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    a wonderful story about love and hope and evil and

    Nora Roberts is one of my all time favorite authors, so every time I start a new book written by her my expectations are high. And she never disappoints. Never. I really, really liked how the mystery and the romance is lightly woven into a wonderful story about love and hope and evil and madness. One has to think how there are people out there having the same ........ values. Living after what they say is their god given right and putting down women in the name of the bible. My heart broke with every beating, rape and indoctrination Alice had to face. All the babies she never got to see grow up. I so hoped for a happy end for her, finding a way back to her family, seeing her kids again. Well, I got some happy end and this felt more real. Not everything is ever perfect. If you like a story set in beautiful mountains, with cowboys and strong women, filled with romantic, combined with a well written thriller, this is your book. I chose to read this book and all opinions in this review are my own and completely unbiased. Thanks to NetGalley and Little, Brown Book Group UK!
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    Plenty of twists, turns and mystery.

    On a cold, snowy day in 1991 Alice Bodine decided to return home, after upping and leaving three years earlier. Making a decision between cutting across the wildness in the snow, or going the longer way round, Alice decided to stick to the road, which seemed like the safer option of the two. How wrong could Alice have been? Back in present-day Montana, Bodine Longbow (Alice’s niece), is the manager of her family’s, four-generation run holiday ranch. She is hard-working and has little time for herself. So when an ex-lover, Callum, comes back into her life, taking up work on the ranch, she decides she doesn’t have time for a relationships. At the same time as Callum re-appears, women start being murdered. Is this just a coincidence or is Callum involved? Events take an even darker twist when Alice suddenly makes an appearance in a distressed state, 25 years after she disappeared. Firstly time for a confession. Although I have known about Nora Robert’s work for a long time, this is the first book that I have read by her, and I can assure you, it won’t be the last. This book is dark, sinister at times. There are some brutal scenes, and horrifying events, especially regarding Alice, who has been kept as a slave/baby-maker for the last 25 years, repeatedly battered, and raped by her captor. We as readers are taken back and forth between Alice’s horrific world and present-day Montana. The characters, and there are quite a few of them, are all well thought out, and wonderfully-constructed. The family has such a strong bond between them, that it’s hard not to like each and everyone of them. There are some lighter, more at ease scenes, including a few romances and fun events occurring between the family members, so it’s not all heart-wrenching. I love a good book that absorbs me into the plot and hooks me to the page, gets my pulse racing, and my emotions in a tither. This book did all of those things. Ms. Roberts keeps us guessing as to what is going to happen next. With plenty of twists, turns and mystery, this book is a definite 2017 must-read.
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    Read in one sitting

    As always Nora Roberts has written a good gripping story. Very sad at times, but also very touching to fest the sad.
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    Thoroughly enticing

    This was a great read and I didn't see the twist coming x
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    Excellent read

    What a book. What a woderfull story. It makes your heart break and your eyes tear. Then it warms your heart and fill it with love. Thank you nora.
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