Ибо так возлюбил Бог мир, что отдал Сына Своего Единородного, дабы всякий верующий в Него, не погиб, но имел хизнь вечную.
While I receive many books in exchange for review, I am never required to leave a positive review. All thoughts and opinions are my very own.

Sunday, December 17, 2017

12 Days of Blogmas Day 5: Holiday Hideout by Lynette Eason

Abby's heartbroken that she couldn't save her sister and niece after both die during an attempted home-delivery. To make matters worse, her brother-in-law and his cop buddies are makin g her life miserable. She's on the run now but she's afraid that Reese could hurt the wonderful family that she is staying with. Abby wants to tell Cal her story but she's afraid that since he's a cop he'll side with Reese. Can she trust him with her life, and her heart?

This gets 5 stars!

1: I could not put it down! The story had me from the start. The suspense was bone chilling, or maybe that was a side effect of reading about the snow ;) (Whenever I read books about snow or the cold I always get cold, even if it's 90 degrees out? It's so weird!)

2: As far a Christmas-y level, it was half and half. There were Christmas trees everywhere and twinkle lights, but no Christmas cookies or stockings (Although, to be fair, their lives were in danger for two weeks straight)

3: That plot twist though.... I was waiting for it, I've read too many of her books not to be watching for it, but this one was really good.

4: I loved to see Abby face all of her biggest fears in one day! And seeing how it forced her back into the loving arms of her Savior... 😍😍😍

5: Talk about love at first sight! The LoveInspired line most certainly earns its name! All you mushies out there are gonna like this one, I can almost guarantee. (If you don't like it, the problem isn't the book.... *Cough cough*)

No comments:

Post a Comment