Kindle Edition è Pretty Baby MOBI Þ

Kindle Edition è Pretty Baby MOBI Þ


Pretty Baby [Epub] ➞ Pretty Baby By Mary Kubica – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk A chance encounter sparks an unrelenting web of lies in this stunning new psychological thriller from national bestselling author Mary KubicaShe sees the teenage girl on the train platform standing in A chance encounter sparks an unrelenting web of lies in this stunning new psychological thriller from national bestselling author Mary KubicaShe sees the teenage girl on the train platform standing in the pouring rain clutching an infant in her arms She boards a train and is whisked away But she can't get the girl out of her headHeidi Wood has always been a charitable woman she works for a nonprofit takes in stray cats Still her husband and daughter are horrified when Heidi returns home one day with a young woman named Willow and her four month old baby in tow Disheveled and apparently homeless this girl could be a criminal—or worse But despite her family's objections Heidi invites Willow and the baby to take refuge in their homeHeidi spends the next few days helping Willow get back on her feet but as clues into Willow's past begin to surface Heidi is forced to decide how far she's willing to go to help a stranger What starts as an act of kindness uickly spirals into a story far twisted than anyone could have anticipated.

  • Kindle Edition
  • 381 pages
  • Pretty Baby
  • Mary Kubica
  • English
  • 20 September 2015

About the Author: Mary Kubica

Mary Kubica is the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of many novels She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Miami University in Oxford Ohio in History and American Literature Mary lives outside of Chicago with her husband and two children.



10 thoughts on “Pretty Baby

  1. Diane S ☔ Diane S ☔ says:

    A mixed read for me I admire the structure of the plot the slow unraveling and dissembling of the storyline timed with the mental unraveling of a few of the main characters But the slowness of the plot and also the fact that I really did not much like these characters was also a stumbling block Did feel sorry for Willow at times but there was just something that kept me from immersing myself into these characters stories I have read other books where I didn't care for the characters and still liked the book and I liked this one but just okay It was very well written but I just expected ARC from NetGalley

  2. Melissa ♥ Dog/Wolf Lover ♥ Martin Melissa ♥ Dog/Wolf Lover ♥ Martin says:

    Reread for book challenge Still enjoyed it ••••••••••••••This book is sad on so many levels it's unreal The thing is so many of the things that happen in this book actually happen in the real world We live in a world that loses track of people loses track of what's right loses track of it's humanity Just from reading this book makes me think that people need to wake up and look around just a little bit Have a little bit compassion with things in the world slow down stop rushing and pushing things aside The woman rolls her eyes closes the file before her and says to me This alleged sexual abuse Tell me about that This book is a great psychological thriller you don't have a clue what is going to happen or what happened until the author lets you in lets out snippets of the story until the bitter end The story is told from three POV there is Willow Heidi and Chris all telling their parts of the story how they are feeling what's happening with them I thought that was great Pretty Baby is definitely not what I thought it was going to be the author took it somewhere else The first time I see her she is standing at the Fullerton Station on the train platform clutching an infant in her arms She braces herself and the baby as the purple line express soars past and out to Linden It's the 8th of April forty eight degrees and raining The rain lurches down from the sky here there and everywhere the wind untamed and angry A bad day for hair Happy Reading Mel 🖤🐶🐺🐾

