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Reviewed by Melinda Hills for Readers' Favorite
The universe is full of mysteries and some of the most enduring are the explanation for the building of the pyramids, the disappearance of the Anasazi and the belief that earth has been visited by extra-terrestrial beings in times long past. In Misplaced by S.L. Hulen, all of these questions are dumped at the feet of a very down-to-earth lawyer whose goal is to ease the suffering of immigrants to El Paso, Texas. With the appearance of a young woman who was certainly not the usual client at the Center for Help, Victoria’s world is turned upside down as she struggles to make sense of the situation. Coming to grips with the arrival of a royal visitor from 2181 B.C. Egypt, Victoria works as hard as ever to make the arrangements needed to get Khara back home to fulfill her destiny. Hunted for her priceless jewelry by a discredited Egyptologist, Khara travels to New Mexico with Victoria in hopes of finding the portal through which she can return to take her rightful place as the Queen of the Upper and Lower Kingdoms. Is it possible or are the old tales and legends of the ancient days simply stories?
As unbelievable as the events may seem, S.L. Hulen weaves them together masterfully to create a truly interesting, engaging story full of mystery, love, loss and adventure. The greed of some human hearts is balanced by the self-sacrifice of others so that what is right has the chance to triumph. No one ever said that life is fair – it just takes a different way of looking at things to rise above the disappointment. Misplaced is a story you will be sorry to see end.