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  • Different but oh so exciting!

    Kelley Armstrong has a huge body of work. While I haven’t read all of her novels, I will say Wherever She Goes is drastically different from anything I’ve read from her before and just as brilliant. Armstrong digs into the life of Aubry Finch. Aubry has a past she hasn’t told a soul about. The guilt haunts her so much she’s separated from her husband and left him with residential custody of their young daughter. One of the afternoons Aubry shares with her daughter at the park, they meet young mother and her son about the same age as Aubry’s daughter. That one brief meeting changes Aubry’s life forever. When running in the park a few days later, Aubry notices the little boy get snatched from a parking lot near the park where they first met. After going to the police, she gets nothing except a heaping helping of “they think I’m crazy”. When the young mother turns up dead, Aubry knows she can’t let anyone forget about this little boy. Armstrong takes us from suburbia to the underbelly of the Mafia life. She shows us how hard it is for Aubry to try to be herself when she is hiding so much behind the persona as a wife and mother. While her world is crumbling around her and not one soul knows what she is going through, Armstrong gives Aubry two things to live for, her daughter and the missing boy. Every chapter had me fearing for Aubry’s safety and at times her sanity. While I loved the sweet moments with her daughter and the thrill of the hunt for the little boy, Armstrong also gave us a more than a glimpse into Aubry’s heart as she deals with her pending divorce. There is so much I want to say, but I don’t want to give any spoilers! This novel is the perfect combination of action, mystery, and family drama. I loved it from page one and can’t wait to read more stories like this one from Kelley Armstrong in the future. I received Wherever She Goes for free. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.

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  • You can never go wrong with a Kelly Armstrong book

    I received this ARC for an honest review. This story is about Aubrey. She is a complex character. I don’t want to give too much away. She feels like an outsider. She left her marriage because she knew Paul was unhappy. She still loved him, but left so he could be happy. One weekend, when she had her daughter, Charlotte, they went to the park. Another mother and son was playing hide & seek, the little boy came over to play. Aubrey & the mom began talking. Aubrey becomes hopeful maybe they can become friends. They next day she went jogging in the park and noticed the little boy by himself. Aubrey kept looking for the mom, but couldn’t locate her. Then she watched as a SUV pull up and call the boy over and take the boy. The boy was fighting. Aubrey tried to run after the SUV and get license plate and picture of the SUV, but it was driving away too fast. Aubrey contacted the police, and her life started to spiral out of control after. I am not going to give any more away. YOU MUST READ THE BOOK!!! This story takes so many twists and turns. The story could be a stand a lone or a start to new series. I hope it is start to a new series, because I would love to see how the story of Aubrey and Paul develops. Give it a chance. You won’t be sorry.

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  • I did not want to put this book down!

    I had such a good time with this book! I am a little mad at myself for not picking it up sooner but I guess I am glad that I was able to enjoy it now. I was hooked by this story right away and had such a hard time setting the book aside. I just had to find out how everything would work out. I found this book to be a really strong story all the way around. Aubrey is the mother of a little girl who she loves more than anything. She is separated from her husband but they have a rather cordial relationship. Aubrey doesn't always feel like she fits in with the other mom, especially since her separation. Aubrey has a quick encounter with a mother and son that leaves an impression. The next day when she sees that same boy being taken against his will at the park she knows she has to get involved. There is one big problem - no one has reported the boy missing. I was hooked by this story right away. There is a lot of different things going on in this story and I loved how everything played out. Aubrey has her own secrets and problems in her personal life but she just can't help but try to help that little boy. Aubrey proves to have a lot of skills and I thought it was a lot of fun to see how far she was willing to go to try to get to the bottom of the boy's disappearance. I thought that Aubrey was a great character and it was really easy to cheer her on with all of the challenges she faced in this story. Therese Plummer did a phenomenal job with the narration of this audiobook. She really brought this story to life and added a lot of emotion to her reading. I liked the variety of voices that she used in the book for the various characters, including a couple of small children. I think that she was able to make the story even a bit more exciting. I am pretty sure that I enjoyed this book just a bit more because of her narration. I would recommend this book to others. I found this to be a really well done and exciting thriller with a lot of different layers. I cannot wait to read more from this talented author. I received a digital review copy of this book from St. Martin's Press - Minotaur Books via NetGalley and borrowed a copy of the audiobook from my local library.

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  • Wherever She Goes

    Wherever She Goes is the latest book by Kelley Armstrong. Typical Armstrong story, a strong female main character and edge of your seat moments. I enjoyed Aubrey (the main character) so much I'm going to miss seeing the rest of her life unfold. Would love for Ms Armstrong to consider making this a series. I was given an early copy to review.

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