Who would you recommend this book to?
Family, Churches, Friends
What did you like most about this book?
I love the fact that it shows the amount of faith the characters had. Wilson didn't give up not once when he was trying to find his sister. The fact that he found love and didn't allow it to stand in the way
of searching for Natasha.
What did you like least about this book?
What I liked the least was some of the sentences were dragged along.
Any suggestions for how this book could have been better?
The book was amazing the way it was. I would suggest the author
didn't drag on the sentences.
What was your overall impression of
Cassandra Baker Durham has delivered a amazing tale of love, wrath, and belief. The story centers on Wilson, a police detective who is very protective of his family, his younger sister, Natasha, and his love interest, Shayla. When Natasha goes missing, it seems like the entire neighborhood is distraught and attempts to find her. Yet, Wilson is the one who takes Natasha's disappearance the hardest. Shayla is always there for Wilson and the rest of the family. Yet Wilson is starting to lose himself in the mayhem of finding his beloved sister Natasha. This book did not disappoint, and I am eagerly awaiting the next in the series.
Reviewed by: Brenda Lang
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