Dark Road Home (Edge of Freedom #2)

Dark Road Home (Edge of Freedom #2)Dark Road Home by Elizabeth Ludwig
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

A great second book in the Edge of Freedom Series. This one follows Ana, a young lady with a tragic, and painful past. As a child she survived a horrible fire that killed her mom and young sister. She was able to escape and was sent to America to live her life. Years later Ana is living in a boarding house and working a semi-normal life. She is asked to help volunteer at a church shelter for women and children, and she reluctantly agrees. There Ana runs into Cara’s brother and they start a friendship. From there, some trouble occurs and they have to find the faith and strength to make it through.
I received this book as an ARC for my honest review.

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Book overview:

Ana Kavanagh’s only memories of home are of fire and pain. As a girl she was the only survivor of a terrible blaze, and years later she still struggles with her anger at God for letting it happen.
At a nearby parish she meets and finds a kindred spirit in Eoghan Hamilton, who is struggling with his own anger–his sister, Cara, betrayed him by falling in love with one of his enemies. Cast aside by everyone, Eoghan longs to rejoin the Fenians, a shadowy organization pushing for change back in Ireland. But gaining their trust requires doing some favors–all of which seem to lead back to Ana. Who is she and who is searching for her? As dark secrets from Ana’s past begin to come to light, Eoghan must choose which road to follow–and where to finally place his trust


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