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Never Look Back Phantom Hollow Series #2 [Reading] ➷ Never Look Back Phantom Hollow Series #2 By Kathy Herman – Forgiveness is one thing but who really forgetsIvy Griffith has been released from jail after serving time for covering up the strangulation death of a high school classmate ten years earlier She's pa Forgiveness Back Phantom Hollow Series PDF \ is one Back Phantom ePUB ´ thing but who really forgetsIvy Griffith has been released from jail after serving time for covering up the strangulation death of a high school classmate ten years earlier She's paid her debt to society Kicked her drug habit She's making a fresh startProblem is everyone in her hometown of Jacob's Ear Colorado knows what she did And her seven year old son Montana won't stop probing about the Look Back Phantom Hollow Series Kindle - father he has never met Never Look Epub / the man Ivy was too stoned to even rememberPlagued by her own shame and her little boy's cries for male affirmation Ivy is thrilled when Rue Kessler takes an interest in Montana and her Maybe just maybe he's the answer to prayer she's been waiting forBut Rue has a shadow hanging over his past and is suspected in a rash of bizarre brutal beatings He denies any involvement and Ivy believes him until she discovers he and Look Back Phantom PDF/EPUB ê Montana have kept a secret from herAt a loss for what to believe or where to turn Ivy's on the verge of despair and wonders if even God has given up on her Or is something bigger at play here something being orchestrated outside of her control that's about to bring down the curtain on everything including her past.

  • Paperback
  • 321 pages
  • Never Look Back Phantom Hollow Series #2
  • Kathy Herman
  • English
  • 04 November 2016
  • 9781590529225

About the Author: Kathy Herman

Best Back Phantom Hollow Series PDF \ selling suspense Back Phantom ePUB ´ novelist Kathy Herman has written twenty novels—including the Secrets or Roux River Bayou Series Sophie Trace Series the Seaport Suspense Series and the Phantom Hollow Series—since retiring from her family’s Christian bookstore business She and her late husband Paul have a blended family of three grown children Kathy lives in the Northwest.

10 thoughts on “Never Look Back Phantom Hollow Series #2

  1. Maurice Jr. Maurice Jr. says:

    Excellent read After serving six months for covering up a murder Ivy Griffith is now a free woman She's determined to keep on a good path and to raise her now seven year old son Montana as well as possible with the help of her parents It took awhile for them to warm up to her after her ten years of drug addiction but they are now convinced she's past it Her brother Rusty however is not He's cold and distant to his once beloved sister because of the hell she put the family through and his coldness toward Montana exacerbates the boy's yearning for his biological father A wave of newcomers to town also brings violence Senior citizens are beaten nearly to death in their own homes bring fear to the small town for the first time Two of the newcomers Rue and Don are there through a Christian second chances program to do construction work on the Christian camp Ivy's parents run Montana takes to both men uickly and they Rue in particular not only befriend him but teach him about construction work in the processAs the beatings escalate local law enforcement is hard pressed to figure things out but if they don't nobody in the town is safe As new men in town and as former substance abusers Rue and Don fall under suspicion It becomes difficult for Ivy who has fallen for Rue and vice versa I enjoyed the resolution I suspected who the criminal might be but there was enough doubt sowed by the author to make the big reveal satisfying when it happened

  2. Cindi Cindi says:

    This author has a gift with being able to write a great suspense story The characters are believable and likeable The mystery aspect keeps you guessing and anxious to keep the pages turningI don't often read suspensemystery because they can be uite predictable Kathy Herman's novels are a wonderful exception I can always count on her to provide a story that goes much deeper than a typical who done itI'm anxious to start the next book in the series

  3. Nikki O’Hara Nikki O’Hara says:

    This book was fine for an easy uick read I thought this book was very predictable I figured out a lot of the ending in the first couple chapters Not my favorite

  4. Holly Holly says:

    It was goodThis turned out to be a good story It took me awhile to relate to the characters But by the end I really liked Rue and Ivy Wish I would have read book 1

  5. Desiree Desiree says:

    Great readMystery background to the story of who is behind all the beatings and robberies taken place in Jacob's EarNew characters are introduces and you find yourself wondering which ones of them are behind itI did however had suspected who it was and turned out to be right but that didnt spoil the story for me I enjoyed the book

  6. Rena Rena says:

    Worst book I've read maybe ever Terrible writing cheesy and mindless I felt like I was reading a made for TV movie Just not my thing

  7. Vera Godley Vera Godley says:

    Ivy Griffith has been in prison because she covered up the death of a high school classmate ten years ago Having gained control over her drug habit and having paid her debt to society for her crime she wants to begin afreshIn her heart beats that of a loving mother of her seven year old son Montana and Ivy wants to keep him safe from her past and give him a safe future But Montana needs and wants a male influence in his life and that influence presents himself in the form of Rue KesslerIs Rue just what Ivy and Montana need and what she's been praying for or is he going to bring further trouble into their lives? After all Rue's history is not all that stellarAuthor Kathy Herman brings to the pages characters with real troubles and real life situations and reveals their very real struggles The characters discover the depth of God's forgiveness for themselves and others They discover the beauty of second chancesA good read and a good array of characters and plot I really like Montana A little boy with a big heart one to cherish as his mother Ivy doesDISCLOSURE I borrowed this book from the local public library All opinions expressed here are my own

  8. Elaine Elaine says:

    uote from this book Let us never be deceived into thinking that the magnitude of our sin negates His grace for grace just abounds all the While I love the reminders of God's grace I thought this book was predictable and a bit puerile but that could have to do with the Christian book aspect Ivy tells Rue a stranger to her and her young son that he can't take her son out alone and then feels the need to justify her reasons as though she was guilty of hurting Rue's feelings She then lets him take her son out at night alone to view the stars What responsible parent does that? Conversations go round and round regarding Rue and Ivy's possible relationship and the two of them staying clean from drugs and alcohol Also oft repeated is talk about the person responsible for attacking the citizens and why two possible suspects remain on the sheriff's radar The guilty party was easy to figure out early on No surprise there In fact there were no surprises in the entire book I don't know how many times the author could have used the phrase Bobby popped a pink bubble

  9. Laura Hix Laura Hix says:

    While the characters of this book were pretty boring the book itself was very goodI loved the message it had on forgiveness of others and forgiving yourselfThis was a great easy read and one that lifted my spirits I am anxious to read the rest of the seriesBeing the second in a trilogy the book can also stand alone and I love that in seuelsThe story was kind of predictable By the middle of the book the mystery was clear as dayBut for the non heavy easy read I really enjoyed Never Look Back

  10. Tammy Tammy says:

    This is the second book in the Phantom Hollow series I read the first book and wasn't blown away by it I found the first one very predictable but I also was drawn into the lives of the characters so I decided to finish the seriesI liked this book a bit than the first Even though I still didn't find it suspenseful this time I thought the ending would be different than it turned out to be

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