I was fortunate enough to be asked to read aloud a few chapters of this book while I was subbing for the Special Education Department at the High School and it just happened to be Read Aloud Day! Nifty.
And then I was firmly entrenched in the story and just had to find out what happens next but they wouldn’t let me take a book home with me so I had to wait until I was subbing again the next week.
But was mildly upset with the ending. Such a cliff-hanger and obvious setup for the next book. Boo.
Still, it was quick and engaging and I enjoyed the chance to read while at work AND help with the students.
Synopsis: A happy daydreaming young girl sees her face on one of the milk cartons at school lunch and it sends her into quite a tizzy with the What Ifs. What if her loving parents kidnapped her? Does she have another “REAL” family? Are these new flashback memories TRUTH? Why won’t her mother let her see her birth certificate?
Her awesome boyfriend-next-door is adorable and he helps her ‘face’ the dilemmas.
Will I be reading on? Probably not. I’m just like that. “Book One of a Series and Done.” It’s how I roll…