They’ve stolen your baby.
After waking from an emergency caesarean, you’re dying to see your new baby. But when you’re introduced something is wrong.
This is not your child.
The nurses assure you that the baby is yours.
Your husband believes them. And so does your father.
But how can you be wrong? You’re a doctor. You know how easily mistakes are made.
When everyone is against you, do you trust your instincts?
You know only one thing . . .
You must find your baby.
This book had me gripped from the very begining. It’s such an addictive read that I even favoured it over social media (which is rare for me, I’m a bit of a social media addict!) I read this book in about 4 days. When I wasn’t reading it , I was thinking about it.
The story takes place over 7 days and is set in a hospital but then there are chapters which flash back to the past and are told from Mark (Sasha’s husband) perspective. I really felt sorry for the main character Sasha, as she believes her baby has been swapped and no one is listening to her suspicions – not even her husband ! There was one nurse called Ursula who straight away set alarm bells ringing in my head, I didn’t like or trust this character and whenever I read about her I pictured her as the sea witch Ursula from The Little Mermaid !!
This story had me questioning everyone’s motives from the doctors to Sasha’s family including her dad !! I felt constantly on edge reading this story, feeling as if all was about to be revealed. There are so many twists and turns to the plot that it made the story unputdownable. I highly recommend this book, you will not be disappointed in the slightest.
Thanks to Sam Deacon at Penguin Random House for sending me this arc.