Monday, June 10, 2013

Review: All for hope by Olivia Hardin

Book Description

 April 29, 2013
To protect her heart, he left her behind.

To protect her life, he’ll leave the life he's made behind.
Sometimes the safest distance between two hearts is no distance at all…

Kidnapping a baby wasn’t something Hope ever dreamed she would do. But she’s been burned by the legal system before, so when the court places her friend’s child into the custody of an abuser, she takes matters into her own hands. She steals the baby and fakes her death, hoping to make a clean getaway. She planned every detail, except one.

Her high school sweetheart and best friend, who left her years before, sees her at a gas station. Hope thinks all is lost, until he offers to help them.

Brennan had always been the love of Hope’s life, but he never wanted to be. She knows she cannot depend on him for long. However, as each day passes, it becomes painfully obvious that she is in way over her head. She goes with him, intending to keep him always an arm’s length away to protect her heart. But being on the run together sparks the old flames that once burned between Brennan and Hope.

Families, friends, and lovers must band together to save an innocent baby and a daring woman or both of their lives will be destroyed. Together, they’ll do it All for Hope…

My Review:

Hope has always loved her high school sweet heart Brennan, but she also knows that he left her several times. When Hope feels like her only choice to protect a baby is to kidnap her, she is doing right that. She borrows money from a good friend and goes into hiding.

Brennan sees her in another town and is determine to go find her again and help her out. Hope agrees and let him help, but can she trust him enough to stay this time?
They end up going to the house is a inheritance from his mother, there he finds out more about his family he never knew he had.

Then Hope's mother gets very sick and Hope has to go see her. She is arrested after the visit and wonders if she will ever see Michelle and Brennan again.

Great new book from Olivia Hardin, totally a new style but I loved every minute of it. I am a total fan of Uncle James!! 

1 comment:

  1. Thanks for the great review... psst: I like Uncle James a lot too. I just want to give him a big bear hug!

    Happy reading, all!