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Handcuffs and a Pyramid of Satin Paperback – July 6, 2011
About the Author
Pamela Kay Noble Brown is a resident of Columbia, South Carolina, where she lives with her husband Virgil Brown. She enjoys reading, writing, acting, and attending church. Pamela also enjoys bowling, roller-skating, traveling, dancing, and singing (mainly in the shower). She would love to read your thoughts and reviews on this story. She dedicates "Handcuffs and a Pyramid of Satin" to her husband Virgil, her brother James Noble, Jr. and her sister Kim Noble Johnson for their continued love and support.
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Kelly Cavenaugh is an American woman, who has been happily married for two years. She feels however, that something is missing in her life. She decides to leave her husband, Jeff, for a while to visit the city of Frankfurt in Germany, where she was born, when her father was in the army.
Jeff is shocked that Kelly has gone to Germany without him and asks advice of his church minister.
Kelly meanwhile hangs around Frankfurt with David, a dashing attentive man, she has met at a club. Everything looks great at first, but not everything is at it seems and David puts Kelly in real danger.
Although the story might be a little farfetched, it is a nice read for a Sunday afternoon. It's easy to relate to the characters of Kelly and Jeff, and as far as Christian fiction goes, the story has a good morale to it, without being to preachy.
Noble Brown is a new author, with good story telling skills. I can recommend this novella to anyone who is looking for a light Christian themed romance story.
The author is truly creative and has a long future ahead of her in Christian novels but her talent is not limited to this genre.