I enjoyed this book, but it followed the formula of Still Missing a bit too much for my liking. It's written as if the narrator (Sara) is talking to her shrink, reliving the story between sessions. At times I found Sara likable and at other times I wanted to slap her. I felt for Abby, who was trying to deal with Sara's lack of time for her while she tries to deal with her killer biological father. The ending was easier to predict since having read Still Missing - but I think that if Chevy Stevens steps away from what has already been successful and branches out a little bit, she will be very successful as a writer.