Reviewer: Serena Soape
Date of Release: 9/1/2020
Maggie Dalton was forced to uproot her entire life to protect herself and her son. Just when she thinks she’s outrun her past, she’ll have to face her fears in this emotional and suspenseful novel by the bestselling author of Wish Me Home.
After a year on the move, single mom Maggie Dalton has found a safe haven with her son in Maui. It’s the perfect spot to settle down now that her relentless stalker is finally behind bars. Maggie finds a new job and a new life thanks to some help from her best friend, Quinn, who urged her to come start over in paradise. But when signals suggest her stalker is back, Maggie realizes Maui might not be the safe oasis she thought.
Quinn knows all about facing the past. Tenuously reunited with her biological family after thirty years, she’s still coming to terms with her childhood—along with guilt, secrets, and mysteries yet to be resolved. And just as she’s starting to figure out where she fits in with her family, a name from the past threatens them all.
With that fear comes a choice for both women: abandon the lives they’ve been building on Maui, or find the courage to finally stop running and fight for the happiness they deserve.
The “By the Sea” series by Kay Bratt is one that I have enjoyed tremendously since the first book.
This is the second book in the series and it left me wanting more and I am certainly happy to hear that book 3 is in the works.
There are many dynamic and enchanting characters but Maggie and Quinn are definitely in the spotlight for this novel.
This is definitely a novel with a few twists along the rocky road with so many family things going on.
I definitely felt the beauty of Maui when reading “No Place Too Far”.
The “from the author” at the end provides a glimpse into Kay Bratt’s life – so be sure to read all the way to the end.
I received a copy of this book from the author through Netgalley in exchange for fair and honest review.