Glory Vigil, newly married, unexpectedly pregnant at 41, is nesting in the home she and her husband, Joseph, have just moved to in Santa Fe, a house that unbeknownst to them is rumored to have a resident ghost. Their adopted daughter, Juniper, is home from college for Thanksgiving and in love for the very first time, quickly learning how a relationship changes everything. But Juniper has a tiny arrow lodged in her heart, a leftover shard from the day eight years earlier when her sister, Casey, disappeared - in a time before she'd ever met Glory and Joseph. When a fieldwork course takes Juniper to a pueblo only a few hours away, she finds herself right back in the past she thought she'd finally buried.
A love story, a family story, a story of searching and the bond between sisters, Finding Casey is a testament to human resilience. This completely stand-alone novel, featuring beloved characters from Solomon's Oak, will charm Mapson's readers and move her into a larger sphere.
Would you try another book from Jo-Ann Mapson and/or Suzie Venable?
Story line was interesting, if a bit predictable. I found myself wanting to know more information about the side characters than was provided...their stories had potential....I sort of felt like it was abridged, but it wasn't.
What do you think your next listen will be?
Science Fiction genre
Which scene was your favorite?
Meeting the neighbor with the horses.
You didn’t love this book... but did it have any redeeming qualities?
Yes. It tells of hardships and how peopple handle them and persevere.
Any additional comments?
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This sequel makes little sense with regard to time, ages & progression. i found the ending ridiculous, like the author just got tired and quit.