Serra Lanning, known as the Chaste Mormon Model Kara Kukaanei, grew up in Salina, Kansas. She is living a lonely life. Her parents have died and her sister, Brooke, hasn't spoken to her in years. When Brooke shows up with her son in tow and asks Serra to watch him while she and her husband go on vacation to France, Serra's whole life is turned upside down.
Serra's decision to hide from Brooke's in-laws create problems she doesn't anticipate. When the tires to her new SUV are slashed, she knows she has more to fear than having her nephew taken.
©2011 Roseanne Evans Wilkins (P)2013 Roseanne Evans Wilkins
No one. The writing was choppy and the narration was terrible.
I am not sure. I was so excited to find a book that was aimed at an LDS audience so I didn't have to worry about foul language or inappropriate sexual scenes. Now I am just disappointed and will have to try to find something else.
I didn't feel like there was any emotion from the narrator. He might as well have been reading the ingredient list off from a corn flakes box.
Shock. Shock that the writing seemed so childish, so choppy, and so repetitive. Shock that the story was so unrealistic and silly. Complete disappointment
I prefer books that don't have foul language or blatant sexual scenes. They are difficult to find and would hope that audible would search out and offer more Christian or LDS novels. I know that there are those types of novels available that have much better writing and story lines.
I enjoyed the story, the reader was hard to listen to. I think I would have rather read it myself but with how busy I am it is hard to take that time. So I went with the audible version. I am ready for book 2
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