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Sunday, July 28, 2013

New giveaway! Now I'm giving away Angel Falls by Connie Mann (with bonus review!)

About the book:

When her best friend is killed in an explosion, leaving Regina da Silva with her friend s young child, she doesn't realize that the child was as much a target as her friend. Brooks Anderson has been sent to find the child and bring it to the US. When circumstances bring them together in Brazil, they find themselves being pursued by a killer as they protect an orphaned baby. As the danger heightens around them, so does the attraction between Regina and Brooks, despite their differences. Regina and Brooks have both been broken by their violent pasts, but while Regina relies on her faith to deal with her past, Brooks has turned away from God. Will their pasts stop them from realizing their true feelings for each other when their pursuer strives to keep them apart forever?

My review:

Now this was a sensational story. I didn't know if I'd like it at first, but I thought I'd give it a try. I've not read many books set in Brazil, but wow, this was a good one. There were so many double crosses, secrets, red herrings, and conflicts, there was never a dull moment. But the best part was the healing that took place in both of their hearts.

So yes, there was action and suspense for people who love car chases and guns going off. Plenty of vivid details there. The way that the hero fought his emotion and at the same time wanted to see the heroine heal emotionally, well, it was very touching. And the way the heroine resisted love because of her past and fought the good emotion she felt around the hero made my heart flutter.

I even got teary-eyed a few times as I experienced the emotional conflict with her. There is just something beautiful about watching a woman who was hurt and abused her entire childhood (and resigned to being treated like trash) awakening to the idea that she can be loved. Sigh. Beautiful stuff. It reminded me a bit of Redeeming Love in that respect. I highly recommend this book. Oh, and the ending was perfect. Wow.

And now for the question... What do you enjoy most about books where the setting is countries other than the United States?


Anita Yancey said...

I like when the author describes the history, the customs, the buildings, the clothes and the food. It makes me feel as though I'm there and actually seeing it for myself. Thanks for this chance.


Connie Mann said...

Hi Michelle--Thanks so much for taking a chance on Angel Falls!! I'm thrilled that you enjoyed it and appreciate your wonderful review so very much!

Good luck to everyone who enters the drawing!
Connie Mann

windycindy said...

Hello, The book cover is wonderful. I like reading books set in countries other than the United States for many reasons...I learn about different cultures, important land features of the country, etc.
Many thanks, Cindi

Victoria Zumbrum said...

I love reading about other countries describing the people, places and history. Thanks for the awesome giveaway. This book sounds really good. Please enter me.

Andrea said...

I like to be able to picture the places in my head and to feel like I am in the story with the characters.

Heather said...

I love reading about other foreign places because it paints such a real and tangible portrait of the place and gives you the feeling of experiencing it with the characters.

Michelle Sutton said...

and the winner is...


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