  3. Elyse Walters Elyse Walters says:

    Mary Kubica has written an intense tightly plotted novel with than one surprisingturn of events I personally think this is a stronger interesting thought provoking novel that her debut The Good Girl Chris is an investment bankercares a lot about money who has the mostand how can he continue to get He and his family live in Chicago One of the things which attracted him to Heidi before marriage was she cared about the 'lack of money' caring about the 'haves not's' in the world Heidi works for a non profit agency teaching adult literacy to low income immigrants who have been granted asylum from Asia Mumbai etc Chris thinks Heidi is a little over involved in their 12 year old daughters lifefor a teen girl going through her tumultuous years Zoe is their only child She attends a private Catholic School near by and a newly vegetarian dad definitely prefers meat Chris's comments about food in this story were my 'laughing moments' Cutefamily dad personality of a little sarcasm I liked his character Chris continues to remind us about what type of wife he married Heidi recycles everything to a faultcans bottles batteries aluminum foil newspapers remnantsreturns hangers to the dry cleanersand spiders are relocated rather than killed Heidi will take in homeless cats Every neglected mistreated overlooked ignoredabandon forgotten emaciated abused derelict creature on God's green earth is Heidi's concern Willow is a young girl18 16 or or 15 hanging around and underneath the train tracks it's heavy April rains She's shivering wearing torn jeans an army green coat lace up bootssitting on the cold wet concrete near garbage cans rocking her crying baby against her chest With a little persuasion Heidi treats Willow to a meal at the diner In time Willow baby 'Ruby' are guests living with Heidi Chris and Zoe in their home Don't you want to know what happens next??? Was Heidi crazy for bringing a 'stray' girl and baby into their home? How do you imagine Chris and Zoe react? Aren't you curious of where Willow came from? What's her story?? and why this turns into a mystery thriller novel? I'm not telling The writing and pacing is excellent The story itself is damn Good You'll meet many other memorable charactersGraham metrosexual neighbor freelance writer for websites by day fiction writer early mornings Jennifer Taylor mother daughter Best friends with Heidi Zoe Cassidy Knudson Bright sexy every guys fantasy works with Chris and the other guysHenry Tom at his office Tensionssexual energy run high with Cassidy new on board creates conflicts for Chris and Heidi They take travel business trips together hmmm??? She is freaking genius not awkward or nerdy tall thin pencil skirts 3inch heels looks 'risue' More charactersLouise Flores Silver Hair ladyMrs Amber AdlerJoseph Miriam Matthew Isaac Lilly A favorite children's book Ann of Green GablesLovely Memory Game of I love You's which will make sense when you read this book I love you like a suirrel loves nutsI love you like a mouse likes cheeseI love you like a fat boy loves cakeI love you like cinnamon loves sugarI love you like peanut butter loves jelly I love you like bees love honey EVERY character is memorablewonderful descriptive engaging writingor how do you think I would have remember everything I wrote for this review if it were not great?As long as this review is I gave away ZERO spoilersThis is one of the most intelligent subjects for a mystery thriller I've read in a long time I can't applaud Mary Kubica enough I really didn't care for her first novel I didn't respect the subject and felt the ending was silly Yet If you look at my other review I said I wanted to read this author again Sure glad I did I have my friend Judy to thank also This novel is terrific It has integrity which fits the story sometimes not easy to do with mystery thrillers Imo Thank you to Harleuin publishing Netgalley and Congratulations to Mary Kubica

  4. j e w e l s j e w e l s says:

    So much talking so many wordsWHERE'S THE ACTION? IS THERE A PLOT? I'm really shocked this is so incredibly slow I've been kicking myself for the last year for not reading any Kubica I've heard people rave about her books Well not me I don't even care if PRETTY BABY is not as good as her other books I'm done I'm getting old and cranky and out of patience for mealy mouthed novels Sorry Kubica fans It's me not you

  5. Andrew Smith Andrew Smith says:

    Heidi lives in Chicago with her busy corporate lawyer husband and young teenage daughter Her husband describes her as a ‘bleeding heart’ and she spends her days looking after the needs of immigrants many of whom don't speak any English She had always wanted a large family but some years ago serious illness had brought an end to this dreamOne day as she travels to work she spots a girl on the platform with a baby It's biting cold and Heidi worries they look ill euipped to survive in such an environment As days pass Heidi eventually spots the pair again this time in the local library The scene setting was well done and in the audio version I listened to the alternating voices of the three main protagonists Heidi her husband and the girl with the baby worked really well Certainly the tension built as Heidi first made contact with the girl offering her help and then brought her into her home to provide temporary respite There are several other elements to this tale and on the whole it is very well executed It’s interesting to watch the story develop from the separate points of view and in truth I didn't see the ending coming That said I'm not sure I found the conclusion of the story totally satisfying Others might disagree of course and that's the beauty of books and stories in general But overall I did enjoy this one and would recommend in to fans of thrillers in general and psychological thrillers in particular

  6. Catherine McKenzie Catherine McKenzie says:

    This book had me on the edge of my seat from the first page I think I might have liked it than The Good Girl and that's saying something Complex characters a woven plot that braids perfectly in the end do yourself a favour and read this book

