Ever feel overwhelmed by what you don't understand about life? Susan/Karen wakes up one morning, battered, attacked, and with amnesia. The only thing she remembers is her faith. She's take to the Crossroads Crisis Center where she learns she looks a lot like the founder's wife Susan, who was murdered along with his small son three years ago.
Benjamin Brandt believes Susan/Karen is just another fraud trying to take advantage of his grief, but that impression evolves as more people try to harm Karen.
The two find themselves in a race to stay alive. What I loved about this book is that as Susan/Karen has so many questions about who she is and why anyone would want her dead, the one thing she does know is that her faith gives her strength.
The book has two sets of people after Susan/Karen, and routinely takes the reader into their schemes. It didn't have the strong romantic thread of one of Irene Hannon's books, but romance is there. And sometimes I wondered if all the threads would pull together, but they did. There's a lot going on, but if you like suspense, you'll likely enjoy this book.
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