She' s moved forward, but has she really moved ahead?Social worker Sienna St. James is no stranger to setbacks. As far as she is concerned, her estranged husband set her back and off course over a decade ago. Now, she has reclaimed her sense of hope and purpose, set up a new therapy practice, bought a new home, and has finally moved on. Maybe. When a wealthy, secretive new couple she' s counseling pulls her into their very real life-and-death drama, and her long-lost husband' s whereabouts can no longer be ignored, Sienna realizes the truth about what has kept her emotionally frozen and fragile - it' s fear. Ready or not, she has frightening challenges to overcome: a kidnapping, a teenage son who' s gone AWOL, a tired-of-waiting potential new beau, and a journalist who' s made it clear that he' s interested in getting more from her than the breaking news the twists in her life are offering. Torn by professional and personal struggles that have now become a full blown war, Sienna must come face-to-face with her deepest fears - and survive them - before it' s too late.
©2013 Leslie J. Sherrod (P)2013 Recorded Books
After reading the 1st book in the series i have quickly became a fan. i love that the books so far have all been unpredictable and suspenseful. i love it
I found storyline farfetched scattered and
unrealistic the story was not captivating it was aggravating however it was narrated well; but a well enacted bad story is still what it is
The mystery about the summons to the pizzeria.
The suspense of finding Roman.
Bravo performance just like the first one. Switching back and forth between characters seems laborious. Don't know how you do it!
"Richard, No You Di'int!!"
Looking forward to the 3rd and 4th!
This book wasn't in the series wasn't as capturing as the first however I will continue to purchase this author novels. The stories have meaning and purpose and I do enjoy that.
No book is so all over the place. The main character is the silliest women ever.
I don't think so.
I like the narrator. Especially when she is reading other books.
No, no, no
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