Saturday, November 8, 2014

Stolen by Vikki Kestell - Review of the fifth book in A Prairie Heritage series

Denver, 1910: Stolen returns to Denver and Palmer House--a most extraordinary refuge for young women rescued from prostitution--and to the lives of Rose Thoresen, Joy Thoresen Michaels, and their unorthodox "family."

Taking up where The Captive Within leaves off, Stolen finds Mei-Xing safe, but after six harrowing monts of captivity, Mei-Xing stuns those who love her when she returns to Palmer House with child.

If Su-Chong's mother, Fang-Hua Chn,  discovers that her son, now dead, has left behind a child, will she allow Mei-Xing to keep him--or will she set in motion plans to steal him away? Will O'Dell, Martha Palmer, Minister Liang, and others concerned for the safety of Mei-Xing and her child be forced to face off with those who would see Mei-Xing and the work of Palmer House destroyed?

All I can say is that I must have been so ANXIOUS to read the next book I completely forgot to do this review! I guess that must tell you how good this one was. Vikki put a lot of activity in this one and you are on the edge of your seat reading it. There are tears and fear both in this story, you will find it hard to put down. Oh yes, another winner as far as I'm concerned! You too will want to hurry on to book six, "Lost are Found".

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