‘Maybe God was still there with her, never leaving her, always wanting to help her, always loving her.’
The first book in Jody Hedlund’s series drew me in almost instantly and I absolutely loved it! I couldn’t wait for the second in the series and now that I’ve read it, I loved it also.
Ellen Creighton could use some of that holy water her sister Marian and father used, because she is near death’s door from a genetic disease. And Harrison, paralyzed and in a wheelchair since the age of four, could use some, too. But things are not that simple. They can’t get anymore unless they travel back in time to retrieve it and then there is a chance they may not find it.
Get on board with this series and watch and read in awe as Hedlund takes her readers on a wonderful split time story! I found myself gasping may times, hand to chest in wonderment. I loved every minute! I hated for it to end.
My thanks to Revell for a copy of this book via Net Galley. The opinion here is entirely my own.
Award-winning, best-selling author, Lynette Eason writes for Harlequin’s Love Inspired Suspense line and for Revell, a division of Baker Publishing Group. Her books have hit the Publisher’s Weekly, CBA and ECPA bestseller lists and have won numerous awards such as the prestigious Carol Award, the Selah, the Daphne, the IRCC award and more. Lynette is married, has two children, and lives in Greenville, SC.
‘She was getting really tired of people aiming guns at her.’
Lynette Eason begins a new series with this one and it is incredibly good. Penny and Holt are great primary characters and each also have issues that need to be dealt with, which makes the story even better. They are fighting for their lives from the get-go here and the action rarely lets up for more than a few hours.
Eason has once again crafted very real characters and an awesome plot. She also manages to create a super bad, bad guy. I was on pins and needles on more than one occasion. Eason really knows her stuff when it comes to writing a suspenseful novel.
Skillfully told and populated with good characters, this is one for the keeper shelf for sure.
My thanks to Revell Publishing for a copy of this book via Net Galley. The opinion here is entirely my own.
‘You’re afraid of God not doing things your way. Stop telling God what you want, and let him work his will in you. You might find answers.’
The instant I put down a Susan May Warren book, my heart and head are so full, it’s nearly impossible to think of anything else and craft a review worthy of said book. My heart is just so full, totally captivated by these amazing characters and their lives.
Warren begins a new series, Sky King Ranch, with this book. Set in the state of Alaska, her descriptions are so incredibly vivid, I can very nearly feel the cold and see with my mind’s eye the beautiful vistas in the scenes of the book. The dog sleds, the plane rescues, the cabins, the grizzlies, all seem so real!
Dodge and Echo captured my heart with their love that began as children. Makes me want to follow them into old age because this is a forever love destined to never dim one bit. This story was totally satisfying in every way and one I will not forget. And it ends on a note that left me gasping. Perfection. Well done!
I won a copy of this book on the Library Thing site. I was not required to leave a review. The opinion here is my own.