  7. Blaine Blaine says:

    One of my 2020 reading challenges has a category to read a book by “an author you previously disliked” I greatly disliked Mary Kubica’s first novel The Good Girl but there’s no doubting that she’s a very successful author So I decided to read Pretty Baby for this category genuinely hoping that I’d see what all her other fans see But that didn’t happen It’s not uite as bad as her debut novel but this book has many of the same flawsFirst there’s not much of a plot and the story moves painfully slowly It’s just boring for long stretches before finally picking up in the final pages The book is told from three first person perspectives Willow’s story is the hardest to know what to make of because it’s almost all backstory and she regularly tells the reader that she’s not being truthful You can never never be sure you believe her which softens the pain of her trauma and makes her less sympathetic than she should be Heidi’s story started as a cliché but it got so bizarre that it was ultimately the most interesting part of the novel Again the final pages made you realize in an unsatisfying way that the story you thought you’d been reading wasn’t really what you’d been reading but it was compellingThe majority of my ire though was reserved for the portions of the story narrated by Heidi’s husband Chris For a novel not on its face about a couple considering a divorce I don’t know that I’ve ever read about a couple in need of one He spends most of the book PG 13 lusting after a co worker Chris has long stopped being in love with Heidi and he regularly speaks about her with undisguised contempt Want a sample of how he’s the literal worst? Here’s Chris thinking about HIS OWN 12 YEAR OLD DAUGHTERI cringe I hate that word Menstruating Menstruation Menstrual flow The idea of my daughter wearing tampons or me having to hear about it for that matter fills me with dreadIt would be one thing if Chris was positioned as the villain but he’s not It’d be another thing if the book was about how he psychologically abused his daughter but she’s mostly an afterthought throughout the book It’s just him campaigning for Father of the Year I guessFor every popular author you just adore who you think you would give 5 stars to if they published a grocery list there must be another popular author you just don’t get whose books you can only suffer through like nails on a chalkboard A lot of people disagree with me so take everything I’ve said here and in my other review with a pile of salt but I just don’t get the appeal of Ms Kubica’s books I find them to be a parody of better written better plotted psychological thrillers If I get a future reading challenge to read an author I previously disliked I’m picking someone else Not recommended

  8. Jennifer Jennifer says:

    Pretty Baby is a standalone psychological thriller written by Mary Kubica This story is told through three perspectives Heidi her husband Chris and Heidi's newest charity case Willow I loved Heidi's character when I began this book She has the biggest heart and just wants to help everyone despite her family's eye rolls Willow on the other hand appears deeply troubled homeless and eerily mysterious worst of all she is clearly unable to appropriately care for her baby Obviously Willow is in desperate need of Heidi's help Oh boyThat's the thing about psychological thrillers They mess with your headthey make you think one thing and then flip what you thought you knew upside down I won't spoil anything but if you have a reading experience similar to mine you'll have a pretty good idea where this story is heading as it slowly progresses The big moment at least what I perceived as the big moment still made my jaw drop so for that I am grateful to Ms Kubica Themes of child abuse a failing dependency system mentalbehavioral health and marriage and family stressors were front and center and the emotions they solicited were fairly palpable The characters are well developed and complex as all get out In terms of characters versus plot the strength of this book lies in the characters for sureIn my opinion this storyline flowed much too slowly for my personal taste to the point I was beginning to lose patience After a heavy amount of “hurry up and get there” suddenly it was there and then it ended Maybe this style was chosen to elevate the suspense factor but it didn't uite work for me I paused the book often and didn't feel much urgency to pick it up when timing permitted Based on ratings I'm seeing I seem to be in the minority but felt it was worth mentioning in an effort to provide an honest review Regardless I liked Pretty Baby overall and would recommend it to fans of Mary Kubica or character driven psychological thrillers in general Ever since reading The Good Girl I've been keeping an eye out for Ms Kubica's next release and I will continue to do so Check her out My favorite uote I imagined those kids out that window the kids with the bikes and the chalk and their own mommas and daddies telling them never to play with Isaac and Matthew 'cause they were weird Not to talk to Joseph because he was an odd duck and then later when all was said and done it would be those mommas and daddies who told police that they felt something wasn't uite right Something they couldn't put their finger on But they didn't do a thing about it01262016Hmmmmprocessing processing processing

