Swept Away

Swept Away

Rating 3.5

Gwynne Forster

Humanity

Although the book starts out slow it picks up and takes the reader on an interesting walk through a relationship that has a large dynamic created that will either break the relationship or enhance it.

Schyuler Henderson is an Advocate for Children in foster homes but he’s also an engineer who has a deep priority to those who can’t help their selves.  When he learns about the injury of a young girl who is in the career of an agency that has a lasting reputation he goes for the jugular never realizing that the ending results could be deferential to him later.  When Veronica learns of the chargers and find herself looking like the bad guy she is determine to clear her name and help keep the Agency reputation at its stellar level but afterwards it’s time for her to take some time for herself to figure out who she is but there are secrets that could injured both parties before there’s opportunity for repairs.

The story itself had a lot of secondary characters who had stories within their selves that made this story even realer for the reader not only did the characters remind you of people but they touch your hearts in ways that not many authors can pull together however Gwynne Forster pulls out the stops and writes a three dimensional story that is a heart touchier.

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