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Sunday, 7 July 2013
Lover's Knot by Emilie Richards
This is the first book I have read by this author, but it won't be my last.
This appears to be the third in a series. I obviously have not read the other two, but that didn't detract from the storyline in the book.
Kendra, thinks she is happily married. A journalist suffering from a severe bout of the flu is waiting for her husband, Isaac to stop by the pharmacy and pick up her antibiotics. When she notices that the pharmacy is due to close she dresses and headed into town to fetch her prescription.
On the way back to her car she is held up at gunpoint and in almost a heartbeat her life and that of Isaac's will never be the same.
After her immediate recover Kendra makes the decision to go and live peacefully at the old cabin that Isaac has inherited from his birth Grandmother. She takes a few possessions and the Lover's Knot quilt that Issac also inherited.
Whilst living away from home, Kendra embarks upon a new life, adjusting post injury and surgery, contemplating her future; both professionally and with Isaac and she strives to unravel the mystery of Issac's birth family.
This was a great read, which I achieved in just a few days. The storyline was believable and the mystery about Isaac's birth family was intriguing. I liked the character of Kendra, her determination, her spirit and her curiosity.