  9. Riley Riley says:

    DNF at 50%This was just very boring

  10. Carol Carol says:

    The Hook Kubica’s debut The Good Girl was promising so I decided to see what she was up to now The Line – ”We’re like the wheels of a car in sync but also independent”The Sinker – Told from multi character point of view Pretty Baby begins its slow build of tension when Heidi spots a teen girl standing on the train platform at Fullerton station ”Clutching an infant in her arms” Just that word clutch gives you an idea of the edginess to come Heidi is at first curious about the teen and baby and when she encounters them again curiosity becomes than that Working for a nonprofit that helps young women Heidi has a great deal of experience with those in need so it seems natural for her to take Willow under her wing But there’s a difference from providing assistance through the system than taking in a homeless stranger and her child into your home You just know something is going to derail but are not certain exactly what Hearing everyone's story Heidi along with family Chris and Zoe plus Willow and baby Ruby unfold makes for a good psychological read Not an easy book to describe without spoilers Pretty Baby took me on a different kind of ”girl on a train” I liked it much better than that other trip 375 stars rounding up to 4 – Kubica's got my attention

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10 thoughts on “Pretty Baby

  1. Diane S ☔ Diane S ☔ says:

    A mixed read for me I admire the structure of the plot the slow unraveling and dissembling of the storyline timed with the mental unraveling of a few of the main characters But the slowness of the plot and also the fact that I really did not much like these characters was also a stumbling block Did feel sorry for Willow at times but there was just something that kept me from immersing myself into these characters stories I have read other books where I didn't care for the characters and still liked the book and I liked this one but just okay It was very well written but I just expected ARC from NetGalley

  2. Melissa ♥ Dog/Wolf Lover ♥ Martin Melissa ♥ Dog/Wolf Lover ♥ Martin says:

    Reread for book challenge Still enjoyed it ••••••••••••••This book is sad on so many levels it's unreal The thing is so many of the things that happen in this book actually happen in the real world We live in a world that loses track of people loses track of what's right loses track of it's humanity Just from reading this book makes me think that people need to wake up and look around just a little bit Have a little bit compassion with things in the world slow down stop rushing and pushing things aside The woman rolls her eyes closes the file before her and says to me This alleged sexual abuse Tell me about that This book is a great psychological thriller you don't have a clue what is going to happen or what happened until the author lets you in lets out snippets of the story until the bitter end The story is told from three POV there is Willow Heidi and Chris all telling their parts of the story how they are feeling what's happening with them I thought that was great Pretty Baby is definitely not what I thought it was going to be the author took it somewhere else The first time I see her she is standing at the Fullerton Station on the train platform clutching an infant in her arms She braces herself and the baby as the purple line express soars past and out to Linden It's the 8th of April forty eight degrees and raining The rain lurches down from the sky here there and everywhere the wind untamed and angry A bad day for hair Happy Reading Mel 🖤🐶🐺🐾

  3. Elyse Walters Elyse Walters says:

    Mary Kubica has written an intense tightly plotted novel with than one surprisingturn of events I personally think this is a stronger interesting thought provoking novel that her debut The Good Girl Chris is an investment bankercares a lot about money who has the mostand how can he continue to get He and his family live in Chicago One of the things which attracted him to Heidi before marriage was she cared about the 'lack of money' caring about the 'haves not's' in the world Heidi works for a non profit agency teaching adult literacy to low income immigrants who have been granted asylum from Asia Mumbai etc Chris thinks Heidi is a little over involved in their 12 year old daughters lifefor a teen girl going through her tumultuous years Zoe is their only child She attends a private Catholic School near by and a newly vegetarian dad definitely prefers meat Chris's comments about food in this story were my 'laughing moments' Cutefamily dad personality of a little sarcasm I liked his character Chris continues to remind us about what type of wife he married Heidi recycles everything to a faultcans bottles batteries aluminum foil newspapers remnantsreturns hangers to the dry cleanersand spiders are relocated rather than killed Heidi will take in homeless cats Every neglected mistreated overlooked ignoredabandon forgotten emaciated abused derelict creature on God's green earth is Heidi's concern Willow is a young girl18 16 or or 15 hanging around and underneath the train tracks it's heavy April rains She's shivering wearing torn jeans an army green coat lace up bootssitting on the cold wet concrete near garbage cans rocking her crying baby against her chest With a little persuasion Heidi treats Willow to a meal at the diner In time Willow baby 'Ruby' are guests living with Heidi Chris and Zoe in their home Don't you want to know what happens next??? Was Heidi crazy for bringing a 'stray' girl and baby into their home? How do you imagine Chris and Zoe react? Aren't you curious of where Willow came from? What's her story?? and why this turns into a mystery thriller novel? I'm not telling The writing and pacing is excellent The story itself is damn Good You'll meet many other memorable charactersGraham metrosexual neighbor freelance writer for websites by day fiction writer early mornings Jennifer Taylor mother daughter Best friends with Heidi Zoe Cassidy Knudson Bright sexy every guys fantasy works with Chris and the other guysHenry Tom at his office Tensionssexual energy run high with Cassidy new on board creates conflicts for Chris and Heidi They take travel business trips together hmmm??? She is freaking genius not awkward or nerdy tall thin pencil skirts 3inch heels looks 'risue' More charactersLouise Flores Silver Hair ladyMrs Amber AdlerJoseph Miriam Matthew Isaac Lilly A favorite children's book Ann of Green GablesLovely Memory Game of I love You's which will make sense when you read this book I love you like a suirrel loves nutsI love you like a mouse likes cheeseI love you like a fat boy loves cakeI love you like cinnamon loves sugarI love you like peanut butter loves jelly I love you like bees love honey EVERY character is memorablewonderful descriptive engaging writingor how do you think I would have remember everything I wrote for this review if it were not great?As long as this review is I gave away ZERO spoilersThis is one of the most intelligent subjects for a mystery thriller I've read in a long time I can't applaud Mary Kubica enough I really didn't care for her first novel I didn't respect the subject and felt the ending was silly Yet If you look at my other review I said I wanted to read this author again Sure glad I did I have my friend Judy to thank also This novel is terrific It has integrity which fits the story sometimes not easy to do with mystery thrillers Imo Thank you to Harleuin publishing Netgalley and Congratulations to Mary Kubica

