Tuesday, November 22, 2011

Book Review: Lonestar Angel by: Colleen Coble

Book Review: Lonestar Angel 
by: Colleen Coble

Five years ago a couple, Edan and Clay Larsen experienced something no one on earth should have to go through. Their baby was kidnapped and never found. The strain of this tragedy ended their marriage, or so Edan thought. She moved to a new town, made a new start, and found a new life in Christ. She's  in a new relationship that will lead to marriage in the near future.  Life is good. In the meantime Clay has been looking for their daughter Brianna, and he believes he has found her at a youth ranch in Bluebird, Texas. To find their daughter the couple take a job at the ranch. At the ranch they rediscover their love for each other, and that God had plans for them for a more abundant life than they've ever dared to hope.

Colleen Coble is a master story-teller. She did a marvelous job developing the characters in the book and weaving them into a riveting story that kept me wanting to read more. It is touching and suspenseful. I never guessed the "bad" guy, which is so fun! The plot was action-packed full of danger, love and mystery. I loved that this book was very God-centered. The characters were challenged in their faith, and had to trust in God for their safety and for guidance. It was based on biblical principles, so there were no extra-marital affairs or ungodly conduct. The characters grew in their relationship with the Lord throughout the book. I highly recommend this book and this author.

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