Title: Saving Hannah
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Cover Artist: Tiferet Designs
Publication Date: December 18, 2018
Length: 200 pages
Reviewed by Racheal
Thomas Aberthol’s luck has run out. His daughter, Hannah, needs a miracle he can’t deliver. A hacker with a felony record, Thomas has little chance of finding work that will provide the care she needs. Out of money, out of options, and out of hope, he throws himself on the mercy of someone he never thought to see again.
Even after ten years, Aleksander Sanna still dreams of that drunken kiss. A perfect moment in time when Thomas wanted him. In his world of elegant code and high finance, the picture he holds of Thomas torments him in the dark of night.
Their worlds collide as Thomas interviews for the job he so desperately needs with the company Aleks inherited from his father. Thomas doesn’t get the position, but Aleks offers him a completely different kind of proposal, one suited to Thomas’s unique talents… one that will change the course of both their lives.
Nothing screams pure enjoyment more so than finding a great story line that has not only a second chance romance, a hint of a little bit of geekiness, but also has that zest of danger to really get my interest piqued! J.P. Barnaby, brilliantly captures all this in "Saving Hannah."
Thomas was on top of his career when he discovered something that wasn't quite right going on at his job, however, by discovering this flaw tacked on a five year prison sentence, destroying any chance of a job, missing the birth of his only daughter, the death of her mother during birth and the onset of her uphill battle with cancer. Two years after his sentence, things have been increasing worse for him. That is until his past comes searching for him asking for his help.
Aleks is born into a life of luxury and has had basically all his financial needs met since birth, but what he has lacked was a family. He thought he found that in the picture of the face that he saw in the newspaper clipping of a man and his child in need of money for her cancer treatments the same man that bolted ten years ago and never looked back.
Now their worlds collide once again, both needed each other but for different reasons. This book is so powerful, these two character's have such a history that as you read you can feel their connection so deeply even after a decade apart.
Finally, they both start to get that family and security only to have one of their father's sins come back and threaten to destroy everything they have built.
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