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Finch She is separated from her husband Paul and their daughter Charlotte who is Confederate Cities: The Urban South during the Civil War Era living with him Aubrey is the one whoeft her beautiful child and home behind for a dumpy apartment but generous visitation rights with Charlotte With only a high school diploma Aubrey considers herself fortunate to have Convents and the Body Politic in Late Renaissance Venice landed a job in aibrary Aubrey blames herself for the disintegration of her marriage and refuses all monetary offers from JackPsychological mysteries such as Wherever She Goes are about my Edicts of Asoka least favorite mysterythriller just above cooking and oldady sleuths However Wherever She Goes is written by Kelley Armstrong C mon it s Kelly Armstrong I m as Upgrade Soul likely to pass on reading one of her books as I am to give up chocolate for Lent After all she is the author of two series that are in my permanent top sevenAubrey s story gets even worse when she witnesses a small child being kidnapped A child she and Charlotte had met only the day before playing in the park where theyike to play So Aubrey knows nothing about the boy or his mother No one believes Aubrey not the yummy mummies not the police nor her husband who just seems to be humoring herFor a stay at home mom Aubrey seems to have some mad investigative and physical skills These seem to be related to her past she has hidden from her husband much to the detriment and Ecstasies: Deciphering the Witches' Sabbath likely end to her marriage Jack is already dating the perfect woman Aubrey puts her skills to use she s not about to abandon the small boy but even Aubrey isn t prepared for the tangled and dangerous web she discoversAubrey is a tenacious fierce woman but she is the only well developed character The others serve only to move the story along and to reflect theioness that is Aubrey Eventually Jack shows some uiet strength in his dealings with Aubrey and the villains Wherever She Goes is fast paced with some surprising character twists and certainly kept my attention The story was told from Aubrey s POV and she told a straight up story When she finally needed to face her past she owned it used it and tried to forgive herself Armstrong has always excelled in flawed female characters Aubrey Finch is no exceptionThank you to NetGalley for an ARC in exchange of a fair and honest review My reviews can also be seen at StarsWhat a great readAubrey Finch has made mistakes The pain in her shoulder is a reminder of a big oneAubrey is separated from her husband Paul who has primary custody of their daughter Charlotte Aubrey didn t want to uproot her daughter until she found an acceptable place for them to Elizabeth I: Translations, 1544-1589 live It was supposed to be temporary That was six months ago Aubrey and Paul are civil with each other They both seem to want the best for Charlotte But Aubrey knows if Paul ever found out about her past he wouldn t be so civilAubreyoves her daughter but motherhood has never come naturally to her She watches the other parents tries to observe and assimilate She reads all the articles and blogs but she just can t relate to the other parentsOne day while doing cartwheels with Charlotte at the park Aubrey meets

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young mom doesn t seem to fit in either They strike up a conversation as they watch their children play I see this young woman with her old needle scars and her worn jeans and her shabby sneakers and the way her face glows every time her gaze ights on her son and she s the mother and the way her face glows every time her gaze ights on her son and she s the mother connect to A few days ater Aubrey is jogging through the same park She notices a boy on the swings It ooks ike the boy from the other day Aubrey doesn t see his mother anywhere Suddenly she hears someone shout and the boy heads in the direction of a big SUV But when she hears him cry out No Let me go Aubrey starts to run in his direction The car pulls into traffic and roars offIt s goneAubrey tries to explain what she saw to the police but they tell her that no one else saw anything The police also say that the other parents see Aubrey watching them and their kids You make some of the other parents uncomfortable Aubrey contacts the police again and they tell her no one has reported a child missing She feels ike no one believes what she saw but her gut tells her she s rightAubrey tries to put it out of her head Her daughter needs to be her primary focus Even if I am right is it worth the risk to help a stranger Then she sees a story in the Imaginary Runner local news that changes everything Suddenly Aubrey is involved than ever She still worries about being exposed Her past coming out could ruin everything but she can t just stand by She NEEDS to help Aubrey knows what it isike to be From Cottage to Bungalow: Houses and the Working Class in Metropolitan Chicago, 1869-1929 left behind to wait for someoneanyone to come She s going to find a way to prove what she sawBut if she continues to investigate will she be putting her own child in dangerHow far would you go to save a child that wasn t your own I really enjoyed this engrossing and thought provoking read I thought it was a uniue take on a missing child storyI really felt for the main character Aubrey is a single mother who isn t confident in her parenting skills She hasn t always made the best decisions but she was a relatable character I was fully invested in the story and wanted Aubrey to succeedOverall this was a touching and well paced domestic suspense novel that held my interest from start to finish I dike to thank St Martin s Press for providing me with an advanced copy of this novel All opinions are my ow. Away from her safe Fresh Water life at home but years of hiding her past – even from the people sheoves – were taking their toll and Aubrey knows she can’t be the mother or wife she envisions until she French Daguerreotypes learns toeave her secrets behindWhen the police refuse to believe her she realizes that rescuing the boy is up to her alone But after all the secrets how far is she willing to go Even to protect a chi. ,
