Her Stolen Past Movie Trailer (Lifetime Movie Network)


From the Lifetime Movie Network and Harlequin comes a new movie about a woman with a stolen past. HER STOLEN PAST is based on the Love Inspired Suspense novel by Lynette Eason. Released in 2014, HER STOLEN PAST is about a woman who discovers a kidnapped baby’s birth certificate hidden in her late mother’s home and the danger that comes from digging into a past someone else doesn’t want revealed.

The movie is set to premiere on the Lifetime Movie Network on Feb. 2nd at 7 P.M. CST.



Her Stolen Past by Lynette EasonA STOLEN BABY

When Sonya Daniels finds a kidnapped baby’s birth certificate hidden in her late mother’s home, she’s shocked. What was her family’s connection to the child, still missing for over two decades? And what happened to the little girl? Sonya hires detective Brandon Hayes to help her get to the truth. But someone doesn’t want the truth to come out and will stop at nothing to keep them from investigating. Sonya knows the guarded cop won’t rest until he unravels the mystery—but the answers could be more than she can bear alone.

Family Reunions: Bringing loved ones back together 

Author: Lynette Eason
Series: Family Reunions #3
Genre: Romance | Suspense | Mystery | Inspirational
Imprint: Love Inspired Suspense
Publisher: Harlequin
Pages: 288
Pub Date: Aug. 05, 2014
Purchase: Harlequin | Amazon | B & N | Kobo




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