Monday, November 29, 2010
We've all moved at some point in our lives. It becomes the experience we all dread. We hate the packing up of boxes and then trying to bribe friends and family members to help us load the rental truck. So many of us wish we could just hire a moving company to pack it all up, load it up, deliver it and unpack the boxes into our homes, yet few can afford to do it.
The one thing you need to remember is to read the contract including the fine print of every page. Otherwise you may just wind up like detective Vance Graegan, who decides its time to retire from the D.C. police force after a very difficult sniper case and follow his wife's dream to open a deli. She is after all been a successful caterer and Vance longs for a much simpler lifestyle. So what could be easier than to hire a moving company. They show up and pack everything up as required and make sure that Vance has signed his contract.
After that it's simply time to meet them in California at their new home, only when Vance arrives in California, he's about to discover that reading that fine print may just cost him more than the possessions in the moving truck after the driver begins to blackmail him. Mere coincidence? You'll have to read the book, Possession by Rene Gutteridge to find out.
I received this book compliments of Tyndale House Publishers for my honest review and beginning with the prologue, this one had me hooked until the very end. Now I am off to find other novels by Rene Gutteridge. She is a very talented author using our own personal experiences of the things we all deal with, to get us emotionally involved in the storyline and characters. Loved it and hands down rate this a 5 out of 5 stars. I may never opt to use a moving company again after reading this one.
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