Monday, July 26, 2010

"Hannah's Hope" by Karen Kingsbury

Hannah's Hope by Karen Kingsbury, part of the Red Gloves series, is a nice story but very predictable and not very believable about a girl whose mother was traveling a lot and not home who married an ambassador to Sweden and the girl thought he was her father but later found out he wasn't, but that her real father was in the army over at war in Iraq. Prayed for her parents to be home for Christmas and mother came home to clear up all the media mess about their family that the girl created by going on a public search for her biological father and he got sent home early once he was rescued from being held prisoner.

This is a quick read but it contained some good suggestions in the back on ways to encourage servicemen.
(Karen's review 11/07)

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