Full of fear, Sarah Tucker woke up in a
hospital room with no memories. As well, she has a baby she
canít remember, who is missing. As she lies there trying to
remember anything, an angry man barges in. He is her missing
childís father and he wants his daughter back.
After seven long months, Jake Sanders
finally finds Sarah, the woman who left him without a word,
taking their child with her. Now, he needs her to remember,
so that he can find out where his daughter is and reclaim
her. He just has to keep his feelings from clouding his
Silent Run grips you from the first paragraph.
Ms. Freethy continuously throws in twists and turns that
keep the plot energetic and pulsing. The reader wants to
take both Jake and Sarah and shake them to make them realize
how their actions are affecting the other. Jake and Sarahís
personal quirks make for interesting extra suspense. At the
end you hope for a happily-ever-after but you arenít sure it
will come, until it does.