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Sanctuary Buried (WITSEC Town Series) (Volume 2) Paperback – December 31, 2014
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A British ex-pat who grew up an hour outside of London, Lisa attended Calvary Chapel Bible College where she met her husband. He's from California, but nobody's perfect. It wasn't until her Bible College graduation that she figured out she was a writer (someone told her). Since then she's taken the Apprentice and Journeyman writing courses with the Christian Writers Guild, and discovered a penchant for high-stakes stories of mayhem and disaster where you can find made-for-each-other love that always ends in happily ever after. Lisa can be found in Idaho wearing either flip-flops or cowgirl boots, depending on the season. She leads worship with her husband at their local church. Together they have two children--a sparkly Little Princess and a Mini Daddy--and there's only one bunny now (sad face). Find out more at www.authorlisaphillips.com
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Since other reviews and the synopsis give you the storyline, I'm not going to repeat it. Instead I'll talk about other things I like to know before reading a book in assuming it matters to you too. The Christian thread is moderate to strong and biblically sound. It is shown through prayer, discussion, life choices, mutual support between Christians, salvation and hope in eternity. It is well done without relying on lengthy sermons aimed at the reader. The characters are well drawn to the point of becoming realistic and distinct. They are living people in your mind. Scenes are smooth and vivid without logistical holes, fallacies and glitches. The plot is carefully and methodically laid. The bad guy is not too hard to figure out but the story is much more complex than a 'who did it' mystery. The romance is sweet with some sigh worthy moments. It would be advantageous to read book one before you read this one. They flow together and much of the character building and back stories are in the first book. You can get away with starting here but the experience won't be the same. You'll find just a few editing errors. Nothing irritating. Book 2.5 is called Sanctuary Hidden. It's the story of the sheriff's youngest brother who is a professional football player and a person mentioned several times in this book. I haven't seen it sold on its own but it can be found in a trilogy of novellas called 'Love on the Run'. It is the third story of the three in one book and is the reason that I invested in the WITSEC series. It works well as a stand alone, is inexpensive and is a good test to see of you want to invest in the full novels.
I've already preordered the next book in the series (if you know you're going to get it, pre-order prices are much cheaper). These books aren't light reads. There are some nasty bad guys and violence mixed in with the lovable and quirky characters. They stick with you long after you've finished. I, for one, will be coming back and rereading these stories in the future. I recommend this book.
The concept of a secret town for people in witness protection is highly improbable, as is the president, his wife, and his entire security detail being wiped out. However, the idea of a closed community, many of whose residents had criminal histories was intriguing, and the mystery was good.