In another addition to this “anything but Ordinary” series, Mr. Kiefer continues to weave a family saga. He has entwined Hispanic Folklore, the LGBT community, and generations of family life. Once again, he pulls the reader into a world, that even if foreign, the reader can easily relate to the characters and intense emotions contained within.
An estranged daughter comes home to help care for her mother and finds a diary addressed to her. With flashbacks, the author tells a tale of growth, evolution, and a version of acceptance.
I have enjoyed this author and his series for the last couple of years, and I am always happy when an additional book is available.
For a short time, this entire series is available to read as part of Kindle Unlimited.
“The first time that I saw Sin, actually saw it, was that morning in 1961. You have heard one version or another of what happened, so you know that your Tia Luciana, was shot that morning, but you have not heard this part of the story. I am not sure why I never told you. Maybe I was waiting to find out whether you would ever exercise your gift before I shared my history.”
These were the words that Sara read in her mother’s diary. These were the words that would start her down a journey of self-discovery that might change her perception of . . . everything.