Jen, a young widow floundering in the storm of mourning, whose only lifeline is her humdrum job, is tossed into a maze of deceit and intrigue. A coworker named Tom - at the request of her late husband, or so Tom says - kidnaps her and fakes her death to keep her safe from the cartel who he thinks caused her husband's "accident."
Together they are thrust into a tempest of danger and deceit where no one is whom they claim to be. The list of people Jen can believe in keeps diminishing. Who can she trust while dodging the Feds, human traffickers. and the press who've discovered she's alive? How will Jen rescue the two held-captive girls she befriends without drowning them, Tom, and herself in the waves of betrayal, especially when she's begun to suspect her husband may not be as dead as everyone thinks?
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POWERFUL MESSAGE AND STORY!
If it was edited...the clicking at the end of parts...and the rough recording in certain places was really irritating....
I am sure there are other books out there about this subject...but I have not listened to them yet...
She does...she gave a good performance...I would give her a B-
No, it too long and drawn out...not a bad book at all, its a good book...just could have been condensed a bit...and for a strong female character Jen is also weak...at times I was like...REALLY?
** I was given a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review **
First off, I want to say I really like a good christian story...I like when people have faith...I like when people find there way back to faith...and this had that!
Jen thinks her husbands dead, and is grieving for him...then all of a sudden she gets wrapped up in this crazy dangerous world...she is kidnapped, drugged, and introduced to the dirty truth...Her husband was not a good man...she is in grave danger and the man who is trying to help her is someone she is not sure she can trust....she turns to God again finally and eventually gets through this...and is actually rewarded in the end in my opinion...This was a good story, decent narration and I liked the happy ending!
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Very well detailed and relevant story.
It isn't my genre, so it's the only reason it doesn't rank high.
I liked the wholesome relationship of the main character and Tom/Travis.
I thought she brought the main character to life and gave her a realist voice. She made me believe that the author was telling the story.
Yes, the ending with the baby and Tom waving to the heroin.
In part two, I thought more research on hospital procedure was needed. There was no routine TPR or blood/urine analysis taken when main character was brought to the hospital after she escaped. Also there rape kit present even though it wasn't needed.