Monday, April 21, 2014

every parent can relate.

Parents lose their children when they become teenagers. They begin to drive themselves places, would rather spend their time hanging out with friends, kids simply need parents less and less as they grow. In Lisa Scottoline's latest thrilling page turner, Keep Quiet, Jake Whitmore is going through what every parent goes through at some point, and he's trying to win his teenager back. Jake's attempt to bond with his sixteen year old son, Ryan turns tragic when a devastating car accident with Ryan at the wheel kills a young girl. Jake, who like any parent would do anything to protect his child, makes an impulsive decision to save his son's future. This leads to a sort of domino affect throughout the rest of the story showing us how important one decision can be, especially if you make the wrong one.

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