I know Where You Live is the follow on from When The Dust Settles and I recommend that you read it first, the story can be read as a stand-alone, however it is favourable to get a better background on the main characters from the previous book.
I found the story drew me in quickly, and I enjoyed catching up with the main characters and seeing them about to embark on a new situation.
I did find their taking to Sophie happened quickly, however suspend this and sit back and enjoy a rollercoaster of a journey with the family.
Penny and Seth have battled to be where they are, and a journey to a new life seems ideal.
The characters were well written, and I especially did love Ethan, he was so cute and I really felt for him. The Author really did understand the characters from all aspects of their ages, gender and personality.
They came to life extremely well between the pages and the angst, devestation and reality came through, especially being torn in what to confess and what to hold back more so by Penny than the her husband.
A very quick read which I read in two sittings, and the tension at the end of the book had me holding my breath and I was unsure of the outcome right up until I finished the book.
If you are looking for a quick read that keeps you slightly on the edge, set in what sounds like an idyllic setting, then this is for you. An addictive read that really pulled at my heart strings and had me invested in the outcome.