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Peril Paperback – February 12, 2014
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Suzanne Hartmann writes Christian suspense with a twist of the unexpected. She is the editorial director for Castle Gate Press and shares easy-to-understand writing lessons on her blog, Write This Way. She is a veteran homeschool mom from the St. Louis area who enjoys a good read, scrapbooking, and studying the Bible. --This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.
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I found the theme of fear ironic for a story where the main character acts as a body guard. I know better than to assume anything with the excellence in Christian Fiction that we have today. Yet I still bought into a lure into shallow waters. On the face of it, Lady Anne appeared amazing, complete, having it all together. Yet within, she shook with worry, discussed things with the Lord, and insisted on her own control.
The sort-of hero, stock car champion Stuart Jackson, also offered an ingenious irony: the emptiness of a Lord-less life. Money, popularity, power, physical pleasure, none of it is enough to satisfy the man and fill the hole he feels in his life. He believes the beauty of Lady Anne will take care of everything, but it's really the peace she has that he craves.
I thoroughly enjoyed Peril. It proved exactly the type of read I needed for a relaxing weekend trip! If you enjoy twisted suspense, like NASCAR, (loved all of the references!) or are looking for a tightly-written, satisfying read, Peril should delight you as well!