Through tragedy, Kelli Huddleston discovers that her dad was not what he seemed which leads her to discover her family who are more than they seemed.
Kelli is fired from a job because she stood up for what is right. This gave her the opportunity to travel across the country to find her birth family and see who they really are while protecting her real identity. She learns a great deal about them and about herself.
While the story is interesting, I had a hard time with how everything fell into place so nicely. Kelli had the luxury of not worrying about her income. Her birth mom was forgiving and understanding. Her birth sister was open and loving and willing to start a deep relationship with this stranger. Even her father's best friend extended friendship and grace to Kelli with no questions asked. No one seemed hurt when the truth came out about what Kelli's father did to the family. It was just too sugary sweet for my tastes.
Bethany House provided me a free copy of this book in exchange for this review which I freely give.