Promises Unbroken by Kristina Hall

My Review

Promises Unbroken by Kristina Hall is the first book in the Moretti Trilogy. This is a well written, fast paced story set in New York City in 1922. Mae knows in her heart that her sister is not dead and she will do anything to find her. And her fiancee, Davis will do anything to keep Mae safe.

I just loved reading this story and found it hard to put down. It is very descriptive and filled with suspense. I enjoyed the strength the main characters had as well as their need to share salvation with others. This story dies contain violence that may not be suited for all readers. This story also touches on PTSD, war injuries and what happens to a family when loved ones disappear.

I received a complimentary copy of this book from the author, this is my honest review.

About the Book

How much will she risk to save her sister?

Mae Ashton has every reason to stay in Georgia and marry the man she loves, save one—the disappearance of her sister. Although all evidence points to Hazel’s death, Mae’s discovery of a single picture changes everything. If Hazel is alive, Mae will find her. And she’s left everything to do so.

Davis Everleigh isn’t about to let Mae, his fiancée, go just because of a note that hardly explains her departure to New York City. Instead, he follows her to the city and gains employment with the man Mae believes is somehow connected to Hazel.

As Davis and Mae become further entrenched in their effort to locate Hazel, they find themselves facing a corrupt businessman and his ruthless henchman, Alberto Moretti. In a world of lies, will the truth prevail—both about Hazel and in their own lives?

About the Author

Kristina Hall is a sinner saved by grace who seeks to glorify God with her words. She is a homeschool graduate and holds a degree in accounting. When she’s not writing, she enjoys reading, arm wrestling, lifting weights, and playing the violin. Visit her website at kristinahallauthor.wordpress.com.

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