Not Without the Truth
Harlequin, 2006 (2006)
Reviewed by Marie Hashima Lofton
adventure takes place in Peru, where Lauren Stanley returns to her childhood home many years after witnessing the death of her mother Margaret, a consul who worked for the United States ambassador. Though Lauren was told that her mother committed suicide, she has never believed it.
auren returns to Peru to write an article for
. Upon setting foot in Machu Picchu, she embarks on a series of adventures that endanger her life. She also develops amnesia, and has Dr. Armando Torres to thank for helping her regain her memories. Dr. Torres is a man of mystery, who saves her life after she falls from a bridge. Lauren senses he is keeping secrets from her. And Armando is falling in love, but knows that if Lauren had even an inkling of the truth, she would turn from him.
ot Without the Truth
is an adventure-packed
. Kay David's books are filled with romance and danger, and I always get caught up in them. Her knowledge of the area (Machu Picchu) seems thorough, and readers can easily picture the location. I enjoyed this book very much, finishing it in one day.
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