Anything for Her
*This review is based on an advanced reading copy. Thank you to Netgalley and the publisher for a chance to read the book in exchange for an honest review*
I don't know if I can explain why I wasn't a fan of this book...
I'm not sure if it was the writing style, or the fact that the story was so unrealistic, or that everything could have been resolved by a simple conversation but no matter the reasoning, it just left me with a bad feeling.
The story was about a dysfunctional family and a missing persons case. Our main character, Louise, is depressed and suicidal after an incident with her daughter referred to as 'that night'. A year after the event, her husband Michael tells her that he's been having an affair with her sister (this didn't add anything to the plot at all I was very confused at the end as to why this was necessary) and he's going to be arrested for money laundering which will leave them with nothing. Obviously, Louise is upset and needs to get away for a while so she stays at the family's country house away from London. A few days later, her daughter goes missing and Louise is getting frightened when clues start showing up at her door.