Tuesday, June 29, 2010

Blog Tour: Missing Max by Karen Young

About Missing Max:

When baby Max is kidnapped during Mardi Gras, Jane and Kyle Madison’s life falls apart. What their daughter, Melanie, does next is unthinkable.
Max vanished into thin air while in the care of his teenage sister, Melanie. Six months later, the family is a shadow of its former self: Melanie blames herself and is acting out and rebellious; Jane is obsessed with finding Max; and Kyle, a lawyer, struggles to cope with his own grief—and a persistent suspicion that one of his cases is connected to Max’s disappearance.

With her family in turmoil and her marriage on the rocks, Jane thinks things can’t get any worse. Then when an affair and an unexpected pregnancy threaten to tear the Madisons’ lives apart, an anonymous caller leads to a break in the case. Can a second kidnapping bring their family back together?

About Karen Young:

Karen Young has sold over 10 million copies of her emotion-filled tales. She has penned romance, romantic suspense, and thrillers, but always keeps romance at the core of her stories.

After a nomadic lifestyle involving 25 moves, Karen has settled in Texas and fallen in love with its culture. To learn more - including how you could win a Kindle! - visit www.KarenYoung.net.

My thoughts:

As a parent who has become separated from their child in a very busy theme park, I can truly relate with Jane in the beginning of this story. Frantic is the best word I can think of to describe how I felt with my three year-old being lost amongst all those people. Fortunately for my family, we had a happy ending less than a half hour later, and didn't have to go through the roller coaster of emotions that the Madison family did. This story was quite gripping from start to finish so make sure you've got the time to spare when you start reading...because this book won't let you go!

Review copy generously provided by Rebeca Seitz at Glass Road PR.

Find out more on the web:
Karen Young
Glass Road PR


CeeCee said...

Wow Jen, I'm so happy your little one was found. (((Hugs)))

Jenny said...

Me, too! *hugs* backatcha :)