Rating: 5 Cups
Hope Stewart has to find someone named Callahan. Unfortunately, a car accident sends her down a snowy embankment, leaving her with no memory. She is unaware that it is Callahan who pulls her from the car and carries her to his cabin.
John Callahan was set up thanks to his old boss, Suzanne Carmichael. It was a trip to Peru that tore into his heart tossing all emotions aside. Bringing Hope to his cabin opens up feelings he wanted to stay void.
John comes to Hope's rescue. She is cold, wet and has no identity but plenty of cash in her pocket. He is surprised she has no memory yet recalls how some man's voice told her to go see Callahan. John believes she is lying and after learning that Suzanne has escaped prison, believes Hope is there to summon him out. He refuses to fall into another trap. When she does remember her name, and the pieces come into play, Hope and John are pulled into a situation that could end up deadly.
I love the inviting cover of Redemption. Sharon Cullen immediately made me want to read the story of John and Hope. I felt the atmosphere with the falling snow and the Tennessee area. I like the swift dialogue and how the players come right to the point as the storyline moves at a good pace. I thought it was cute the way John intended on cruising the whole alphabet, to come up with her name. The description of John, and the pain inflicted in his heart was outstanding. I wanted to reach out to him and Hope. Both dynamite characters leave an impression in this well-written read that captured my heart. This extraordinary story has a too die for ending that made this reader's heart leap for joy.
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