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Too much is unbelievable, and the main character, Rose does some really stupid things.
It makes me angry to even think that someone would act as though I did something wrong if I chose to save my child over someone elses.
I forced myself to finish the book, but skipped through the last few laughable chapters.
Earlier this week I read a quote graphic on Facebook that reminded me that life is too short to read terrible books. So I put this one down after about 60 pages. Read morePublished 16 hours ago by Traci Lucier
I like reading about anything so it's hard for me to find a book I don't finish this book was okay but not the best that I have read.Published 1 month ago by Susan
The book was suggest by a friend and I found it just o.k. It would make a good Life Time movie. If you like those, you would like this book.Published 2 months ago by Janie R. Smith
once again Lisa Scottoline is at her finest, and never disappoints. From the first page she reels you in and doesn't let loose until the last sentence.Published 2 months ago by clare
What responsibility do people have for other people's children? Scottoline raises this provocative question in the beginning of the book, when a mom fails to lead a child out of a... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Jami Deise
Another suspenseful book by Lisa Scottoline. I like that she includes suspense into her novels but still keeps a good storyline and makes the characters so vulnerable.Published 2 months ago by Eileen Keagy
This is a great book and a great author would read all of her books i recommend it to everyonePublished 3 months ago by Loriann
I'm only up to page 136 so I can't judge the entire book but I can say this much I'm getting annoyed at this" mommy" in italics popping up about every other page. Read morePublished 3 months ago by bookworm
"Save Me" is based on a compelling premise, but the book is marred by multiple examples of thin logic and contrivance. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Bernadette Pruitt