Intervention by Terri Blackstock
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Emily, who lost her father, pulls herself away from her mom and brother to live the life of an addict. Her mom tries every way to get her cleaned up, but fails and as a last resort commits her to a rehab center out of state. But on the way there, her counselor is murdered and she is kidnapped. The police think she killed the counselor but her mom is set on finding the truth and does not believe her daughter is guilty. She puts her life on hold and with her son decides to take matters into her own hands to find her daughter and the truth.
I could not put this book down. I wanted to find Emily myself and help her. While her mom could not help her when Emily was in the middle of the drug world; she pulled no stops to get to her daughter despite the police warnings to stay out of it. Barbara stopped at nothing to get to her daughter even though she could lose her job, her son or her life. Amazing what a mother’s love is capable of…..but then with a little faith – all things are possible.
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