Kelli Huddleston has just lost her father and step-mom in a car accident. She also loses her job because she chose to do the right thing. Reeling from these losses, Kelli is overwhelmed when she finds some disturbing papers in her father’s safe. Kelli heads to Tennessee to find herself and the answers to the clues in the safe. This book was quick to read and hopefully an uncommon happening for families. It certainly shows the trouble people can get into when they follow false gods. Kelli bears the weight of her father’s choices and it is a giant burden.
Thank you to Bethany House for providing me an advance copy to read and review in my own words.