Chevy Stevens has done it again. Just when I thought she couldn't do better than Still Missing along comes Never Knowing. I loved her first book but think this one is actually way better! There is lots of action and once I started it, I did not want to put it down. I thought the ending was incredible! I give this book a triple WOW factor--it's that good! For sure this will be my book of the month and possibly my best book of this year!
Karen liked it too:
Never Knowing by Chevy Stevens kept me turning pages and not wanting to put this down. It is a suspenseful story about an adopted woman, Sara, who tells her psychiatrist about finding her biological parents. Sara is a single mom who refinishes furniture, has a 6-yr.-old daughter and lives with her fiancee, Evan. Neither Sara’s mother nor father are at all what she had hoped for or expected. Her mother, a college professor, was not happy she tracked her down at all and then Sara found out her biological father is a serial killer still on the loose! Her world gets crazy when he calls her and says he’d like to get to know her. He never knew he had a daughter! This book is gripping, emotional and puzzling. I finished it in just two days and think it would be a great read for a book club. I highly recommend it!
Karen's Favorite: Iron House by John Hart
Iron House by John Hart is a well-written novel that is a combination of suspense, mystery, drama and love. It is about two brothers who lived at an orphanage called “Iron House” until one was adopted by a senator and his wife (Julian), and the other took off on his own to protect his brother (Michael). Michael grew up tough and got into organized crime, but when he fell in love with Elena and wanted to leave to go straight. Giving up killing though wasn’t easy, especially when they didn’t want to let him go.