Kensington Publishing Corp
850 Third Avenue, New York, NY 10022
Price: $3.99 U.S./$5.99 Canada
Rating: 4 Cups
Liz Atwater goes to stay with her grandmother after her marriage fails but she had no idea a handsome man had rented the room upstairs.
PI John Preshin is a former FBI agent who lost his former partner due to a mobster. Now he seeks the killer. When a sixteen-year-old asks help in finding her father, it may be his toughest case yet.
Carly Snow grew up in an orphanage thinking her mother was dead and not knowing her father’s identity. After she is asked to leave the orphanage, she sets out to locate her father.
John thought he would be alone in the house not living underneath the same roof as a beautiful divorced woman. After learning that Liz is the granddaughter of his landlady, he does not know whether to be relieved or happy. When he is hired to find a missing person, he wonders why his name is at the top of the list alongside five other names. Carly is adamant about finding her father. Liz and John work through feelings they begin experiencing while she tries to overcome a troubled past. John seeks to find his partners killer while searching for a teenagers father. When he learns the truth will it dampen what he and Liz have found together?
Glory Days is a book that I could not put down. The characters of John, Liz and Carly dance across the pages and become alive. Ms. Peterson starts off with an engaging beginning that carries the reader all the way to the end. She had me hook, line and sinker with this great captivating read. This is one thrilling story that keeps one on the edge of the seat. The refreshing characters blend remarkably to enhance a story that tantalizes. Bravo to Ms. Peterson.
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