Book Review: If I am Found.

One of Fifty-Two.

I did it. It took me eight days. But I did it.

Which means for the next book, I am going to have to get on it. Thank goodness I already know which one I am reading.


The book is actually the second book in a three book series.


If I’m Found.

Casey Cox is accused of a murder she didn’t commit. The victim, Brent Pace, was a close friend of Casey’s. She can’t help but feel responsible for his death since Brent was investigating the suicide of her father. A story Casey has never believed.

Book 1-52Discovering Brent’s lifeless body, Casey knows she cannot trust the cops. Especially since she believes they are involved in the death of her father. Casey has only one choice. She must run.

In the second book of the series, (the one I just read) Casey is staying steps ahead of the dirty cops, but it is only a matter of time until…. Dylan Roberts the private eye is close on her heels. The question Casey keeps asking herself in this book is should she trust Dylan Roberts; he says he believes she is innocent or is he just trying to catch her?



Terri Blackstock is the author. I have been reading her books since I was 14 and maybe even younger. Her books have always kept me turning the pages. I remember one of her books was the first one I ever finished the entire book in one day. Almost in one sitting. I couldn’t put it down.

As I have aged and read a great deal more books. The plot points are not quite as surprising. But all in all, all of her books are enjoyable and I am certain I will continue to read her books for as long as she writes them.

Blackstock is a Christian author. She does a wonderful job of blending suspense with real christian feelings.

My favorite series she ever did was the Restoration Series. It was a very intimate account of what life would be like for a family if the power went off and never came back on. How would you survive? How would you get water? How would you grow food? How would you get access to your bank accounts?

If you are going to read any of her books I would say read those ones.

And as many are still affected by the hurricanes in Florida and Texas this may help you with some new ideas on how to survive in the midst of a crisis.


Best Places to Read

Read them, when you are on a plane, eating lunch on your own, or when you are working on your tan lines.

Make sure you read the first one which is If I run. Next, If I’m Found. The last book in the series is set to be released for Spring Break. March 2018. If I Live.

Perfect timing for a beach trip. I may have to make that trip happen and this book will be one of the ones joining me.


One of Fifty-Two

Making this journey of reading fifty two books in one year. Is quite a challenge.  Click the link below if you want to know why I have decided to do this.

How many books can you read in a year?

It feels a little bit like homework. But I do love homework. Especially since I did an entire series on Homework for Grown ups. Homework as a Grown Up. What?

Anyways I know I will feel accomplished as I keep going on with my reading.

Shakespeare is my highest goal. I would love to read some of his work. I tried to read it when I was like 12 and it was far too complicated for me to understand but I am hoping I can accomplish it now.

Also,  I think I really need to invest in a library card. 🙂

Hope all is going well with you all. And let me know what books you are reading in the comments below.

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