Wednesday, June 13, 2012
Searching for Home
Title: SEARCHING FOR HOME
Author: Ann Gaylia O’Barr
Publisher: Oak Tara
Two years ago Hannah Forbes’ fiancé left her for a trip to Haiti. But he never returned. Now Hannah has traveled to the Mediterranean Island of Cyprus to visit a friend, and for the first time since her fiancé’s death, Hannah feels some excitement.
In Cyprus, Hannah meets the handsome, ambitious U.S. diplomat Patrick Holtzman. He takes her on tours to museums, while Hannah’s desire to go back to Nashville and her job as a computer programmer fades.
But Patrick has his own secrets. And when they’re revealed, in the middle of tumultuous world events, both must decide how much they’re willing to risk their hearts.
SEARCHING FOR HOME is the first book by Ann Gaylia O’Barr that I’ve read though she has some other releases. Ms. 0’Barr has been a Foreign Service Officer, and you can tell that she really knows her exotic locations that she writes about. She also has some wonderful phases that she uses for descriptions.
SEARCHING FOR HOME is a mystery, with some scary events, and an added addition of a romance. If you like mysteries, then SEARCHING FOR HOME will be a book that you might consider reading. The writing was rather simplistic, at times, with a few other writing problems, but it was an intriguing tale. $18.95. 267 pages.