I rated this book 2 stars.
Linsey Hart is a responsible young girl, who days before leaving for college, disappears. There are no clues, and we are taken behind the closed doors, and inside the homes of neighbors, in the search for missing Linsey.
Sometimes the synopsis of the book doesn't exactly match the context of the book. Upon reading the book, I didn't see that Linsey's mother was such a social outcast. Young families are busy and it is what it is! And as far as "secrets" go? I am sure behind every closed door there are many things that are not shared with the outside world. Would they be considered "secrets" or just family matters? Things that just NONE of other people's business. Period.
I didn't particularly care for the writer's style. Too meandering, segueing off into drivel. We were introduced to characters and what goes on behind closed doors. I never felt a real connection to any of the characters. It just fell flat.
I am debating whether I would read another one of this author's books. If I do, I will give it my best shot! But if it starts out like this one did? I will probably not finish it.