“Motherless,” by Erin Healy

Good morning. I am still laid up because I have this injury – I really do not like this injury! However, I am reading, reading and then I am reading. 🙂 Did I mention I am reading? 🙂 So, here I am, sitting on my bed, propped up with pillows. My computer is on my lap, my dog is sleeping next to me and I have two books.

I  discovered Erin Healy when I read, “Kiss,” and “Burn,” two books she co-authored with Ted Dekker. I’ve been reading her stories since. “Motherless,” is a haunting story about the search for truth or the search for answers, grief and growing up without a mother. Marina and Dylan have always been told their mother committed suicide. Her vehicle was discovered at “Monastery Beach.” After an investigation, the authorities said, suicide. Now, years later, their father has been in an accident, a woman comes forward, looking very much like Marina, declaring she is their mother, wanting to help in any way she can, and the search for answers begins.

I liked it! I gave this book five stars on goodreads. It had just the right amount of creepy or haunting in it. I thought all the characters were likable, except Marina. I think a person can search for answers without being such a brat! The story might be a little confusing to the reader at times, however, if it is, keep reading. It will all come together nicely in the end.

My favorite book by Erin Healy is “The Baker’s Wife,” however, “Motherless,” is a close second. Happy Reading!Motherless by Erin Healypicture from pinterest

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