Friday, November 6, 2020

The Stolen Breath

Book: The Stolen Breath
Author: LG Davis

The happiest day of her life was also her worst nightmare.

Almost a year ago, Delia Caswell’s husband died suddenly. That same night, she gave birth to a baby girl.

Grieving her husband and battling postpartum depression, her life unravels one day at a time.

But fate is not done with her yet...

Just as she pulls herself together and learns to be a good mom to her daughter, she walks into the nursery to find her baby gone, snatched from her crib in broad daylight.

Her daughter's kidnapping sets in motion a chain of events that turn her world upside down all over again.

Who took Lea Caswell?

Is it the nanny from hell that Delia fired not long ago? Or is it someone more dangerous?

A single note she finds in a stuffed toy sends her back to a past she tried hard to leave behind.

In the frantic search for her child, old wounds are ripped open, dark secrets are unveiled, and Delia discovers the true meaning of betrayal, obsession, and danger.

Will she find her child before she loses her sanity or her life?-Goodreads

Review: Delia's husband is killed the night she goes into labor. Months later, Delia's baby is stolen. What happened? 

Have you ever read a story where you continually rolled your eyes the entire time? This was one of those books for me. Delia was not an interesting character to read about even though there was a lot of drama surrounding her life. The story was predictable and not enjoyable. 

Grade: 1/5

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