I read the "Deep End of the Ocean", and I must admit, it didn't touch me, as this book did. "The Most Wanted" is a title that fits the book for many reasons, but mostly because this book is all about being wanted: as a daughter, a criminal, a lover, a mother, and a wife. To where you feel the most wanted, and who you feel the most wanted with is where you'll be the happiest. The main message is if you're not the most wanted, find somewhere you will be.
Surprisingly good. The story of a teenager who foolishly marries a prisoner and the attorney who becomes her mentor. This book was paced well and the characters were written well.
Great book ! Fast read, makes you want to finish !
From the back cover: Arley Mowbray is young, smart and lonely. Very lonely. And then she strikes up a correspondence with a prison inmate--and, under the spell of his poetic, seductive letters, falls helplessly, stubbornly in love.
This is a fantastic story--a real page turner.
A young, smart and lonely, very lonely woman stikes up a correspondence with a prison inmate. She hires Annie Singer, a tough Texas attorney to help unite Arley with her beloved. Annie does - against her better judgment. Good one!