Okay, I went back and picked the book up and kept going. I was greatly surprised at my first reaction., Irene Hannon puts the words down on paper to give you such a thrill in the world of stolen IDs, murder and so many other crimes.
While Kate knew her son as alive, she was still trying to maneuver a new “normal” for herself.
That new normal became her way of life for a few years until one small act of kindness rocker world, in a way she never though existed.
As Kate struggles to come to terms with new information about her family, she also finds friends, new love and a faith that never waivers.
What a great read from Irene Hannon. This book is part of a series, and I was given book three to review, and I will be picking up the other books to read, so I can catch up on the series.
my original post and review:
Not impressed with this book at all. I am not sure if it was from the fact that I hadn’t read the first two, or just couldn’t follow it. There was a LOT of jumping around to me from character to character, and for me. this was a distraction from the real story line.
I LOVED the intro story-line and how it was gripping and so suspenseful, but then, you get into inter workings of relationships and there” is no real “thrill” of the story.
I am on chapter 10 and am putting the book down for now. I just can’t follow it enough to make sense of it. I may try to pick it up again as soon as I can, but for now, this book is going back on the shelf.
I am so sad, because I was looking so forward to this book. Maybe reading the first two books in the series would help.
t is probably me, because again, I have so many memory issues and the jumping around for me was very distracting, however, again, I loved the thrill of the main story-line at the beginning
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