It is four days before Christmas, and all is not quiet as the characters you grew to love in The Deadly Series books fight their inner demons and deception and pray for miracles in this action-packed thriller.
Shawn Isaac is a bright five-year-old who has experienced more than his share of domestic violence and abuse. His disappearance on the day he testifies against his father terrifies a county that has already lost three young women to a vicious serial killer. What secret drives him into hiding as a deadly winter snowstorm bears down upon the area, putting those who love him most at risk?
Anne Mason-Brandt escaped the wrath of a vicious serial killer five years before. But the fear she had then is nothing compared to the terror instilled by a life-threatening disease and a secret that could blow her and Michael's happy marriage apart. Is love enough?
Nine months pregnant, Jennifer Brennan-Stone has a secret that will change Blake's and her life forever. She's already lost one baby, and this pregnancy has her on bed rest. Can they find a small boy who doesn't want to be found before it's too late?
Frankie and Lane Hansen are having an up-close-and-personal impact on their finances thanks to a lousy economy. One of them has a secret that could make a bad situation even worse.
Tim Brennan and his wife, Megan, fell in love with their pink Victorian house the first year of their marriage more than 30 years before. As Megan plans to turn their lovely home into a bed-and-breakfast, Tim is unsure he can share his wife, home, and memories with strangers.
©2012 Alexa Grace (P)2015 Audible, Inc.
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"The plight of children"
That little boy will steal your heart whilst breaking it too! Like I'm the previous three novels, I liked the couples who make up the central characters - that is, all except Anne Brandt! After all this time she still does not trust her husband?! Then maybe she doesn't deserve him.
On the whole, the continued development of the central characters and their 'what happens next' stories were enjoyable and made for smiles and tearful grabbing for tissues.
The narrator made the characters real
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