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Wednesday, 25 February 2015

For the Sake of a Child by Stevie Turner

For the Sake of a ChildFor the Sake of a Child by Stevie Turner
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I am very excited about this read. I am so glad that the author allowed me to read this and take a chance on my honest review! I am sure its nerve wracking for authors to wonder how the readers will perceive their books at times.


We have this company called PhizzFace.Inc. The two brothers got very rich with some cream that keeps you looking younger for longer. Their sister lives off of the proceeds too. They are all older people now and still running the company, this cream is VERY expensive.

Ginny Ford wins the job of housekeeper to the directors, its a post that many would like to fill. One thing puzzles her though, why her best friend gave the job up.

When she discovers this she decided to visit her best friend and ask. However, after knocking at the door, peeking through the letterbox she discovers that it looks like the apartment is empty. How can this be? How could she leave without her being told. The neighbor next door confirms that she has indeed moved out and vacated the property.

Ginny is excited about her job. Her husband supports her in looking after their child on school days as sometimes Ginny may not be able to collect her from school, but they work it out as a couple.

Ginny hasn't been there long when she discovers something that reveals a secret paedophile network, it seems to be going on for years. She recognizes some in the discovery, and she also cannot get these little boys out of her head, especially one little boy. Where are they getting these children from? This cannot go on.

Its a powerful battle with powerful people as more and more becomes revealed. Doing one thing equals a fight with conscience, doing the other puts her family in danger.

I have never seen Stevie Turners books before. When I noticed her on someone's friends list I befriended her on Goodreads, hence, I am so very glad I did.

This book is amazing, I read it in one sitting and just couldn't leave it alone until the last page.

I don't think you would be disappointed in reading this, you really should one click it.

*Thank you Stevie Turner for allowing me to read this brilliant book"

Ginny Ford is pleased to win the coveted job of housekeeper to the directors of PhizzFace Inc. However, her joy becomes tarnished by an accidental find whilst cleaning, leading her to suspect that all is not as it should be on the managerial corridor. Delving deeper, she is shocked to uncover corruption and a secret paedophile network that has remained hidden for years, involving the very people she has come to know and trust. Unable to live with her conscience any more, she decides that she cannot keep quiet and that she must find a way of helping all the children involved. However, by trying to help the children she discovers that she has unwittingly put her entire family at risk....

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