crime · mystery · suspense · thriller

Someone Else’s Child – Helen Klein Ross ✶✶✶✶✶


Lucy Wakefield wants a child more than anything. So when she finds a seemingly abandoned baby in a store, she sees it as a sign. She doesn’t mean for it to go as far it does.
Little does she realise the heartbroken family she leaves in her wake, nor the impact her reckless decision will have on the daughter she raises as her own.
Mia Wakefield has always known she was adopted but now she is about to discover the devastating secret of her birth – and the lengths her mother went to…

Wow this is another story that really hits home that you SHOULD NOT take your eyes off your child for even a second. Books like these scare me as I have a little one year old girl myself, but I always find them very easy to read and easy to devour. I finished this amazing story in just a day!  I voluntarily reviewed an advance readers copy of this story thanks to Netgalley. Someone Else’s Child is brilliantly written through each characters eyes throughout the book and contains short chapters. I must admit the ending annoyed me as I WANTED MORE and felt it just cut off suddenly. I would love for there to be a follow on from this story and I also think it would make a great film. I would highly recommend this book to you all if you haven’t read it already. Brilliant. One I didn’t want to put down and one I couldn’t stop thinking about. Brilliant.

Someone Else’s Child is the perfect story for readers who enjoy a fantastic crime, mystery, thriller and suspense filled story all in one. One I won’t forget easily. Enjoy, I did.