- File Size: 3523 KB
- Print Length: 314 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 0473387611
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Sweetpea Publishing (February 13, 2017)
- Publication Date: February 13, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B06X6GW2R7
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
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Grace finds out that she is adopted and that she knows who her father is but no details are available about her mother. She meets her father Ben and he tells her all about him & her mother's relationship and how her mother Jane just disappeared.
Jane was a young woman alone and she did the best that she could but it seems like she was never meant to be happy. She has a beautiful baby a man that love her but she isn't safe as someone wants her to be silent. She just disappeared but Grace wants to find her and put the past to rest if she can. But she is about to find out that sometimes the past just needs to be left alone. She finds her answers and finds a new family and in this case evil loses. A great read.
Read first Missing the Obvious (A Short Prequel to Throwing Light) by K A Servian & Shame on Who? (Short Prequel to Throwing Light) by K A Servian
Having read the short prequels to this main book really helped set the story line and helped me to understand the characters more.
Jane Smith and Grace Southerland share the same bloodline but did not know each other at first and they do not realize they are related – step sisters.
Grace believes the Southerland’s are her parents however she does not know they adopted her. Her adoptive father died first and after her adoptive mother died she uncovered the secret while clearing their home. Grace took time off from work and tended to her mother as she was frail and dying.
Jane lived with very strict religious parents and they were horrified when she became pregnant at a young age. Her father called her nasty names and also forbade her to ever see the baby’s father and to give up the baby.
This book is one of mystery, suspense and romance. There will be twists you will not see coming until they hit you suddenly. I truly found this book interesting and I hope you will to.
These were the first books read written by this author and I will look forward to more.
Just as she's trying to deal with her mother's recent death, Grace Southern's ex-boyfriend Tom Reynolds shows back up in her life. When she stumbles across an aged document that makes no sense in her mother's belongings in the attic, Tom takes it upon himself to investigate and drops a bombshell into her life.
Grace sets out to find answers to questions that no one seems to want to give her the answers to and winds up knee deep in a 25 years old missing person's case that causes the past to come crashing into her present in ways she never expected!
Grace embarks on a search for her birth parents when she finds out she was adopted at birth. She manages to find her biological father and together with him and her boyfriend, Tom, she decides to look for her missing biological mother. As there is no record of her being alive or dead, would she be successful?
Would she find her mother? Would she be able to unearth the secrets surrounding her mother's disappearance? Where was her mother?
Author K A Servian's writing style makes reading her books a pleasure. You could actually visualize the story unfolding before you. This story grabs your interest right from the start and keeps you engrossed till the very last page.
Highly recommended for readers.
It’s about Grace finding out she is adopted when her mother passes away, and her quest to find her birth parents. It tells the stories of both mother and daughter. They went through some terrible experiences but still found happiness and love in their lives. I can’t say too much about the story or I’ll spoil it for you, just know that you will be taken on a journey of discovery and intrigue.
The story is wonderful and I highly recommend it to anybody who enjoys a good romantic suspense novel.
In "Throwing Light", Grace finds a document upon her mother's death that changes her life. She instantly embarks on a journey to discover the truth. Along the way, she finds love, murder, mystery and family! The characters are extremely well developed, and the story will have you on the edge of your seat hoping for more! 5+++++++ Stars!
It follows the story of two people Jane Smith, starting in 1989 and Grace Southerland starting in 2014. How are their lives connected.
Jane Smith is a young girl struggling to keep her baby and be happy. Grace Southerland is trying to cope with the death of her mother and the secret that she uncovers when she is clearing out her house.
There is a good mix of suspense and romance along the way, with twists that you don’t expect.
It is worth reading the prequels, Shame on Who and Missing the Obvious first to gain an insight to the characters of Jane and Grace and the relationships that brought them to where they are at the beginning of this book.
Definitely worth reading.
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Was a 35 year old when her mother passed away. Going thru all her mothers things she happened upon some adoptation papers..They were hers.Read more