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Stories for His Glory

Never Let Go by Elizabeth Goddard February 12, 2019

Filed under: Book Reviews,Uncategorized — Melissa Finnegan @ 2:33 pm
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The case may be cold, but things are about to heat up

Forensic genealogist Willow Anderson is following in her late grandfather’s footsteps in her quest for answers about a baby abducted from a hospital more than twenty years ago. When someone makes an attempt on Willow’s life to keep her from discovering the truth, help will come from an unexpected source.

Ex-FBI agent–and Willow’s ex-flame–Austin McKade readily offers to protect the woman he never should have let get away. Together they’ll follow where the clues lead them, even if it means Austin must face the past he’s spent much of his life trying to forget–and put Willow’s tender heart at risk.

My thoughts:

I loved the plot of this book. It starts with the baby being taken and you get to see the abductors perspective and almost see the softer side of this person, but you have no clue who the person is or why they are taking the child, although a reason is hinted at.

I will be honest, beyond that I didn’t care for the book. I think maybe it was just the style of writing didn’t connect with me. I found myself skimming over parts so I could get to the end and see how it all worked out, because I did want to know who did it and why.

As always this is my opinion only. If this book sounds interesting to you I encourage you to read it and form your own opinion.

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A copy of this book was given to me by the publisher. All opinions are my own. 


One Response to “Never Let Go by Elizabeth Goddard”

  1. Dianna Says:

    I just received this one in the mail but haven’t read it yet. Interested to see if I like it. Thanks for the honest review!

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