Thursday, March 10, 2022

Review: Moment in Time by Suzanne Redfearn

Moment in Time
by Suzanne Redfearn

Publisher: Lake Union Publishing
Pages: 288
Format: eARC
Buy the Book: Amazon

Goodreads:  It’s been eight years since a tragic accident changed Mo Kaminski’s and Chloe Miller’s lives forever. Now in their midtwenties, they’re sharing an apartment in San Francisco and navigating the normal challenges of early adulthood. Along with their roommate, Hazel, they are making their marks on the world—Mo revolutionizing the news with her media start-up, Hazel using her big brain to anticipate the future, and Chloe rescuing abandoned strays in the city.

But when Hazel disappears after being sexually assaulted, Mo’s and Chloe’s lives are again suddenly ripped apart. And when the perpetrator turns up drugged and beaten, the mystery of where Hazel is deepens. Intensely worried and desperate to discover the truth, they set out to find Hazel and bring her home.

Mo and Chloe are no strangers to tragedy, but this journey will test them in ways they never imagined. The stakes are high; the future uncertain; the need for justice essential.

Will their commitment to their friend bring them closer together—or ultimately drive them apart?

Kritters Thoughts:  Three friends and roommates have been living and loving San Francisco when one night two of the three go out to celebrate a work accomplishment, the one night will change their lives forever.  Mo and Hazel meet up with some of Mo's friends and Hazel is sexually assaulted and Mo and Chloe vow to avenge what happened to her.  

A hard book to read as a serial rapist has gotten away with this so many times due to a "lack of evidence" and to watch these two friends try to find the best solution to help Hazel, but also to find justice.  This book took so many twists and turns and I think I even gasped at one moment!  A story of women friendship, a little mystery and revenge all wrapped up in one cover and ended up being an extremely wild ride.  

I have only read two Suzanne Redfearn's book, but after this one I will automatically read her books, no questions asked!  She created three women characters that were dynamic and interesting and she showed how woman can and do show up for each other for the little and the big things.  While the subject matter was hard to read at times, I kept reading to see how these women would come together to bring evil down.

Rating: definitely a good read, but can't read two in a row

Ebook 2022 Challenge: 16 out of 100

Disclosure of Material Connection:  I received one copy of this book free of charge from the author.  I was not required to write a positive review in exchange for receipt of the book; rather, the opinions expressed in this review are my own.

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