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- Print Length: 114 pages
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- Publisher: Prism Book Group (June 24, 2016)
- Publication Date: June 24, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01GGEX7Z8
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Breaking Barriers (Love Is Book 8) Kindle Edition
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A sweet romance with lots of suspense.
If the church comes under the persecution as described in this book, I hope there’s a character like Ann leading the charge. She’s brave and determined to follow God, even in the midst of danger.
She went into scary situations without thought of herself.
I enjoyed the fast pace, continuous action, and high tension. The good guys were great, the bad were devils.
I recommend this book, and I look forward to more by Gail Pallotta.
Other than the continuation of the assignment to kill to the Worm, nothing more is said about past-Senator Randolph nor his, seemingly obvious, criminal role to use anti-Christianity for his profit...
If you are able to bypass the lack of knowing the real villain, other than his hired hand, and see him brought to justice, then you may enjoy the story that is presented. I didn't. Even if this is part of a series, each book should provide sufficient information to make the single storyline totally satisfactory and complete.
As we've already seen in America, attacking of churches is not new...nor is there just one specific religion that has been targeted. Those Christian churches may have been attacked because of race as opposed to the religion taught in that facility. However, at this time, in this story, apparently all Christians were being targeted. The latest attack was at the church attended by Ann Jones, our main character.
Being late had undoubtedly saved her life, but when she saw the devastation of the sanctuary, she knew she had been called to act...
Up until that time, I was totally involved. Yes, Ann had organized to bring Christians together in secret, to begin to plan for dealing with what happened. Her dedication seemed to be successful as people gathered and were ready to work with her...
And then it turned primarily into a love story...
James Crawford had been at the first meeting called to begin plans. Ann admitted that his eyes on her had caught her attention...but she would not be turned aside...she knew based upon the abuse from her father, that you could not trust the eyes of men...
But, she did succumb and they began to date...
And when James fell hard for Ann, he began to coax her to give up the leadership of her group. Ann would become angry every time this happened, so that James decided he'd have to stop the relationship since he couldn't stand the worry and fear he felt for her...
About that time, I was saying..."Say What?" I don't know about you, but if there was an anti-Christian movement going on and all churches were being attacked or threatened and I felt called to lead a group against those who were threatening our very lives, I just don't think my life would continue on as it had...
Nor would I not be depending upon God for strength...
Nor accept that a Christian friend would constantly insist I give up what I had been called to do...
And I certainly wouldn't come to depend upon that man to help protect me during that time, for Ann readily admitted that she no longer felt safe after James' split...
Then there is the new employee where Ann worked...she immediately was concerned about the relationship he had with the owner...thinking he would push her out of her job, but then it was James who suggested she was probably wrong about him. Frankly, this is not how a female manager, already in her position, would have acted...
I was quite disappointed with the author. The books she has routinely written have been wonderful. It is my personal opinion that writing a series book was not a good idea. It obviously placed her into a situation that did not reflect her own choices in writing this book. For me, the whole story did not make sense, there was no continuity from the beginning, with a horrible event...into a lackadaisical courtship and managerial job with little real action except by The Worm who had been contracted to kill her.
Sure, she had been targeted...but she constantly refused to believe that her secret organization wasn't the reason because she believe it was totally secret! Come on...in today's society, nothing that has a universal action can be kept secret. If people don't know that by now, they are escaping into a life outside of reality...
There are many others who have reviewed this book and recommended it. Do take the time to read other reviews. I cannot support this book as written... I do want to add one small, but disruptive to reading, matter about the writing. It was very clear that the writer constantly used other action words rather than the repetitive walk...In many cases, the alternative action word was strange... For instance, "He must have frightened my attacker when he strolled out of the building.” I doubt an attacker would ever stroll when leaving the scene of a crime, do you?
This is not the normal quality for Gail Pallotta, but in this case, I recognize that my opinion is based upon what I expect from this writer... You decide.Book
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