Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Review: Home No More by Leddy Harper



Publication Date: 10/14/2014
Rating: 4 stars

Official Blurb: My name is Kendall Carrington—or so I thought.

One night, a routine traffic stop turned the world I thought I knew upside down. I wasn’t who I thought I was. No one was. I had been kidnapped when I was young, and everything I had been told was all a lie. But the lies didn’t end there. If it hadn’t been for Lincoln Hunt, I might not have ever found out the truth.

My real name is Danielle Tucker.

This is my story of pain, betrayal, and finding the true meaning of home.


This was a very good debut novel by Leddy Harper!! This book kept at a good pace and it’s pretty easy to follow. Kendall is living a good life until her father or so she thought passed away and she moved in with her brother but not brother. When Kendall gets pulled over for a tail light being out her whole world is changed. Kendall or Danielle finds out she was taken as a small child and has called this man and his son family for years. Kendall has a relationship with Billy who is not actually her brother. When she is taken to the home of her real grandmother her whole world is broken with not only losing Billy but finding out she has been living a lie. She decides in 6 months when she turns 18 she is leaving to go back with Billy. Her grandmother promises to give her privileges if she makes some friends. That’s when Kendall/Danielle meets Lincoln. I really liked Lincoln from the get go. When secrets start spilling and Kendall finds herself in a really bad situation she turns to Lincoln for help. The relationship between Kendall and Link becomes strong but she is still fighting to get back to Billy. With many twists and turns in this book it was hard for me to guess how the situation would play out. I really enjoyed this book and I highly recommend this book for anyone looking for a lot of twists and turns and a story that keeps you guessing until the end. I am looking forward to reading more from this author.  

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