Allison by her own choice had no contact with her mother for two years, and then her mother found out that Allison had been killed in a plane crash.
Maggie had not talked to her daughter since her husband had passed away, knew nothing about her life, and was at a loss to answer questions about her daughter.
Maggie did what every mother would have done to keep in touch, but to no avail, and I admired her for searching out details about her daughter’s life under the circumstances.
Maggie could find no one who knew anything about her daughter or rather anyone who would say anything about her. They became silent when she asked. Maggie wondered what the reason for that was.
Maggie had an inkling that her daughter hadn’t perished in the fiery crash but kept that thought to herself for her own sanity.
We follow Maggie and Allison in alternating chapters both past and present as the story unfolds.
Allison’s life the past two years had been a bit tough at first, and she had a secret that prevented her from her wanting to be found.
The tension mounted on Allison’s side of the story as we find out things about her past, what she was up to, and perhaps the reason for the crash.
FREEFALL keeps you rapidly turning the pages, has good writing, great detail, and enough suspense that you won’t want to put the book down.
Through bits and pieces everything slowly came together, the mystery unraveled, and the intensity of the situations increased.
If you enjoy suspense, secrets, and twists, FREEFALL fits the bill.
It takes a few pages to grab your interest, but be sure you don’t have anything else to do because you won’t be able to put this book down. 5/5
This book was given to me as an ARC by the publisher via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review.