One of the hundred books a year I read:

One of the hundred books a year I read:

Joshilyn Jackson Mother May I

Mother May I

Joshilyn Jackson

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Bree Cabot has it all—a loving husband, beautiful children, and a privileged life in Atlanta. Quite the climb from her poor upbringing in rural Georgia.

When she wakes in the middle of the night and sees an old, gray-haired woman outside her window, she’s unnerved, but soon forgets it. When her infant son is kidnapped, though, the woman calls Bree and makes a startling demand—drug her husband’s business party at a large social event.

Following the instructions, she tells no one what has happened—not the police, not her husband, not her friends. When the drugging goes horribly wrong, though, Bree realizes the stakes against her—she may never see her son alive again.

The old woman wants revenge for something that involves the business partner, but maybe her husband isn’t as upstanding as he claims. What happened to cause a woman to go to such lengths? And can Bree successfully rescue her son?

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