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  • Posted April 1, 2012

    Return to Grace by Karen Harper 5 STARS I was really into this

    Return to Grace by Karen Harper
    5 STARS
    I was really into this story. I believe this was second book in this series. Now I want to go back and read the first book.
    Hannah Esh has left her amish home a few years back after a fight with her father the Bishop and after her long term boyfriend who told her he got someone else pregnant and was going to marry her.
    Hannah was back with friends on halloween they all are goth and are at a amish cemetary after they had broke in a closed corn maze. A couple of her friends where dancing around the cemetary and drinking and it just happened it was on Seth's wife grave. Hannah was upset and homesick when all of a sudden shots where fired at them. Kevin was dead and tiffany shot and then she realized she was shot.
    While she was on her cell to 911 Seth heard screaming and loud music as he was going home from hunting and even recongized Hannah voice talking.
    Seth quickly found Hannah and wrapped her wrist to stop the bleeding and then stopped Tiffany's bleeding with preasure bandage.
    The Bishop and his wife did not live far from the cemetary and when they found out Hannah was wounded her mom got in the ambulence with her. Hannah thought she could die after seeing her parents and Seth.
    While Hannah was in the hospital her mom stayed with her. They were going to take her home with them.
    The sheriff and FBI were waiting to talk to her about the night.
    Hannah was so a shamed about the trouble she brought home to her family.
    FBI agent Link was interested in Hannah. So was Seth he never stopped loving her and felt guilty in his part why she left to go out into the world.
    This was full of drama finding dead bodies and people where disappearing.
    Hannah was trying to solve who killed her friend. Seth was trying to find out what was happening and trying to protect Hannah.
    I was given this ebook to read in exchange of honest review from Netgalley.
    02/28/2012 PUB Harlequin HarlequinMira

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