Sunday, March 23, 2014
This book was given to me in exchange for an honest review from Waterbrook Multnomah. A Christian fiction book, it is also has a side of mystery. This story is about Laura and her return to her hometown, unfortunately, due to his mother's death. This homecoming holds not only the sadness of Laura's mother, but also the chance to reunite with her old high school boyfriend and her best friend, too.
However, rumors are circling the small town that Laura's father, who was presumed dead in a drowning when Laura was a teenager, has been seen on the outskirts of town. Reeling from the death of her mother, Laura sets out, hope against hope that her father may still be alive.
I admit, this took me a little bit of time to get through...however, I am glad I stuck with it. It was part just regular Christian Fiction, but part mystery, too. It kept my attention enough to keep going to find out the mystery part.
I think the author made well rounded characters, because even the side stories were interesting. All in all, I enjoyed this story and I would recommend it.
Thank you to the Blogging for Books program for the copy of this book.