Ибо так возлюбил Бог мир, что отдал Сына Своего Единородного, дабы всякий верующий в Него, не погиб, но имел хизнь вечную.
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Friday, March 31, 2017

Review: Agent Undercover by Lynette Eason

This Love-Inspired Suspense takes place in the mountains of NC, right close to Bryson City (been there, this isn't  helping!). Paige is an undercover DEA agent and the one person who could be a witness for her case is a six year old boy who hasn't spoken since the night of the fire that killed his mother and Paige's friend Larry. Paige and Will seem to bond though, and she finds herself drawn to his uncle Dylan. But will the fear from her past loosen its grip enough for Paige to become part of this family? This book will keep you guessing til the very end as to who was responsible!

5 5 5 5 5! (I liked it, can you tell?)

1: I fell in love with Will immediately, and his adorableness was almost too much to handle! I was seriously close to tears when he said "I love you Paige!" AGH! His relationship with Paige was indescribable, in the best possible way!

2: Oh my goodness, watching Dylan and Paige fall in love was aMAZing! Lynette Eason really has the whole love-at-first-sight thing down to a sigh-worthy science!

3: Definitely was rooting for Paige as she rediscovered the peace and love of God! Way to go Dylan, for helping her!

4: Guess what! It's part of a series, and if the sample chapter I read for book two was any indication, I'm going to be devouring these books. They only take me about 2 1/2 hours to read, while the Revell ones take 5-5 1/2. And yes, I do read them in as few sittings as possible. Sometimes I just have to put it down and pull myself back mentally. Remember that it is a work of fiction. And, heaven help me, stop praying for the people in the books. Seriously?

5: So I know I always say this, but this time I mean it! That epilogue about put me out of commission! It was perfection, literal literary perfection!

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