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Finding Her Son (Carder Texas Connections Series Book 1) Kindle Edition
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My husband had to drag me to bed, and I didn't get any housework done this weekend.
Can't wait to read the rest of the books in this series!
A not to be missed suspense story that won't let you put it down until you finish it.
The book starts out with Emily being in a car wreck, her husband dyeing, and her infant son being kidnapped.
Mitch was hurt when he worked swat. He was now a detective until his leg healed. He was on Emily’s case, but didn’t know if she was behind her husband’s death or not…
Mitch and Emily made a good team, and I enjoyed their banter. They worked to find Emily’s son. I really enjoyed this book, and if you like action packed books with suspense, and romance, then you will like this one too.
Sample from chapter 2 – When she slid onto the cracked vinyl seat, William knelt beside the car. “Take my advice. Move on with your life. Close this chapter.” “How can I do that when my son is out there somewhere?” You may not believe I’ll find him, but I refuse to accept that I won’t.”
Sample from chapter 3 – She pumped the brake. Nothing. The car sped faster on the downward incline. The metal guardrail raced past her. This couldn’t be happening. She gripped the steering wheel so hard her hands cramped, and she kept pounding the pedal, but it was no use. The slight slope became steeper. Fifty miles per hour. Fifty-five. A hairpin curve waited ahead. She’d driven the road countless times, but not this fast. Never this fast.