I enjoyed this book for the most part. A good mystery about missing teenage girls who were lured by a predator under the guise of a modeling recruiter. Only two criticisms: The daughter says "I'm playing 'Indian'" (this antiquated term should no longer be used to refer to First Nations/Aboriginals/Native Americans. The characters also joke that their loved ones are looking down on them from Heaven knowing what's happening in their lives: I would argue that this concept is not biblically supported.
INTENSE is the best way I know to describe this book! I'm a huge fan of Lynette Eason's books and have been looking forward to dive into some of her older books for a while. Too Close to Home was a great book, with lots of action, and plenty of details that pulled me further into the story. It was hard for me to put the book down. My only regret is that I waited so long (years!) to read this book! [4.5 stars]