  4. j e w e l s j e w e l s says:

    So much talking so many wordsWHERE'S THE ACTION? IS THERE A PLOT? I'm really shocked this is so incredibly slow I've been kicking myself for the last year for not reading any Kubica I've heard people rave about her books Well not me I don't even care if PRETTY BABY is not as good as her other books I'm done I'm getting old and cranky and out of patience for mealy mouthed novels Sorry Kubica fans It's me not you

  5. Andrew Smith Andrew Smith says:

    Heidi lives in Chicago with her busy corporate lawyer husband and young teenage daughter Her husband describes her as a ‘bleeding heart’ and she spends her days looking after the needs of immigrants many of whom don't speak any English She had always wanted a large family but some years ago serious illness had brought an end to this dreamOne day as she travels to work she spots a girl on the platform with a baby It's biting cold and Heidi worries they look ill euipped to survive in such an environment As days pass Heidi eventually spots the pair again this time in the local library The scene setting was well done and in the audio version I listened to the alternating voices of the three main protagonists Heidi her husband and the girl with the baby worked really well Certainly the tension built as Heidi first made contact with the girl offering her help and then brought her into her home to provide temporary respite There are several other elements to this tale and on the whole it is very well executed It’s interesting to watch the story develop from the separate points of view and in truth I didn't see the ending coming That said I'm not sure I found the conclusion of the story totally satisfying Others might disagree of course and that's the beauty of books and stories in general But overall I did enjoy this one and would recommend in to fans of thrillers in general and psychological thrillers in particular

  6. Catherine McKenzie Catherine McKenzie says:

    This book had me on the edge of my seat from the first page I think I might have liked it than The Good Girl and that's saying something Complex characters a woven plot that braids perfectly in the end do yourself a favour and read this book

