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Hidden in Plain View (Love Inspired Suspense Series)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 20, 2013

    Great book

    Really enjoyed this book.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted April 26, 2013

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    Another great book by Diane Burke. The title was very fitting, b

    Another great book by Diane Burke. The title was very fitting, because it's an Amish story. What I loved about this book was both main characters are struggling with their own identities: "Who am I?" and "To what world do I want to belong (Amish or Englisch?" Both characters approach this struggle from a different perspective; one doesn't remember her past, and the other has chosen leave his past behind and take another path. Then they find their paths colliding, and each must help the other come to terms with what they've left behind, and what their future might be. As always, Diane does a great job with her characters; each is well-written and believable, and there's a powerful emotional thread weaving through the whole story. I definitely recommend this great book!

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  • Posted April 2, 2013

    4 stars I was wondering how they would resolve this. It's a rom

    4 stars

    I was wondering how they would resolve this. It's a romance that looked impossible. Diane Burke came up with the perfect solution in my point of view.
    It had lots of drama,suspense.Amish and English worlds that did come together to protect the innocent. It left me with a smile. It is a clean read. Does talk about prayers, and God's will. To me it was a good balance fitting the story. Though I do admit shedding a few tears in this story. Also some laughter.

    Sarah was taking some lunch to the school house when she ended up being shot. Her husband and one other man was killed. Sarah wakes up having no memories of herself, or her husband even the killer. The killer believes that Sarah has his diamonds that he had stolen. While she was in the hospital a few others were killed even two policeman who was protecting her.

    Samuel was raised Amish. He left the Amish and becames a undercover cop. When a murder and thief was after Sarah. They sent him undercover. Samuel knew and respected the Amish ways. He fit in better than anyone else could have. He could do the work around the farm close to the house to protect her.

    Sarah was also pregnant. She lived with her in-laws. Because she had lost her family when she was younger they raised her. Sarah ham married her best friend their only son Peter. This will be Rebecca and Jacob's only grandchild.

    The murder leaves no one alive who is a witness. He does not care who he hurts or kills to get what he wants. You just want him to stop hurting them and destroying everything he touches.

    Sarah wonders who she really is. Who was her husband? They have no pictures to help her to remember. Her Amish community loves and cares about her even if she does not remember them.

    Samuel living and dressing like an Amish again has to deal with his memories of what happened to him at 17 and made him choose to leave the Amish ways.

    I really enjoyed Hidden in Plain View and definately want to read more books from Diane in the future.

    I was given this ebook and asked to give honest review of it when I had finshed by Netgalley.
    04/02/2013 PUB Harlequin Imprint Harlequin Love Inspired Suspense 224 pages ISBN:0373445350

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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