Ethan was abducted at the age of 7 and was raised by a woman who abandoned him years later. At 16 years old, he is reunited with his real parents, younger brother Blake and his sister Gracie who was born after Ethan was kidnapped. The book shows the family's struggle with each other as Ethan re-enters their lives without remembering his past.I enjoyed the beginning of this book which seemed so promising. I felt real bad for Ethan and all that he went through. The family's feelings and reaction seemed realistic for the most part. Blake had some anger issues that were understandable. The problem I had was with the ending. It ended so fast and abrupt where I seriously thought I had missing pages in my ebook. I had to check other reviews to make sure that I wasn't mistaken. The author could have easily added another 20 or so pages to give some closure to the reader. If the ending was meant as a cliffhanger, the way it ended so suddenly does not make me want to pick up another book by this author. This was a solid 3 stars in the beginning but deduct 1 star for the ending.