Anne and Marco Conti are the blessed parents of a beautiful little 6-month-old baby, Cora. But Cora is a fussy baby and Anne is having problems with post-mortem depression and Marco’s business is on the skids. There’s a party next door one night but the babysitter cancels. The baby is left home alone, being checked on every half hour by alternating parents. Oh, did I mention the grandparents are filthy rich? Without too much imagination, I’m sure you can figure out what happens next to Cora.
The blurb of this book said it would leave me breathless. It didn’t but it did keep my interest and yes, there were plenty of twists and turns and some surprises as lies and secrets were disclosed. But there wasn’t much depth to the story or characters. I didn’t have much sympathy for any of them except baby Cora and the ending seemed a bit unrealistic to me. It was a light summer read that kept me occupied and interested to see how it all turned out.
This book was given to me by the publisher through First to Read in return for an honest review.