The three main characters, Heidi, Willow and Chris, narrate the story from their own perspectives. On her way into the city, Heidi encounters Willow, a homeless young girl with a baby in tow, and Heidi can't help but be concerned for them. After several chance encounters, Heidi invites Willow and her baby into her home. Needless to say, her husband Chris is not pleased with this turn of events and worries for their safety and that of their 13 year old daughter Zoe.
Each character reveals a little more of themselves and the story as the book unfolds. You quickly realize that everything is not exactly as it seems and no good deed goes unpunished.
If you are looking for an edge of your seat psychological thriller, then I would definitely recommend Pretty Baby. I enjoyed every twist and turn of the story. I look forward to reading more of Mary Kubica's work and have added The Good Girl to my to-read list.
I received this book as part of the BookSparks Summer Reading Challenge in exchange for an honest review.