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Stormi's Review: Caitlin's Song (Carson Chronicles, #4) by John A. Heldt


REVIEWER PURCHASE PUBLISHER: John A. Heldt RELEASED: May 2, 2019 GENRE: TIME TRAVEL, ROMANCE LENGTH: 530 pages FORMAT: EBOOK

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Love, courage, and commitment take center stage as the Carsons, a family of time travelers, continue their saga in the great American West. For the Carson children, ages 19 to 29, an unplanned stop in 1962 is a chance to grow. Adam, Greg, and Natalie begin lives with new spouses in Boulder, Colorado, while twins Cody and Caitlin get their first taste of college. All plan to resume the search for their missing parents as soon as they can. For Tim and Caroline Carson, a planned stop in the rendezvous year of 1972 is a nightmare. While reading about their children's lives in 1962, they learn that one has crossed paths with a killer. Faced with limited options, they race back to the past to reroute history and prevent a series of murders. In CAITLIN'S SONG, the fourth novel in the Carson Chronicles series, members of a modern family find romance, adventure, and terror as they seek answers and each other in four memorable eras of American history. FIVE BOUNDLESS STARS

The Carson siblings are still on the search for their parents. Tim and Caroline are on the search for their kids all the same, but once again in a different time. The oldest siblings are all married, but the youngest of the Carson siblings, Caitlin and Cody, are off to college. What better way to spend a few months in yet another era than to spend it at college, right? When an unknown danger finds the siblings, the only people that can help are their parents. When they stumble upon some things about the kids that shock them, they act as only good parents can. Oh, this book! I loved this book. I have read all of them so far, but this one was a crazy ride. From that one chapter that shook me to my core to the very last page, I was enthralled. I had to read and find out what was going to happen. This book was a prime example of love, loss, and family. It's also emotional. Every book so far from this author has been, but for me, this one was the most passionate. I love these characters so much. Each sibling has seemed to get a story of their own, while we also get a group unit story. This is Caitlin's story. And her story will shock you. I very eagerly await the next book!!!


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