I am a long time Erin Healy fan, my husband enjoyed her collaboration with Ted Dekker in Kiss and Burn and I enjoyed Never Let You Go, Afloat and Mercy. In Hiding Places we are introduced to the little and real town of Evergreen, CO. In my 2.5 years in Colorado, I never stopped in Evergreen but I drove through it a bit.
The story introduces us to Kate, whose Grandmother, Grandfather and Mother help run the family hotel, which was once a mansion. It has some fun take aways from The Shining but the story is completely different. Healy as a Christian author has always interjected her stories with a faith lesson, I was happy and relived to see this one not handed to the reader. She gives you all the information you need to know and allows the reader to make the connection from the story to the biblical lesson.
In a time when family has a whole new meaning, Healy decides to explore how families are made and what makes a family. Is it blood? Is it situation? Or is it kindness extended and returned? It is up to the reader to discover what family means and what they would do for family or a complete stranger. Grab a copy & explore this idea in Hiding Places
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