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Greg travels in his job as a corporate trainer and one Friday he simply doesn't come home. This part of the book was terrific. He seems to have vanished without a trace. There are so many different possibilities of what might have happened to him. And where is he? Is he somewhere in Rochester, his supposed destination?
But then somewhere after the middle of the book, the story became more about Claire's wants and needs and I found that I really didn't like her all that much.
But no spoilers and I'm sure there are many who would disagree. Maybe you'll be one of them......
Claire was pretty self-absorbed and I felt bad for Drew who had to put up with her, but all the characters are realistically flawed and not entirely unlikable. The romance between Claire and Drew is very sweet.
Overall, a lovely and entertaining story. Glad I picked this one up.
She didn't seem to give a lot of herself, just the bare minimum. When she did give, she was still a bit selfish about it. Didn't seem to care about inconveniencing others. I couldn't feel for her character as much as I thought I would.
This romantic suspense had an unusual story line that had me asking a lot of questions as I read. Thank goodness all of them were answered. Claire changes through the story. At first she didn't talk so I found her hard to like. I was impatient with her. Then she became stronger, dealing with her new life so I found her more likable. One thing about her that surprised me was that she kept zoning out and getting drunk when she had 2 children to look after. I expect a mother to be more responsible no matter what problems she may have. I liked Drew and thought he was nice but too much of a pushover, especially where Claire was concerned.
I liked the ending and was quite a surprised by it.
I thought the wife would find clues throughout the book on a 'second life.'
Not only does she not find much to clue her in, the detectives do not either.
Finally, after years and when she has moved on, does it all come together.
More about how she adjusts to her husband not being around than a mystery on why he left.
Halfway through, you'll assume you'll know where the story is going and how it will end; however, Ms. Moretti has crafted a real ending. It's so realistic, you'll almost get upset because it isn't a fairytale ending.
As you read and slip into Claire's life, be prepared to take on every emotion she takes on as well.