An emotional and riveting adventure story
Amy Dawson strives to give her heart to foster children in a summer camp setting, where she can help them heal from hurts she herself endured as a child. Things go terribly awry when she acquires her own foster child and is forced to face her worst nightmare, the loss of her child through the ruthless scheme of a kidnapper. Add a former love interest whose appearance on the scene leaves Amy confused and struggling with her troubled memories.
Author Sara Faust keeps readers engaged in this emotional and riveting adventure story with characters who stretch the limits of resourcefulness and endurance to accomplish their goals. Sacrifice for the sake of those they love and perseverance to see justice triumph over evil are dominant themes. The dynamic interactions between characters is played out against the backdrop of nature’s most unforgiving elements.
Faust creates scenes that keep readers turning the pages, holding their breath in hope that all will turn out well for the physical and emotional well-being of the characters in the face of what seems to be utter hopelessness.
I recommend Camp Hope to readers who enjoy novels that portray the strength that overcoming emotional trauma builds and the power of undying faith when confronted with hopeless circumstances.
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