Her background as a reporter makes hiding her head in the sand impossible, and she decides to track down the Bravermans and see if Will is indeed the child that was taken from them several years ago. There are several complications, including a co-worker who is after her job, a boss who she has fallen for and a father who announces he is about to elope.
This story is bound to rip at the heart of any parent and was difficult to read at times. Scottoline plays more toward emotion than realism at times, but this isn't a story that can be written without heavy emotional involvement. I figured out most of the story early on, but it was fun proving myself right as the tale progressed. I haven't read too many of this author's many books, but I might look for another one after finishing Look Again. More of a women's novel, it was well written and keeps the reader turning pages until the very end.
Publisher - St. Martin's Griffin
Date of Publication - February 9, 2010