Lost Down Deep by Sara Davison

Lost Down Deep by Sara Davison

Spotlight! I’m excited to share this book with you today! I’ve read other books by Sara Davison and loved them! Looking forward to reading Lost Down Deep.

She is the only one who can tell the police who attacked her in her home.
If only she could remember …Summer Velasquez is on the run from a man she has no recollection of after an attack she can’t recall.Every face in the crowd is a potential suspect, so how is Summer supposed to know who is a threat to her and who isn’t?After fleeing her assailant and the parents who lied to her about what happened, she changes her name and seeks refuge in Elora, Ontario. The small town feels familiar, although she has no memory of ever having been here. Even in what should be a safe place, she can’t shake the feeling that she is being watched.When Ryan Taylor strolls into the Taste of Heaven Café where she works, Summer is immediately drawn to him. However, he may not be who he says he is either. As her suspicions grow, Summer prepares to run again.
But at least one person is determined to stop her. Permanently. And if she can’t remember who he is, this time he may succeed.

My Review

I thought this book was pretty good. I had trouble getting into it at the beginning but I soon found myself wanting to know what happened. The character’s were interesting to get to know especially Summer. .  I liked some better then others.Faith was weaved throughout the story in realistic way. Sara Davison did a good job creating a story that kept you guessing. Summer and a couple other characters spoke spanish off and on throughout the story. I do not speak spanish and it did not always give a translation so I had to guess at what was said.

I recommend this story to my family and friends.

I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book which I received from the publisher. I also purchased a copy for myself. All views expressed are only my honest opinion.

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