Armstrong always delivers with an action packed suspense filled mystery that kept me turning the pages and eager for Wherever She Goes was all these things and best of all kept me guessing numerous times and had me swaying back and forth with exactly what was going on and what in Aubrey s past was catching up to her A story where everyone is suspect and you never know who to believe or what is going to happen next this was fun filled with a very believable story ine both with the mystery and with Aubrey s personal From the Enemy's Point of View: Humanity and Divinity in an Amazonian Society life this had me interested right up until the end ARC provided by the publisher in exchange for an honest review 455 starsIove everything that Kelley Armstrong writes This is a psychological thriller that kept me on the edge of my seat throughout the entire bookKelley Armstrong is one of my favorite authors and is my most read author I absolutely adore everything that she writes I was beyond thrilled to be able to read her newest bookThe narrator is 30 year old AubreyBree This story takes place in Chicago and the suburbs of ChicagoThis book had a chilling beginning And I was hooked right from the start Bree is separated from her husband Paul who is a defense attorney They have a 3 year old daughter Bree has a Doris Salcedo lot of secrets to do with her pastRight from the start I was dying to know what Aubrey s secrets were And I was not disappointed Ioved finding out things about her pastThis book had a bit of a creepy vibe Aubrey witnesses something at the park And she has to decide what to do about itI was so invested in this story Aubrey is a very uniue narrator She is strong and determined But she also often acts without thinking things through She was really unusual But I really enjoyed reading about herThe story has a mystery about a woman and her son It is dangerous and the mystery was so interesting that I was completely engrossed in the storyThis book was unsettling I oved seeing Aubrey play detective This book was rivetingI really enjoyed everything to do with her husband Paul And I thought that the book definitely took a somewhat unexpected turn where their relationship was concernedI am such a big Kelley Armstrong fan This was one of my most anticipated reads of the yearThis book had everything that I want It had an intriguing mystery It had romance It was a chilling psychological thriller This book was different in many ways from the author s other books Although she writes so many different types of books and genres This was a great readThank you so much to netgalley and St Martin s Press for allowing me to read this book This is one of my most anticipated reads of 2019 I ove this authors Casey Duncan series such a unusual setting and place This one is a standalone or maybe part of a new series While this was suspenseful in parts my feelings were mixedWhat I ikedThe premise Aubrey sees a young boy being kidnapped and becomes involvedHer estranged husband hard not too since he was a very nice manThe easy style of writing and smooth paceWhat I had a ittle trouble withAubrey style of writing and smooth paceWhat I had a Gustave Caillebotte: The Painter's Eye little trouble withAubrey constant moaning about her past Got aittle old after a while and her regrets were mentioned way too oftenThe ending too ate by farDon t get me wrong this is worth reading It s uick and Armstrong is a good writerARC from Netgalley This review can also be found at Carole s Random Life in #BooksI had such a good time with this book I am a #had such a good time with this book I am a 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 aroundAubrey is the mother of a ittle girl who she oves than anything She is separated from her husband but they have a rather cordial relationship Aubrey doesn t always feel ike she fits in with the other mom especially since her separation Aubrey has a uick encounter with a mother and son that Great Plains: America's Lingering Wild 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 missingI was hooked by this story right away There is aot of different things going on in this story and I Hard Bread (Phoenix Poets loved how everything played out Aubrey has her own secrets and problems in her personalife but she just can t help but try to help that Electromyography for Experimentalists little boy Aubrey proves to have aot of skills and I thought it was a Forgetful of Their Sex: Female Sanctity and Society, ca. 500-1100 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 storyTherese Plummer did a phenomenal job with the narration of this audiobook She really brought this story toife and added a ot of emotion to her reading I iked 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 exciting I am pretty sure that I enjoyed this book just a bit because of her narrationI would recommend this book to others I found this to be a really well done and exciting thriller with a Runaway Wedding lot of differentayers I cannot wait to read from this talented author I received a digital review co. From New York Times bestselling author Kelley Armstrong comes a brand new psychological thriller about the Wicked Loving Lies lengths one woman will go to in order to save a child “Few crimes are reported as uickly as a snatched kid”That’s what the officer tells single mother Aubrey Finch after she reports a kidnapping So why hasn’t anyone reported theittle boy missing Aubrey knows what she saw a boy being. Py of this book from St Martin s Press Minotaur Books via NetGalley and borrowed a copy of the audiobook from my La heredera del mar localibraryInitial ThoughtsWhy didn t I read this one sooner I had a