Some things are better left unknown.
Sara Gallagher never felt like she belonged in her family, probably because she didn’t. Sara was adopted, making her feel like the “odd man out” in comparison to her adopted parents’ two biological daughters.
A sense of restlessness and ill fit made Sara wonder who her birth parents were and why they gave her up for adoption.
As an adult with a child of her own, Sara researches her past and finds her birth mother. After locating her mother, she discovers a truth better left unknown. Her mother was the only victim ever to escape Sara’s father. Sara is the product of her mother’s rape and the daughter of a notorious serial killer.
The only thing left unknown is whether Sara’s father knows about her.
In Never Knowing by Chevy Stevens, Sara’s tries to uncover her past and, once she knows the truth, tries to return it to hiding.
The book is a page-turning thriller that’s worth the read. It kept me up all night because I couldn’t wait to read what happened next.
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