This book started off slow for me but once I got into it, I was pleasantly surprised by how much I enjoyed it. Based on the description, I was expecting a thriller. Instead, it leans more towards the suspense genre. The book doesn't have big plot twists or surprises and is a little slower-paced. However, the characters were what really captured me. One of my favourite aspects of the book was the relationship dynamic between Hannah and Bailey. Their slow-growing, step-mother/daughter bond forged by uncertainty was really beautiful (and that last line!!! Gahhh. Loved it.) I also really appreciated how realistic the ending felt given the situation. Overall, this was a quick and enjoyable novel and I would definitely read another book by this author! 3.5 stars.