Disclosure: I received a complimentary ebook copy of this book in exchange for my honest review.
A kidnapping shattered their family…
Rena and Grant VanMeter lived every parent’s worst nightmare when their preschool daughter was abducted. Riddled with guilt and hoping time apart would help them heal, Rena made the hardest decision of her life. But stunning news reunites her with Grant. Rosie has been found.
Putting up a united front for their child’s sake isn’t as easy as they thought. Grant hasn’t forgiven Rena for taking her eyes off Rosie for a few critical seconds. And Rena has yet to forgive herself. But their little girl needs them more than ever…
This isn’t your normal romance story which made me enjoy it all that much more.
Rosie was kidnapped at age 3, while in her mom’s care.
Unfortunately, neither Grant nor Rena could move past the blame and separated. But now, 5 years later, they must “put on a front” when Rosie is found and returned home.
They decide that Rena will return to the family home and they will act like they have been a loving, happy, married couple all the while Rosie was missing.
This book brings out a lot of emotions. You can’t choose a side because you can understand each one’s feelings. You can understand Grant’s anger and resentment because it was Rena’s job to watch Rosie. At the same time, you know it could happen to anyone and Rena really isn’t to blame. And then Rosie’s feelings surrounding the entire situation?
It was definitely an emotional rollercoaster.
This was a great, fully family, feel good read that would make a great movie!
About the Author:
With 115 books (nearly 7,000,000 copies in circulation!), best-selling author Loree Lough’s writing style has been compared to Nicholas Sparks and Mary Jo Putney; readers and reviewers call her “a gifted writer whose stories touch hearts and change lives.”
With a long list of industry awards, it isn’t likely this prolific author will ever retire…not even to her cozy li’l cabin in the Allegheny Mountains. She loves to hear from her readers and personally answers every letter sent to http://www.loreelough.com/.