Friday, May 22, 2020

Review: Unveiling the Past by Kim Vogel Sawyer

My rating: 5 of 5 stars


Mysteries, family secrets, and learning to love and trust again rest at the heart of this contemporary novel from the best-selling author of Bringing Maggie Home .

Newlyweds and cold case detectives Sean and Meghan Eagle have been given the task of investigating the twenty-years-past disappearance of a husband and father, Anson Menke. A judge ruled that the missing man chose to leave the country and abandon his family, but his wife wouldn't concede that he left his family nor declare him dead. Their mother now gone, his children want answers.

As Sean and Meghan follow the man's last known steps, they also involve themselves in a more personal inquiry: locating Meghan's biological father. But as Meghan struggles to balance her work and her new role as a wife, she becomes terrified of failure. She doesn't want to hurt Sean or jeopardize the Menke investigation by falling short of his expectations.
When her mother, Diane DeFord, sees Meghan's turmoil, she decides to take action, potentially reuniting father and daughter. As the two searches intertwine, Meghan must become vulnerable with Sean, letting him into her life and being a true partner, while letting her heart be tender to God, the One who truly knows the journey each disrupted life needed to take to Him.

My Review: 

Unveiling the Past continues Kim Vogel Sawyer’s Bringing Maggie Home series. Since this is part of a series, I highly recommend readers to start it with book one, Bringing Maggie Home.

I adore this author’s writing and Unveiling the Past is no different. I enjoyed the mystery and suspense in this story and enjoyed the beauty of faith and grace within the pages.

I am giving Unveiling the Past five plus stars. I highly recommend it for all readers.

I received this book from the author, but was not required to write a review. This review is 100% my own honest opinion.

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