Wednesday, November 2, 2011

Lonestar Angel by Colleen Coble

Lonestar Angel by Colleen Coble was a good book.  The story begins as Eden and Clay are separated and Eden is trying to move on from their crumbled marriage and the loss of their daughter, Brianna.  Clay shows up in Eden’s life again and shares his belief that their daughter has not died and is still under the control of her kidnapper.  He believes he knows where she is and wants Eden to go with him to find her.  They embark on their journey and experience a roller coaster ride of emotions as they search for their daughter.  The plot deepens as Eden learns more about why her daughter was taken four years before.  The story is interesting and the characters have undergone a spiritual awakening, but this book did not inspire me as much as others have.  I was not left with a desire for study or for improvement in my walk in some area.  It was simply a good book and one with an enjoyable story and Christian characters.  I would recommend it as a good vacation or holiday read.

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1 comment:

Belgie said...

The storyline of two separated parents searching for their missing daughter who everyone, including her own mother, had presumed dead drew me in. The picture of 5 small foster girls living for the summer at a ranch and the possibility of a tender reunion and a happy ending for everyone involved tugged at my heart strings. It was everything else that bugged me. The writing was good but there were just too many things I asked: REALLY? about to make the storyline believable.