Her One Mistake by Heidi Perks | Review

Her One Mistake | Heidi Perks | Gallery BooksPub: January 8, 2019 | Pages: 320

As I previously mentioned, I usually don’t enjoy books about missing girls/women, but again, I loved this one! The story didn’t go where I thought it was going, which was a great surprise! Especially since I had been reading books about missing children back-to-back, I was not hopeful about this one. I was pleasantly surprised!

Some aspects were predictable, but it didn’t take away the unputdownable and gripping story this book was! There were many clever twists! Even though I didn’t love the ending, it’s a very minor complaint in the grand scheme of this book. Highly recommend!

Thank you to Simon & Schuster Canada for providing me with an electronic ARC of this book via NetGalley. As usual, my reviews are my honest and unbiased opinions.


It all started at the school fair…

Charlotte was supposed to be looking after the children, and she swears she was. She only took her eyes off of them for one second. But when her three kids are all safe and sound at the school fair, and Alice, her best friend Harriet’s daughter, is nowhere to be found, Charlotte panics. Frantically searching everywhere, Charlotte knows she must find the courage to tell Harriet that her beloved only child is missing. And admit that she has only herself to blame.

Harriet, devastated by this unthinkable, unbearable loss, can no longer bring herself to speak to Charlotte again, much less trust her. Now more isolated than ever and struggling to keep her marriage afloat, Harriet believes nothing and no one. But as the police bear down on both women trying to piece together the puzzle of what happened to this little girl, dark secrets begin to surface—and Harriet discovers that confiding in Charlotte again may be the only thing that will reunite her with her daughter....


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