Author: Polly Becks
Genre: Romantic Suspense
International attorney and human rights advocate Elisa Santiago believes she has life under control—an impressive career, a solid group of friends in Obergrande, and a handsome law partner for hot “car action” when she needs release. Little does she know that her entire world is about to burn down when she discovers that nothing she believes she knows about herself and her past is true. Can the gorgeous former CIA operative, acting as her guide and guard as she returns to Colombia, the land of her birth, looking for answers, set her world on fire in a good way?
THURSDAY’S CHILD: Far to Go is the fifth book in the eight-book series The Extraordinary Days by breakthrough novelist Polly Becks. The first book, No Ordinary Day, tells the tale of an epic tragedy that changes life forever in a small town in the wild, mystic Adirondack Mountains of upstate New York, and the mystery surrounding that tragedy.
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I did not read the other books in the series, but I’m not sure if it’s necessary – I could follow the storyline of “Thursday’s Child: Far to Go” just fine. Maybe I missed out on some of the nuances, but I didn’t feel like that. Elisa Santiago is an international attorney and human rights advocate. She has a great career, some amazing friends, and a handsome law partner. But then she finds out that her past is a lie, and along with a handsome CIA operative, she has to find answers to her questions about her past.
I adored the plot. Elisa is such a great person and I kept on hoping for her to be okay, and to find out about her past, and I admired how resourceful and brave she was. The writing is great, and I instantly felt part of the story.
Romance and suspense mix wonderfully in this well-written book. Recommended to fans of this genre.