Release Date: August 11, 2020
Rebecca Grey is recently widowed and caring for her three-month-old son Jackson. She is also coping with a degenerative eye disease that will eventually leave her blind. She is lucky to have a circle of supportive mothers that meet daily at a nearby park. These friends support Rebecca as she raises her child without a spouse and almost no vision.
One day at the park, Rebecca faints. Her friends bring her home to rest and take turns watching Jackson until she feels better. Later when she retrieves Jackson from the crib, she is shocked that the baby does not feel like her son. Rebecca is convinced that someone has switched her baby. Her friends have trouble believing her story and feel that she is suffering from stress and exhaustion. Rebecca won’t give up on finding her son, even if she has to do it alone.
Until I Find You is the third novel by Rea Frey. This novel reminded me of the multitude of feelings when first caring for a newborn and the challenges with making friends. This domestic thriller is satisfying and addictive.