Out of love and desperation a good, religious man takes fate into his own hands and commits an unthinkable crime, which pulls at two worlds until they finally collide.
Ashleigh Taylor gives birth to identical baby girls. Hours later, a parent's worst nightmare occurs: one of her daughters is kidnapped. Twisted Webs unravels the mystery of the abduction of Callie's identical twin, Cassie, who is never to be called by her real name.
In the eight traumatic years that follow, tightly woven webs of deception encase two families.
With candor and sensitivity, Darlene Quinn probes the shock and despair, the anger and frustration of parents suddenly missing a child and the long-term effects on a family wrestling with these emotions. Each of the novel's complementary storylines--Paige Toddman's reunion with her mother, Viviana De Mornay's secret, and others--ties to the redemptive theme of motherhood.
Suspense electrifies the pages of every short, fast-paced chapter of each book in the standalone Webs series!
Webs of Fate
Webs of Power
Ashleigh Taylor was introduced in the previous book about the department super powers and their fall to leveraged buy outs. Twisted Webs takes a step back from the corporate world and looks more into the personal lives of the characters. Ashleigh has twins - but one is stolen from the cradle in the hospital days after they are born. As the hunt for the missing twin begins - we follow the lives of both sides throughout the entire story.
Some favorite characters are brought back and the small world of retailing and fashion force the kidnapped twins family and Ashleigh's family into each other's sphere time and again - with close calls and finally a recognition. The thing that really stands out in this whole drama is the lack of a bad guy. The family that has the missing twin has no idea that their daughter was kidnapped. Once the story comes to light, the story begins to really unfold in a very interesting way.
The ending was brilliant. I don't think Darlene Quinn could have done better with it. Ashleigh's attitude during the story was amazing. The strain it put on her relationships was very real. A very well-done story.
*This book was received in exchange for an honest review*