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Never Knowing by Chevy Stevens
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Jan 29, 14

Read from May 27 to 28, 2012

Sara Gallenger should be happy with a loving fiance Evan,a precious daughter Ally and loving adopted parents. Instead she is unfilled and unsatisfied with her life, without knowing her birth parents. While her sisters Melanie and Lauren receive the greatest affection from her parents, she feels out of place. Ever since she was a little girl, she has been anticipating the return of her parents but she is disappointed,when they never come to surface. Against the concern of her love ones, she searches for her parents and is shocked to learn that she located her estranged mother. Expecting her mother to embrace her with open arms, she shows up a her door step. She is faced with a rude awakening when her mother Julia Lacroche wants nothing more to do with her. Shocked and hurt, she finds out that her mother changed her name to Karen Christianson to run away from a violent husband. The same man that raped her and conceived Sara.

Furthermore, she is startled when she finds out that her father is a campsite killer that has been targeting innocent victim for years, and now she must find safety in a cop that goes by the name Billie. While her engagement hangs in the balance, she grows closer to Billie, thinking that he is helping her, oblvious of his true intentions.

This is an amazing thriller about being careful on who you trust, they could be the very one that betrays you in the end.

I am a huge fan of Stevens debut novel- this is not disappointing to say the least, it will keep you guessing on how it ends, until you get to the very last page.
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Reading Progress

05/27/2012 page 86
21.0%
05/28/2012 page 301
73.0% "It gets creepier and creepier."

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