Beautiful. If I had to describe this story using just one word, that’s what it would be. From the very beginning until the absolute end, it truly weeps with emotion on every page.
It begins with a baby left in a basket. Aptly named, Moses is a crack baby abandoned by his mother. But for the love and sacrifice of his grandmother, who knows where he would have ended up? He and Georgia are unwillingly thrown together at a young age. And even though they grow up together in a sense, they’re not really together. Until one day, Georgia begins to feel something. And she thinks Moses does, too, although he denies it. Georgia has a normal family life, Moses does not. He’s damaged, at least in his mind. But love is love, and love conquers all. Sometimes.
This is a romance, a mystery, a book of suspense. It’s a story of family, of life and loss and death. It’s a story with good guys and bad guys, and sometimes they’re one in the same. Very soon after I started this book, I was afraid it would break my heart. And it did. But that’s okay. Because often those are the stories that stick with you the longest.
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