  7. Blaine Blaine says:

    One of my 2020 reading challenges has a category to read a book by “an author you previously disliked” I greatly disliked Mary Kubica’s first novel The Good Girl but there’s no doubting that she’s a very successful author So I decided to read Pretty Baby for this category genuinely hoping that I’d see what all her other fans see But that didn’t happen It’s not uite as bad as her debut novel but this book has many of the same flawsFirst there’s not much of a plot and the story moves painfully slowly It’s just boring for long stretches before finally picking up in the final pages The book is told from three first person perspectives Willow’s story is the hardest to know what to make of because it’s almost all backstory and she regularly tells the reader that she’s not being truthful You can never never be sure you believe her which softens the pain of her trauma and makes her less sympathetic than she should be Heidi’s story started as a cliché but it got so bizarre that it was ultimately the most interesting part of the novel Again the final pages made you realize in an unsatisfying way that the story you thought you’d been reading wasn’t really what you’d been reading but it was compellingThe majority of my ire though was reserved for the portions of the story narrated by Heidi’s husband Chris For a novel not on its face about a couple considering a divorce I don’t know that I’ve ever read about a couple in need of one He spends most of the book PG 13 lusting after a co worker Chris has long stopped being in love with Heidi and he regularly speaks about her with undisguised contempt Want a sample of how he’s the literal worst? Here’s Chris thinking about HIS OWN 12 YEAR OLD DAUGHTERI cringe I hate that word Menstruating Menstruation Menstrual flow The idea of my daughter wearing tampons or me having to hear about it for that matter fills me with dreadIt would be one thing if Chris was positioned as the villain but he’s not It’d be another thing if the book was about how he psychologically abused his daughter but she’s mostly an afterthought throughout the book It’s just him campaigning for Father of the Year I guessFor every popular author you just adore who you think you would give 5 stars to if they published a grocery list there must be another popular author you just don’t get whose books you can only suffer through like nails on a chalkboard A lot of people disagree with me so take everything I’ve said here and in my other review with a pile of salt but I just don’t get the appeal of Ms Kubica’s books I find them to be a parody of better written better plotted psychological thrillers If I get a future reading challenge to read an author I previously disliked I’m picking someone else Not recommended

  8. Jennifer Jennifer says:

    Pretty Baby is a standalone psychological thriller written by Mary Kubica This story is told through three perspectives Heidi her husband Chris and Heidi's newest charity case Willow I loved Heidi's character when I began this book She has the biggest heart and just wants to help everyone despite her family's eye rolls Willow on the other hand appears deeply troubled homeless and eerily mysterious worst of all she is clearly unable to appropriately care for her baby Obviously Willow is in desperate need of Heidi's help Oh boyThat's the thing about psychological thrillers They mess with your headthey make you think one thing and then flip what you thought you knew upside down I won't spoil anything but if you have a reading experience similar to mine you'll have a pretty good idea where this story is heading as it slowly progresses The big moment at least what I perceived as the big moment still made my jaw drop so for that I am grateful to Ms Kubica Themes of child abuse a failing dependency system mentalbehavioral health and marriage and family stressors were front and center and the emotions they solicited were fairly palpable The characters are well developed and complex as all get out In terms of characters versus plot the strength of this book lies in the characters for sureIn my opinion this storyline flowed much too slowly for my personal taste to the point I was beginning to lose patience After a heavy amount of “hurry up and get there” suddenly it was there and then it ended Maybe this style was chosen to elevate the suspense factor but it didn't uite work for me I paused the book often and didn't feel much urgency to pick it up when timing permitted Based on ratings I'm seeing I seem to be in the minority but felt it was worth mentioning in an effort to provide an honest review Regardless I liked Pretty Baby overall and would recommend it to fans of Mary Kubica or character driven psychological thrillers in general Ever since reading The Good Girl I've been keeping an eye out for Ms Kubica's next release and I will continue to do so Check her out My favorite uote I imagined those kids out that window the kids with the bikes and the chalk and their own mommas and daddies telling them never to play with Isaac and Matthew 'cause they were weird Not to talk to Joseph because he was an odd duck and then later when all was said and done it would be those mommas and daddies who told police that they felt something wasn't uite right Something they couldn't put their finger on But they didn't do a thing about it01262016Hmmmmprocessing processing processing

  9. Riley Riley says:

    DNF at 50%This was just very boring

  10. Carol Carol says:

    The Hook Kubica’s debut The Good Girl was promising so I decided to see what she was up to now The Line – ”We’re like the wheels of a car in sync but also independent”The Sinker – Told from multi character point of view Pretty Baby begins its slow build of tension when Heidi spots a teen girl standing on the train platform at Fullerton station ”Clutching an infant in her arms” Just that word clutch gives you an idea of the edginess to come Heidi is at first curious about the teen and baby and when she encounters them again curiosity becomes than that Working for a nonprofit that helps young women Heidi has a great deal of experience with those in need so it seems natural for her to take Willow under her wing But there’s a difference from providing assistance through the system than taking in a homeless stranger and her child into your home You just know something is going to derail but are not certain exactly what Hearing everyone's story Heidi along with family Chris and Zoe plus Willow and baby Ruby unfold makes for a good psychological read Not an easy book to describe without spoilers Pretty Baby took me on a different kind of ”girl on a train” I liked it much better than that other trip 375 stars rounding up to 4 – Kubica's got my attention

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