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REVIEW: The Lost Girls by Allison Brennan

St. Martin's Press
November 1, 2016

Love Brennan's Lucy Kincaid series!

Siobhan Walsh has been looking for two sisters who disappeared 2 years ago. She feels responsible, so when she gets a phone call from a Texas priest, who has found an abandoned newborn with a locket nearby that she'd given one of the girls; she goes to Texas in hopes of finding them. She calls in her FBI friends, including Lucy Kincaid, and the search is on. Meanwhile, Lucy's fiance, Sean, has an unexpected visit from a former girlfriend. Her husband, and the 12 year old son he never knew he had, have disappeared in Mexico. So it's time for the Rogan family to find out what's going on.

This is a suspenseful, hard-to-put-down book, so hang on for the ride! Be prepared for a human trafficking story that is hard to stomach, and more than likely, all too true in this day and age. Mexican cartels, murder and mayhem. This book has it all.

REVIEW: A Million Little Things by Susan Mallery

A Million Little Things
Susan Mallery
February 28, 2017
Mira Books

This is a story of friendship, family and things that happens to good people. Zoe's friend, Jen is a new mother, overly worried about why her 18 month old son won't talk. (By the way, this isn't unusual for boys). Jen's mom, Pam, is also Zoe's friend, until she begins dating Pam's son. Pam originally thought that Zoe would be good for Steven, but things happen and she changes her mind. (No spoilers here). Mallery always weaves strong characters in her books, and this was one of my favorites!