When Laura comes home to settle her mom's estate, the past is waiting for her. Her high school boyfriend still loves her, and her dad who disappeared when she was a child may still be alive.
I loved the hero of the book, Sean. He's strong and steady despite an abusive father. He's still in love with Laura, and I wished the book would have delved into why a little more. It had been a long time since she broke his heart and moved away. What was so special about her?
I liked Laura too, and I think the author did a great job exploring Laura's feelings about her parents and their weaknesses.
The plot is slow and steady at the beginning and then a rush of action at the end to a satisfying conclusion.
I recommend this book to fans of Christian fiction who enjoy a mystery with more character development than action.
I received this book in exchange for my review. My thoughts are my own.