June 28, 2013

Ransomed Dreams

by Sally John
Christian Fiction

For every marriage that takes an unexpected turn...

When a dream life turns horribly tragic, Sheridan and Eliot Montgomery whisk themselves off to a remote place in Mexico to escape further danger. A year and a half later, someone Sheridan thought she’d never see again, finds her and detours her quiet life into a whirlwind of the past—filled with deception, betrayal, and heartbreak.

I couldn’t put this book down. Ransomed Dreams pulls the reader through intrigue, misfortune, doubt, attraction, loneliness, revelation…and the list goes on! The main characters are flawed, relatable, and layered. The scenes are vivid, almost tangible. And the story filled me with a myriad of emotions, sometimes conflicting.

Sally John has a wonderful gift of tugging at readers’ heartstrings, jerking the rug from beneath them, and giving them a soft place to land. I L-O-V-E-D this book.

Cover: Like it
Title: Love it
Publisher: Tyndale Publishing
Pages: 391
Pace: Steady
First Line (prologue): At precisely twelve minutes, thirty-five seconds past ten o'clock in the morning Venezuelan time, Sheridan Montgomery's world ceased to exist.

1 comment:

  1. You make me want to read this book! Wonderful review.


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