Gilly sometimes has dreams. She was in the third grade when she dreamed that her best friend's brother was going to be shot in a hunting accident. She spoke up, told her best friend. It didn't happen. She lost her best friend.
She dreamed later on in life that her husband, Brian, was going to be shot in robbery. He was.
Now trying to move on, she has moved to a new town, lost her architectural business and is now working as a waitress in a small town cafe. One of her customers is a four year old little girl, Zoe, that Gilly adores. She makes her animal pancakes every Wednesday. One day Gilly dreams that Zoe is taken by a woman in a metallic blue sedan. Her legs go dead beneath her the next day when it actually happens.
The disappearance of Zoe brings everyone, good and bad, out of the woodwork when that dream is revealed on TV.
What follows is a suspenseful plot twisted story that brings Gilly's past front and center.
An excellent read that I just sped through and could not put down.
Thanks to Lake Union Publishing and Net Galley for providing me with a free e-galley in exchange for an honest, unbiased review.