Never Knowing by Chevy Stevens

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Rating: 3.5/5 stars.

Sara Gallagher has family issues. As an adopted child, her father always showed favoritism to her two naturally conceived sisters. Now, grownup with her own child, Sara’s relationship with her adopted family still isn’t that great. It’s a good thing that she’s getting married to her fiancee, Evan, in a couple of months – and that she loves her daughter, Ally, more than anything in the world. But when Sara attempts to find closure by researching who her birth parents are, she stumbles upon a terrifying truth that puts her and her family in danger.

Never Knowing is a great suspense story. It wasn’t as captivating as Still Missing, but it still had me wondering what was going to happen next and who was really trying to sabotage Sara’s life. If you’re a fan of Chevy Stevens or you enjoy psychological thrillers, I would recommend this book to you.

The one thing that irritated me throughout the entire book was the secondary characters. None of them were likable, not even those who initially seemed like they were on good terms with Sara. While it may have been Sara’s negative perception of her relationships that caused me to feel this way, I wish Stevens had included some characters I actually cared about.

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