This is an intriguing Christian fiction full suspense, emotional growth and overcoming pain and accepting happiness and faith.
A family legacy has brought Charlotte back to Chicago, the place where she was the center of the most famous kidnapping in Chicago. Bryce is the man she wants to sell her Grandfather’s coin collection to and as their friendship grows, Charlotte finds maybe he can help her put some of her past behind her, if the past doesn’t come back to get her.
The author has created a story with some interesting content, some amusing and sometimes heartbreaking content. The interesting way Charlotte deals with her family legacy is very entertaining and amusing. The emotional turmoil that Charlotte must deal with everyday over her past is very heartfelt and the reader can feel her pain.
The romance between Charlotte and Bryce is well written and appropriately paced with all the events and emotions taking place in the story. The author conveys the personalities of the two with a intensity that brings them to life.
The conflict of the past is resolved with a happy ever after ending that gives the reader feeling of satisfaction that Charlotte can be on the road to recovery and it couldn’t have happened to a more deserving couple.
There was a couple of things that I didn’t care for in the book, one was it was sometimes hard to determine who was speaking between the two main characters and the first half of the book seemed to go into too much detail, making the story seem too slow, but it is still intriguing and entertaining and the second half of the book makes up for it.