Sunday, March 6, 2011

NO SAFE HAVEN by Kimberley and Kayla R. Woodhouse

First off I want to thank LibraryThing Early Reviewers for sending me this book to review and secondly I want to give a BIG 2 thumbs up to the Woodhouse mother/daughter team for writing such a good, exciting and Christ-centered book!!! I will look forward to reading your next book when it comes out, so keep up your excellent work!

Janna and Andie TIkaani-Gray are trying to make a fresh start after losing their husband/dad in a terrible car accident. But things start to go terribly wrong when on a small plane flying home to Alaska their loyal pilot seeks to sabotage their small plane. If not for the passenger riding along next to the pilot, no one would probably have lived. But because of Cole Maddox, the last-minute passenger, they are alive and stranded on the top of a remote mountain with a winter storm headed their way and possibly more men out to kill the two ladies. Cole seems to know what is going on, but can they really trust him with their lives? And why are there people who are after Jenna and Andie??

I liked so many things about this story. I liked the way it kept the time and place and the thoughts of each character in short segments throughout the story. I liked the "spunk" that little Andie had and her trusting nature, her love for people and concern for their eternal abode. She was a young girl who had alot she could have complained about and been angry about, but she had a beautiful way of trusting God and being happy with who she was. I also liked the way this family had an impact on Cole and the struggles he had and how you could understand where these people were coming from and went through their struggles with them.

There was alot of action, adventure, suspense and I liked the way Colleen Coble summarized this book, it is "a nail-biting delight of a romantic suspense novel. I think that really sums up what you will find when you read this story. It was hard for me to put this book down, so block out some time to enjoy!

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