⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 5 out of 5
She has nothing left to live for. She’s struggling to keep herself going and her body is showing the turmoil she’s been through and is still going through. She’s opened her own antiques shop, but she’s struggling to keep it open. When she finds a man on her couch in her house one night, her world is shaken up again. It seems that tragedy follows Rory Flanagan ever since her mother gave her the old necklace with the black butterfly on it.
He’s a loner. He was left on the steps of a church shortly after he was born. Adopted by a woman that worked for a prominent family in Berry Springs, Christian Locke is a man that has no family. He is a mystery to the town’s folk. People keep their distance from Christian.
There are a lot of secrets in Berry Springs. When a mysterious young woman is found in the ditch by Rory one night, the entire town is talking about it. Rory isn’t a stranger to the small-town talk, and when she encounters her bully from school at the crime scene, she finds herself worried about the talk in town being centered on her. This story is full of mystery, coincidences, twists, and tragedy. The necklace that Rory received from her mother has its own secrets and mystery surrounding it. When Rory finds a windchime that matches the necklace her curiosity gets the best of her then things really get interesting. I love the suspense, mystery, and characters in this book. I loved the book and found it hard to put down. I love a good who done it story and Redemption Road hits the mark perfectly. With the mystery of the necklace, the journal that Rory picks up, and death of a young woman found in a ditch, there was a lot to figure out in this book, but the twists and turns were nothing I was prepared for. I give this story a 5-star review and I am looking forward to more stories by Ms. McKinney.