Monday, October 6, 2014

Decieved, Irene Hannon

Oh my! This is a book that is so hard to put down!!! Trying to start a new life three years after the tragic death of her husband and son she moves to a new state and town. Then a chance in counter at the local mall turns her world upside down. Was it a simple case of mistaken identity? The aching of a mother's broken heart? The hope of hidden in the shattered dreams? Or was it - possibly - just a miracle - a prayer answered? At any rate Kate can't leave it alone. She must know the truth. She must know the identity of the little boy who's face won't leave her memory. She had to make sure it was not her son. So she hires Connor Sullivan to do some investigating. Thus the story begins. Soon we discover that the boy is in fact Kate's son who was declared dead in a boating accident. Though his father's body was recovered his never was. How unlikely was it that the man who had him had chosen the same state and city as Kate to move to. He, too, hoping to start a new life with carefully constructed lies. This book is filled with twists and turns. The characters jump off the pages. They are incredibly likeable. The story pulls at the heart strings. Irene Hannon has done it once again. Thanks to Revell for this review copy.

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