MISTAKEN

                                                                                                            10/24/2013 Review

 
 
 
                                                                 MISTAKEN
                                                                        By:
                                                               Karen Barnett
 
“First impressions are never what they seem”, I have to say yes most of the time. How do you feel about that statement?
 
As you travel through these pages of days of long ago that have passed but should not be forgotten you will again go back to those days of Prohibition and alcohol and relive some of them with Laurie Burke. These are the days where booze took over a lot of lives— made good men bad and bad men the meanest of all, money more evil and trusting was put to the back burner— why because it was hard to trust even the most handsome men these times made them untrusting as the next man. Booze takes over and life has changed as Laurie once knew it and the people she loved and trusted she started to doubt.
 
Laurie Burke wanted an honorable man, a good man, a man she could fall in love with, trust and count on. Will Laurie find one in this Prohibition and alcohol times or not? Will she trust the wrong one and loose everything?
 
Laurie loves her brother but can she help him–can she save him from a death more violent then any you’d think possible, will she be on time, what has Gods plans for him?
 
Will God show Laurie whom to trust or is Laurie doomed to a life of loneliness? to find out this you must grab the book and enjoy the travel of that time in History.
 
I recommend this book it is a good story.
I received this book free from Abingdon for an honest review. I was not required to write a positive review just an honest one. The opinions I have expressed are entirely my own and no one else’s.
 
5 Star
ISBN 13: 978-1-4267-7449-2
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