A hurricane is bearing down on Tampa Bay and three women, whose paths might never have crossed otherwise, find themselves in an elevator heading to the same office. Each brimming with emotions. Each hiding a secret. And none anticipating what was about to happen.
The Elevator by Angela Hunt relates what happens the afternoon that three very different women find themselves trapped in an elevator of a high-rise building in Tampa Bay. They don’t know each other, nor do they realize they have anything in common. Throughout the course of the afternoon, they discover that one man links them together. Emotions rise to the surface and secrets spill forth, as Michelle, Gina and Isabel struggle with painful memories and unrealized hopes.
While portions of The Elevator‘s plot are predictable, there are surprises that Hunt is known for in her other works (The Pearl, The Note (Women of Faith Fiction), and The Debt: The Story of a Past Redeemed are my favorites). Hunt is a master at interweaving human drama, suspense and faith.
The Elevator is no exception.
Melissa has been captivated by books for as long as she can remember. She resides in Virginia and at Breath of Life.