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    Kept me rivetted to the end

    As with the other books in the Long Shot Series, Unspoken Bonds draws the reader in from the first page with gripping intensity. I find Ms Grey's books really hard to put down and despite the suspenseful side of the story, there is warmth and tenderness as well. When five year old Lily is strategically abandoned at a hospital, Rachel is called in as a deaf interpreter to assist in her case. Against the rules, Rachel fights for the right to take care of Lily until such time as her next of kin can be found. When Lily's uncle Garrett is located the sparks between Rachel and Garrett fly, however they are mostly caused by the stand off between them rather than physical attraction, although there is plenty of that as well. Both Rachel and Garrett have a painful past and in this case it makes them more determined to discovered what happened to Lily and why she was found abandoned at the hospital so many months after her mother was murdered. This intriguing story kept me enthralled to the end with a mystery to be solved and a romance that was inevitable. The background to the book regarding Lily's condition is also interesting and was very enlightening. An excellent read that has so much going on that the reader's attention is kept rivetted to the end. I received this book for free from eBook Discovery. I voluntarily post this review. This is my honest review.

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