Set in the high-pressure world of a Chicago television newsroom, author Denise Hunter brings to life a story of intrigue and integrity, of secrets divulged and promises kept. Paula Landin-Cohen's new job as an investigative reporter quickly puts her in the spotlight as she pursues a story that becomes nationally followed as the Switched at Birth Mystery.
Finding what really happened to the young couple's baby will assure her a coveted role as news anchorwoman but she also faces the challenges of a shaky marriage, a colleague who fiercely asserts his desire for the job, and a past decision that haunts her.
This book followed in line with the first two books of the series in that it was an exceptional read.
It picks up Paula's story where book 2 leaves off and then follows her to Chicago and a news story that changes her life in a very personal way.
The issue of abortion and the consequences thereof were continued throughout this book. I don't want to give too much away but still want to convey how intriguing this story was.
Another great book from Denise Hunter!
Now that my reviews of the series are over, I do want to mention that each book has some factors that are very coincidental and not very realistic. But that is the greatness of fiction. The author can take unrealistic happenings and turn them into a great story.
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