Wednesday, December 21, 2011

Book review: Lonestar Angel by Colleen Coble

"Lonestar Angel" by C. Coble is certainly an unusual book. It is a thrilling, page turning mystery novel that still weaves strong Christian Elements in the storyline without loosing its authenticity.

It tells the story of a couple Eden and Clay that drift apart over the loss of their child. They get a divorce, but then find each other again because Clay believes their daughter may still be alive. While trying to determine whether the little girl at a youth camp is truly their daughter, Eden and Clay are working as counselors for the children and working as individuals to safe their marriage. Danger is threatening their new life, a kidnapper attacks and Clay and Eden must trust each other as partners to prevent harm to the children and themselves.

The story is written with intricate detail, the characters are well developed and the tempo is fast-paced. The book keeps the reader interested throughout the pages and makes it a real page turner. I truly enjoyed my first experience of a Colleen Coble book and it certainly will not be my last book by this author.

Disclaimer: I received a copy of this book from in exchange for an honest review. The opinions expressed in this blog entry are solely my own and have not been influenced by booksneeze or the author of the book.

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