Baby Dear by Linda Huber

Baby Dear is a psychological thriller with all the elements of drama, mystery, and action. The story follows the lives and dreams of Caro, Julie, and Sharon, strangers to each other. But as the plot builds the three find their lives seemingly intertwined with one chord binding them together- a baby.

A man, a woman, and a child- another common theme commonly presented in so many books to represent happy families but ‘Baby Dear’ uses the same relationship to explore the depths of human desire, yearning, insecurities and, the strength of friendship from unexpected quarters.

This story is gripping with a decent build up leading to a climax, needing all the characters to confront the truth of their lives and their deepest fears. Are they monsters, angels or just plain humans. One baby will bring their true selves out…

Read this book to understand where you stand.

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