The Summer We Lost Her (by Tish Cohen) … ultimate domestic drama

This is the ultimate domestic drama that deals with marital issues.  Any book that involves the disappearance of a child tears at my heart.  I can’t imagine a feeling worse.  There are the typical thrill moments amidst the mystery.  Experiencing the difficulty of handling work and family makes you feel like you are right there living the story.  Even though the characters may make some mistakes, they aren’t bad people.  They just make bad decisions.  But can forgiveness be discovered by the end?

Thank you to NetGalley and Gallery Books for my advanced review copy.  All opinions and thoughts are my own.

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