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Posted November 27, 2007
What if you woke up one morning and looked in the mirror - only to realize that it wasn¿t your own face you were looking at...? What if you had a dream that you were falling - only to watch your body descend without you actually in it...? For Dara Kelly and Samantha Foster, the answer to these questions can¿t come fast enough. Each from vastly different backgrounds, both women suffer a similarly violent fate: Dara at the hands of a rival bounty hunter, Samantha at the hands of a philandering, abusive husband. Neither sees it coming, nor does either one have the slightest clue of what¿s truly in store for them both... As the old saying goes, ¿Nothing happens by accident,¿ and both Dara and Samantha soon realize that the unfolding of their intertwined fates happens according to Heavenly design under the influence of spiritual forces the likes of which they can only imagine, the two women embark upon a common quest of restoring the balance of justice and ensuring the fulfillment of prophetic realities dependent upon their courage, tenacity, and faith. In Plain Sight is a richly rewarding read, with compelling characters you can¿t help becoming attached to - no matter how villainous they may be. McKeever displays sound literary judgment in revealing only as much of the storyline as needed in order to keep you turning page after page, in anxious anticipation of the story¿s continued development. The suspense is palpable, and the plot is filled with enough delicious twists to rival M. Night Shyamalan at his best. You don't have to be a believer in God or the Heavens to be moved by this love story within a Love Story. McKeever¿s effervescence in crafting an engaging narrative of betrayal, vengeance, and ultimate redemption has many redeeming traits of its own, chief among them her ability to flat-out tell a great story. Highly recommended.
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Posted April 18, 2012
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