Tuesday, July 2, 2013

Sweet Sanctuary by Kim Vogel Sawyer

Step back into Boston in the 1940s during WW II with Kim Vogel Sawyer's latest release, Sweet Sanctuary. A tale of love and loss and so much more. Lydia Eldredge is living a lie, mothering a child that isn't hers, and her father plans to find a father for this child. Enter Dr. Micah Hatcher, a New Yorker who finds himself thrown into the mix. While he isn't completely against the idea of helping Lydia, he aims to do it the legal way and have the real father sever ties and claims to the child.
The father has other plans, plans that will make him a lot of money in a short amount of time, plans that will help him gain the drugs that he is addicted to.

This book was really good for the first 3/4 of it, and then it seemed to drag a bit and I found myself skimming the pages just to get to the end. While I enjoyed the story, it felt like it hit a bump towards the end and needed something else.

It was a clean read and for that I'm thankful.

This book was provided for review by LitFuse.

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