Mar 27, 2008

Goldeneyes by Delia Latham - My Review

Originally Posted at Bibliophile's Retreat by Melissa Meeks

A riveting story, characters that come to life and several unexpected plot twists kept me glued to this book until I turned the last page. A snoring drunk greets the local newspaper editor on the office doorstep one morning with a unique request. He is dead broke but wants to try and find the daughter he sold for the sake of a drink a few days earlier. He is asking the editor to run an ad for him in an attempt to locate the infant girl. Will the baby be reunited with her grieving mother and will the errant father be able to resolve the dilemma his impulsive choice has left him embroiled in?

This touching story of family ties, faith and consequences along with the journeys of many lives touching one another in ways they don’t know is a must read. This author manages to blend Romance and Suspense into a masterful plot inhabited by characters that come to life on the page. I can’t wait to read more of her novels.

Go here for more about Delia and the book, her tour schedule and a contest she is having in conjunction with the tour.

3 comments:

Delia Latham said...

Melissa, thank you for such a positive review! I'm so glad you enjoyed Goldeneyes. Thank you also for being such a gracious tour host.

I look forward to chatting with your readers.

Blessings,
Delia

Jennifer @ Quiverfull Family said...

This one sounds a bit sad, just because of the content matter, sold babies, sniff.

ForstRose said...

Ah perhaps but then again I purposely avoid giving away endings in my reviews so you'll have to read the book to find out.

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