My Review: What if every thing you knew was a lie? Then the lie you were living turned into an unbelievable existence ripped from a spy novel or a made for TV movie?
Jen, a young widow, is kidnapped by Tom, a friend of her dead husband. According to Tom, her husband orchestrated her capture. Tom held Jen in a safe house with wild tales about keeping her safe from “them”, but who were they?
As the story unravels, Jen discovers everyone in her life isn’t who they say they are. She struggles with her situation and calls out to God, but she doesn’t think he’s listening. After an escape from human traffickers, Jen and Tom are hauled into a small police station in Canyon,
. She’s sent home,
but he’s arrested. She realizes she’s fallen in love with him and may never see
him again. Texas
Out of her deception, her faith grows and she learns storm to be still, So that the waves of the sea were hushed.
Ms Cosgrove writing style weaves into a descriptive story demanding not to be put down. The story arc and the character development are well-toned. This is a wonderfully written romantic suspense that keeps you guessing to the end.
She represents Women at Risk International, a Christian missionary group who sponsor safe houses for women and children snatched from human trafficking and slavery in thirteen countries and is actively involved in Prayer For Freedom, a nonprofit anti-trafficking ministry.
Contact Julie: www.juliebcosgrove.com or through her blog, or http://WhereDidYouFindGod Today.com
Hush in the Storm available on Amazon