Read Only Ever You Online Free - Jill Lassiter’s three-year-old daughter disappears from a playground only to return after 40 frantic minutes, but her mother’s relief is short-lived–there’s a tiny puncture mark on Sophia’s arm. When doctors can find no trace of drugs in her system, Jill accepts she’ll never know what happened, but at least her child is safe.
Except Sophia isn’t. Someone is watching the Lassiter home in an affluent Pennsylvania suburb, infiltrating the family’s personal and professional lives. While Jill struggles to balance building her photography business with parenting high-spirited Sophia, and David is distracted by pressure to make partner at his law firm, both of them are holding on in a marriage that’s already been rocked by loss.
Three months after the incident at the park, Sophia disappears again, but this time Jill and David become the focus of police and media scrutiny and suspicion. Facing every parent’s worst nightmare a second time, Jill discovers that someone doesn’t just want Sophia for her own, she wants to
destroy the entire family.
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August 20, 2017
Jill Lassiter is at the park with her three-year-old daughter, Sophia when she sees a frazzled young mother trying to get one of her children into the swing while holding on to her other child. Jill helps her out and when she looks back just a few moments later, Sophia is nowhere to be found.
March 08, 2016
Thank you Netgalley for my digital copy in exchange for a fair and honest review.
This novel ratcheted my anxiety sky high, as I believe it was intended to. As a mother of littles, it was hard reading about a child being taken, not once, but twice in a 3 month period. This was not a pleasant read,...
March 28, 2016
I think maybe I have read my quota of missing children thrillers lately. Very unlikable characters in this one, plus the circumstances that make up the plot just stuck me as unrealistic. That said I do have to mention, and is why I gave this three stars, that the writing is very good. So will def...
February 24, 2017
Quick review for a quick read. "Only Ever You" by Rebecca Drake is the first novel I've read in this author's bibliography. It was definitely a page turner. I found it difficult to tear myself away from this book wanting to know what happened next in the overarching mystery. The story centers aro...
March 20, 2016
I would like to thank Rebecca Drake, St. Martin's Press, and NetGalley for providing me with an advanced copy of this book in return for an honest review.
The story begins three months before the kidnapping of Sophia Lassiter. She and her mother, Jill, are spending a day in the park when Sophia su...
March 06, 2016
When Jill Lassiter turns her back for a few brief minutes at a public park it begins what is every mother's worst nightmare, Jill's three year old daughter Sophia is missing. The police are called with everyone searching for the little girl but less than an hour later Sophia comes wandering out o...
June 03, 2016
Jill gets the nightmare of her life when her daughter Sophia goes misssing. It took only a second of her looking away to find her child missing from her presence. As any loving mother does, she panics, frantically searching where her innocent child should be. Lurking around the last place she fin...
January 01, 2018
ONLY EVER YOU by Rebecca Drake is a compelling domestic suspense psychological thriller--an emotional saga of a mother’s steadfast love for her daughter. A search for answers and a lovable dog, named Cosmo.
The book opens three months prior, July 2013, in Pittsburgh, PA---Jill Lassiter (profess...
February 28, 2016
Thanks to NetGalley and the publishers for the chance to read this electronic ARC.
“Only Ever You” is a gripping page turner by Rebecca Drake. It starts off with a three year old girl disappearing from a public park. When she is finally discovered, her harried mother Jill is convinced that the ch...
March 06, 2016
Excellent all around. This was a real look at how challenging it is to raise a child. Motherhood is messy and Drake captured the tensions perfectly. It definitely kept you on the edge of your seat for the entire book.