowingly close to the stolen daughter she has sworn she will do anything to get back …
It told in different points of view, but the voice are not at all distinct in tone which is weird considering one is a third-person narrator and the other is meant to be first-person diary. It doesn't come across a diary except you're told its a diary. The writing feels very bland, though the writing is flowly and pretty I guess is the word.
The characters are very dull. I didn't care much about them. Wasn't invested at all. It was just that with the voices not being distinctive they don't feel like people. What was happening to which character, even later on. It just didn't feel like there was difference between the main characters.
The plot was well thought out but that's probably not enough in this book as it's not at all plot driven.
Overall, I gave this book 3 out of 5 stars for seahorses. It was alright book but it just didn't pop for me.
I got this for review off Netgalley and it published by Avon on 9th October 2014