Library Journal Review
Everything falls into place when Trent Grant proposes to Brooke Hayes. But the hole in her heart over not having a mother to share things with just won't mend. On the day of her father's funeral, though, she learns from her grandmother that her mother, Sarah, is very much alive. Brooke begins a journey to find the mama she thought was dead and retrieve a little piece of the self she feels is missing. What she discovers breaks Brooke's heart. She learns that not only does she have new siblings but that Sarah had created another life without her firstborn. Brooke wants answers, and she is determined to get them no matter who gets hurt in the process. The price Brooke pays may be the steepest of all, for revenge is a dish best served cold. Intricate family ties and rash decisions make Brooke one girl you have to follow until the end of her tale. Verdict NAACP Image Award winner and best-selling author Billingsley (Let the Church Say Amen) has written another engrossing page-turner about a complicated mother-daughter relationship that readers will enjoy into the wee hours.-Jane Blue, Andrews P.L., NC © Copyright 2017. Library Journals LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source, Inc. No redistribution permitted.