Love’s Rescue

Love's RescueAfter twisting the truth a bit to get what she wanted/needed Elizabeth Benjamin probably shouldn’t have expected a happy welcome from her semi-cold father. But Elizabeth will do what Elizabeth wants and now she is stuck in a most difficult situation. As she is forced further into a future marriage to a dull and obnoxious man Elizabeth gets more than she bargained for. Torn between duty and love, while trying to turn up the truth behind a mystery that her to-be fiancee is some how tied in to, Elizabeth discovers a muddled up mess that could ultimately be her path to freedom or her emotional demise.

What can I say? There were ships. There were sailors. There was a shipwreck. There was an ocean. AND there was mystery. It. Was. Awesome. I have never heard of Christine Johnson but upon sighting the blurb and the cover I feel hook, line and sinker. Anymore I try to stick to authors whose writing styles I am familiar with but somehow my finger found its way wandering towards this book – the pull invisible, paramount; the finger weak, submissive. And then somehow Love’s Rescue, despite the cliche title, ended up on the Nook. And before long it was 1 a.m. in the morning and Love’s Rescue was completed in a whirlwind leaving me…supremely satisfied. This was a great title and I’m looking forward to reading the next book in this series when it is released. I’m already hypothesizing what any characters met in LR will be featured in future books or if it will be new members. Whoever they are I hope they are somehow involved with the shipping trade.

DISCLAIMER: In accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising” we would like to note that we received a hardcopy of “Love’s Rescue”  provided by the publishers, Revell, in exchange for our honest review.

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5 thoughts on “Love’s Rescue

  1. Pingback: Love's Rescue | Christians Anonymous

  2. I thought of you when I read this book and just knew you would like it! I have to agree with you, though i haven’t heard of the author before, it was a fantastic novel!

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