Friday, September 17, 2010

Book #60 - Hearts in Hiding

Hearts in Hiding
Betsy Brannon Green

Blurb: Devastation, betrayal, self-pity, anger- none of these words do any justice to the tangle of emotions Kate Singleton is experiencing. Married just over a year, with a baby on the way, Kate learns that her husband, and FBI agent, is dead. To top it off, the same people who murdered her husband have a contract on her head.

With the help of the FBI, Kate flees with little more that the clothes on her back. And in no time at all, they provide her with new clothes, a new home, a new name, and. . . a new husband.

But this is only the beginning of Kate's adventure. Before it's through, there will be a kidnapping, true love, and enough suspense to keep any reader turning pages long after bedtime. (from Goodreads)
Length:  Medium - 299 pages

Notes:Ok, I first have to say that this is a total LDS book.  There are many "missionary moments" that some people might find kind of corny - but it is definitely LDS fiction.  But it was really entertaining.  Perfect for an audio book because it wasn't really deep, but the story kept you interested.  It was predictable and unpredictable, all at the same time.  A super clean, just fun book.

Random quote :Well, I don't have one! I returned this before I did the review, and I can't find any online!

Recommend:  yes

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