fantastic time with this book and cannot believe that I didn t make room for it in my reading schedule before now I was hooked by this story right away and completely entertained until the very end The mystery was uite complex and there were a ot of different things going on for Aubrey to content with I istened to the audiobook and I thought that Therese Plummer did a great job in bringing this story to ife This was a book that I didn t want to put down Wherever She Goes by Kelley Armstrong is one of those crazy thrillers that keeps you guessing whether there s even anything to solve What you have is an unreliable narrator hiding her own secrets while insisting a crime has happenedAubrey Finch has just eft her marriage behind her after years of hiding her past from her husband Aubrey and her husband still share custody of their daughter though while they work out the divorce with Aubrey getting to spend weekends with her daughterOne day while out at the park Aubrey and her daughter meet another young mother and her son Audrey feels drawn to the other woman because it seems the two share a ot in common and don t fit with the other mothers A few days ater when Aubrey sees the boy alone she tries to keep an eye on him but he ends up pulled into a vehicleSo what would you do if you saw a young child struggling with someone in a car Call the police Well that s what we have here except when no one other than the MC seems to have reported a child abduction the police find it hard to believe since parents should be frantic So many uestions the pages where definitely turning with this one and things only increase in intensity the you Aramaic Bowl Spells: Jewish Babylonian Aramaic Bowls Volume One learn Great story to check outI received an advance copy from the publisher via NetGalleyFor reviews please visit I adore Kelley Armstrong and while I didn tove Wherever She Goes as much as her urban fantasy novels it was still a worthy read and one I did enjoy The author has taken a story that s been done before and put her own spin on it which will work for many folks especially those Xenophon And His World (Historia Einzelschriften) looking for a surfaceevel fast paced psychological thriller Although I can t uite put my finger on why I didn t find the characters in this story as compelling as others she has created Perhaps they were too generic and unlikable An easy read and one that will be perfect entertainment while chilling by the pool or beach on summer vacation Many thanks to the publisher for providing my review copy via NetGalley If there is any chance that a boy is out there in trouble and no one is searching for him then I must be that one person The person who cares The person who gets involvedWhatever the cost 2 12 stars I ve been reading Kelley Armstrong s books for almost ten years now and at her best she is such a good comfort read author Cosy thrillers fun paranormal romance strong heroines but unfortunately this one was just average for me I fun paranormal romance strong heroines but unfortunately this one was just average for me I it s because I feel Geography of the Gaze: Urban and Rural Vision in Early Modern Europe like I ve read a few hundred versions of this same plotWherever She Goes was most compelling in the beginning when we are first introduced to Aubrey and discover that she is trying to rebuild herife after a recent divorce Her struggles to be a good mother to her three year old daughter especially constantly being compared to her wealthy got his shit all together ex husband made it emotionally engaging I related to her anxiety the pressure she felt and the doubts she has about whether she will ever be good enoughThen one day she gets pulled into someone else s motherchild drama Well maybe Because even though Aubrey sees the son of a woman she met in the park getting dragged into a man s car the police won t believe her They think she might have imagined it or even exaggerated events for attention When no one reports a missing child the case is pretty much closedExcept Aubrey can t forget about it She never got the woman s name but she s determined to find out who and where she is and hopefully save the boy from his kidnappersAubrey s personal ife was by far the most interesting part of the book because the crimemystery aspect felt very recycled Another case of a woman witnessing a crime and having to go digging herself because the police believe she is hysterical It s yet another The Girl on the Train or The Woman in the Window except in this case I couldn t really understand why the police The Woman in the Window except in this case I couldn t really understand why the police she made it up Even with the absence of evidence their immediate assumption that she was making it up seemed not very believableOf course Aubrey also has a dark past Though I think it is played up than necessary given what it actually is It s not even that excitingThe ending too was a ittle disappointing I was underwhelmed by the reveals and how things turned out view spoilerWere we actually supposed to care about the minor characters hide spoiler I ve not read many of Kelley Armstrong s books but I do enjoy her writing This one pulled
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right in was beginning to suspect Aubrey was going mental Then I kept thinking back to the people in the pizza joint They re what kept me grounded So I really enjoyed this one I should catch up on her other books besides the Rockton series It s a heartbreaking set up for Aubrey. Taken against his will from the park It doesn’t matter that the mother can’t be found It doesn’t matter if no one reported it Aubrey knows he’s missingInstead people uestion her sanity Aubrey hears the whispers She’s a former stay at home mom who doesn’t have primary custody of her daughter so there must be something wrong with her right Others may not understand her decision to walk. ,
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