I'll Find You
by Nancy Bush
Paperback, 416 pages
Published June 24th 2014 by Zebra (first published January 1st 2014)
Goodreads synopsis: Callie Cantrell has only fragmented memories of the car accident that killed her husband and son. One year later, she's still trying to start over, yet she can't shake her unease. Especially when former LA cop West Laughlin barges into her life, searching for his young nephew. (There is a lot more to the plot but I don't want to spoil you too much. I mean, where is the fun in that?) :)
This book started off a bit slow but after about the 20% mark it started to pick up. There were a lot of viewpoints to consider during this book. So it took me a hot minute to figure out who the stars of the show, so to speak, were. Callie looks like Teresa and this is a crucial tid bit to remember when reading this book. This is very well plotted and no one is left out. Every minor character is important in some way. And that is hard to do in most mystery series. I enjoyed the play between West and Callie. I wondered about the sanity of Andre "The Messiah" and his "handmaidens". Who would knowingly sign up for such a gig? I mean... really?
The plot kept me interested throughout and just when you thought it was about over, someone else dies and throws you off balance.
Definitely loved it. I gave it 4.75 stars only taking off a bit for the slowness of the beginning. Definitely check this one out if you like mystery!
I received this as an ARC (Advanced Reader Copy) from Net Galley in return for an honest review.