Missing Peace by N.K. Holt ~ 5⭐

Genres: Family Saga/Inspirational Suspense ~ Released June 13, 2020

REVIEW: Captivating! Missing Peace by N.K Holt was one of those books that latched onto me from page one. If, I wasn’t reading the book, I was thinking of it and looking forward to being able to sit down and read some more. It was one of the best books I’ve read this year. Yes, it really was!

The picture on the front cover kind of threw me off. I had read the synopsis but, the picture made me think the story was mainly in the battlefield. I can honestly say I was a little hesitant. The minute I opened the book I fell in love with an Iowa farming family. It was a hard fall! I cried my eyes out so many times during this book. I sniffed, wiped my eyes and kept on reading. This book compelled me to read it’s story! 

This is N.K.Holt’s first self published book. I can say without a doubt, I will be on the lookout for more by her. Her writing flows with such ease that you forget you’re reading and not watching a movie. I could see it all in my head and she is not overly descriptive. I don’t know how she did it. 

If you love family sagas, inspirational suspense, you will most likely love this book. I suggest you buy yourself a copy to enjoy! 

I received a copy of this book from the author for a fair and honest review. Thank you!

SYNOPSIS: War. Heartbreak. How much can one family lose?

The McKay family’s idyllic life in Iowa is about to implode. A mysterious rosary found by soldier John McKay in war-torn Iraq foreshadows an obscure prophecy. As the rosary’s mystique grows globally, his sister, Janey McKay, is threatened when a radical extremist group escalates the stakes by expanding their fight to the U.S. heartland. But can terror destroy a faith that launches miracles?

Everyone fights a battle…
A soldier.
A sister.
A priest.
A best friend.

No one is safe…
A fierce war.
A family shattered.
A love unrequited.
A terrorist bent on revenge.

How much can one woman lose?
Her home.
Her faith.
Her family.
The man she loves.

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