by Karen Young
Description: When baby Max is kidnapped during Mardi Gras, Jane and Kyle Madison's life falls apart. What their daughter, Melanie, does next is unthinkable.Max vanished into thin air while in the care of his teenage sister, Melanie. Six months later, the family is a shadow of its former self: Melanie blames herself and is acting out and rebellious; Jane is obsessed with finding Max; and Kyle, a lawyer, struggles to cope with his own grief and a persistent suspicion that one of his cases is connected to Max's disappearance.With her family in turmoil and her marriage on the rocks, Jane thinks things can't get any worse. Then when an affair and an unexpected pregnancy threaten to tear the Madisons' lives apart, an anonymous caller leads to a break in the case. Can a second kidnapping bring their family back together?
Thanks to Rebeca Seitz at Glass Road Publication for this wonderful book to review.
My Thoughts: This is a great book and I thought that it would be a really hard read because of the kidnapping but it really was not that bad in fact it is a great suspence book, you can get your copy here and let me tell you that it is really worth your money,
About the Author:
Karen Young is a spellbinding, experienced storyteller, with 34 novels and more than 10 million copies in print. Winner of the Rita Award and Reviewers' Choice Awards, she weaves another emotion-packed romantic suspense. Max, the six-month-old beloved son, disappears in the Mardi Gras crowd, leaving behind a tiny shoe. Could it be sixteen-year-old Melanie's fault? Will the experience tear Jane and Kyle's marriage apart? Will Melanie's surprise pregnancy to replace him bring peace? Who is the kidnapper? What is that person's motivation? Is it one of Kyle's or Jane's clients? Readers will remember this multi-layered, fascinating story long after they've read the last page. Young's skill was augmented with help and encouragement from a veritable who's who list of best selling authors and professionals. Young's latest work is a fine read. Missing Max has wide appeal to all ages, teen through adult. It's a safe read, realistic and moving, but without shockers and unpleasant incidents found in some CBA books. Review by Audrey Hebbert, author of Green Light Red Light