Sandra Howard has, once again, written an excellent book dealing with issues people don't like to think about. A griping narrative with a believable romance and well-thought-out characters, the only criticism I would make is that the family really does live in interesting times! A miscarried baby to a battered wife, a daughter kidnapped by an accused paedophile and now a flirtation with a suspected terrorist - the chain of events all happening to the same family does somewhat beggar belief. However, the story is more than sufficiently exciting that the reader doesn't really notice the soap-opera family background and it makes for a thoroughly enjoyable read.
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