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Lisa Mills spent ten years working as a freelance writer, penning devotions, book reviews, a biography, and much more. Her articles have appeared in magazines such as "Today's Christian Woman" and "Brio." She's also contributed short stories to several anthologies aimed at encouraging families of special-needs children. Her novels have earned her a reputation as an author that writes moving stories and characters that readers can relate to. She lives in the Michiana area with her husband and their blended family of five kids, two cats, and a large dog with an over-abundance of personality.
I enjoyed this book very much! There is much romance and intrigue. Three of the characters believe in God, and there is mention of God, Bible reading and prayer Interspersed with... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Linda Jansen
I enjoy history, archeology and a good treasure hunt! Having it set in Venezuela was a refreshing change and I absolutely LOVED the journal's storyline.Published 7 months ago by rltant
This was a good read. It's sometimes hard to find books without vulgar language, but this one provided good suspense without violence and offensive language.Published on December 28, 2012 by m grandson
I admit I picked this off the free bestsellers list because I really liked the cover. The story quickly engaged me and I really wanted to see what kind of ride I was in for. Read morePublished on July 18, 2012 by Flamesprite
Very interesting book. I loved the romance aspect was intertwined with mystery. I was always guessing who was trying to sabotage the expedition, is it Raul or Manuel? Read morePublished on July 1, 2012 by Jay
Don't bother buying this book. It was a waste of my time. The story line is drawn out. I didn't care about any of the characters. Read morePublished on June 23, 2012 by Maeve Savich