My favourite Melissa Foster book so far,
This review is from: Where Petals Fall (Kindle Edition)
On paper Junie has it all, a handsome husband, a beautiful daughter and a successful career but things are not quite what they seem, something is seriously wrong with four-year-old Sarah who suddenly stopped talking and has regressed to the behaviours of a toddler. None of the doctors they have taken Sarah to see have been able to diagnose what is wrong with her which is putting a huge strain on Junie's marriage to Brian as they disagree with how to get through to Sarah.
And to make matters worse she is also having to deal with the sudden death of her father but when she returns home to support her mother she starts getting flashbacks of her childhood friend Ellen, Brian's sister, who disappeared when she was just seven years old and has never been found. She starts to wonder is she going mad as none of the visions make any sense to her, what do they mean and why is she starting to see them now all these years later?
This was an extremely well-written story that draws you into the drama and if you're like me you won't want to put it down until you get to the bottom of the mystery surrounding what caused Sarah's regression and the eventful truth about what happened to Ellen all those years ago. Where Petals Fall is definitely my favourite Melissa Foster book to date and I can't wait to read more of her books in the future.