Monday, January 18, 2010

Thicker Than Blood - review

Thicker than Blood
by C.J. Darlington

Christy Williams finally has her life on track. She’s putting her past behind her and working hard to build a career as an antiquarian book buyer. But things begin to unravel when a stolen Hemingway first edition is found in her possession, framing her for a crime she didn’t commit. With no one to turn to, she yearns for her estranged younger sister, May, whom she abandoned after their parents’ untimely deaths. Soon, Christy’s fleeing from her shattered dreams, her ex-boyfriend, and God. Could May’s Triple Cross Ranch be the safe haven she’s searching for? Will the sisters realize that each possesses what the other desperately needs before it’s too late?

I thoroughly enjoyed this story. My favorite part was reading about Christy's job as an antiquarian book buyer. I want that job! I also appreciated the well-written inspiring story line and believable characters. Definitely a page-turner.

1 comment:

C.J. Darlington said...

Thank you so much for posting about Thicker than Blood, Karla!