About this Book
An investigator who knows tragic loss firsthand,
and his new client, missing far too long…
Abducted at the age of sixteen and coerced into assisting the Jacoby crime family, Shannon Bliss has finally found a way out. She desperately wants to resume some semblance of normal life, but she also knows she has some unfinished business to attend to. She might have enough evidence to put her captors behind bars for a very long time.
When Shannon contacts private investigator Matthew Dane, a former cop, to help her navigate her reentry into society, he quickly discovers that gaining her freedom doesn’t mean her troubles are over. If the Jacoby family learns she is still alive, they’ll stop at nothing to silence her.
If justice is to be done, and if Shannon’s life is ever to get on track again, Matthew will need to discover exactly what happened to her–even if it means stirring up a hornet’s nest of secrets.
About this Author
Once again Dee Henderson gives us a story of a woman broken in unimaginable but has tremendous inner strength and a man of great integrity. And again I love what she has given the readers. The characters are amazing and the story is strong.
Shannon Bliss has been missing for 11 years, she’s seen a lot of bad and experienced it. Yet she managed to maintain a faith that sustained her in the darkest times. Matthew Dane, retired police officer and father of a daughter who was missing for 8 years. He understands Shannon in ways most people would not. However, this situation with Shannon surfaced some of his personal struggles of faith. He was very real character that struggled understanding why bad things happen to good people.
The story was interesting and I loved how the author integrated characters from her other stories. Although I enjoyed the story there was never real tension in the story. It was a like we were walking the journey with Shannon and Matthew. I enjoyed it I just expected some type of conflict.
Dee Henderson is an amazing storyteller and I would recommend her books to pretty much anyone. However, her books tend to be detailed and packed with information. I wouldn’t call this a “quick” read thought I finished it in less than a week.
Disclaimer: I received this book free from the publisher in exchange for an unbiased and honest review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255.
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