Sheridan Montgomery's husband Eliot is the U.S. Ambassador to Venezuela and survives an assassination attempt leaving him handicapped and in daily pain, turning their world upside down, they move to a small Mexican city away from everyone they know.
Sheridan is contacted by a man named Luke Traynor, who brings a message from her sister about her estranged father's health condition and evidence of him in a conspiracy. Sheridan then goes to Chicago to see her father and learn about her father's past.
When I got the book and read the title, I wasn't sure I would enjoy it, but after curling up on the couch one Saturday afternoon, I was instantly sucked in. I could not put the book down. It's engaging, uplifting yet emotional. It's a good christian fiction book. I really enjoyed it.
I received a complimentary book from Tyndale in exchange for my honest review.