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The Soul Saver Paperback – May 1, 2012
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This book was an incredible journey. To say I enjoyed it would be a gross understatement. If you are married to a nonbeliever, are an artist or have ever just felt that you were struggling with something God wanted you to do, you ll enjoy this book. --Lori Twichell, Radiant Lit
This story is not only well written and relatable, but it offers a great example of the power of prayer and demonstrates the spiritual warfare going on in our world. The characters are well developed and show spiritual growth throughout the book. The plot had many twists, but the story flows smoothly. --Church Libraries
This book is a powerful tale of good and evil, trust, and deception. It will keep readers on edge until the end. --Joseph Bentz, CBA Retailers+Resources
Sent by God on missions to save souls, Lexie Baltimore finds herself torn between her atheist husband and an attractive pastor, Nate Winslow. Will she resist temptation or give in to an evil assailing her? And how far will Nate go to the dark side when his daughter’s life is on the line?
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Hugh Baltimore has been striving for the very best life has to offer for the last seven years at the Stanford University where he is working on his tenure. After the loss of his daughter, Mandy, he has found solace and peace in the answers science can offer him. Whereas, his wife Lexie has clung to her faith in God to help her move forward in her life with Hugh and their remaining child, eight-year-old Jeremy. This has created a huge divide in their marriage and as long as Lexie keeps her faith to herself and stops trying to win Hugh over to God, maybe they can agree to disagree with where their futures are headed.
By it's Hugh's soul that is the ultimate prize and one that Tobias wants. He has made a pact with the former pastor of Freedom Church, Nate Winslow that he will save his daughter Sam, a recent heart recipient if he will help him in his evil plans. Knowing that God didn't help him save his wife in the accident that almost claimed Sam, he was willing to do whatever it took to ensure that he didn't lose Sam as well.
Lexie Baltimore has an extraordinaire gift from God. It's a vision he has given her to sculpt a bust of whomever he wants Lexie on a mission. Whenever she sculpts their face, Lexie knows that God will place that person in her path and she will listen to whatever promptings God places on her heart to intervene and right now that person is Nate Winslow.
I received The Soul Saver by Dineen Miller compliments of Christian Fiction Blog Alliance for my honest review and LOVED it. This is a very different look at how temptation can affect the believer and the unbeliever alike in the most astonishing ways imaginable. Let us never forget how truly real this can be in our daily battles with the enemy. Spiritual warfare is an ongoing battle and the souls that God wants to save may be the very ones we are the closest to! I highly recommend this book and rate it a 5 out of 5 stars. This truly shows us just how powerful our God is, and how effective our spiritual armor and prayer can be in winning wars.
If the summary alone wowed me, the book itself legit blew me out of the water. I was always on the edge of my seat as to what Lexie would do next and how other characters like Pastor Nate would deal with their own conflicts. For example, the chemistry between Lexie and Nate was achingly real, so I feared for what might happen if either succumbed to the temptation to cheat (or in Nate's case, take the chemistry too far). Samantha's heart condition is something I've seen before--a lot of authors use a sick kid to ratchet up the stakes. But the way this particular conflict was handled was refreshingly original.
As for Toby and Katrina...whoa. I am telling you right now, most Christian authors would not do with those characters what Dineen Miller did. Heck, most Christian authors aren't even comfortable dealing with the fact that forces beyond us exist, let alone (major spoiler ahead) letting a humanized demon or two function as a main antagonist.
Finally, what I like about The Soul Saver is that there is no fluff. There is no sugar and there are no neat and tidy endings. For example, Hugh doesn't fall on his knees and pray the Sinner's Prayer. Lexie doesn't enter into a perfect marriage, and Nate doesn't experience full emotional healing right away. But that's life, and it's real. Bravo, Dineen. I see this has become a series--will be investigating the other books as they come.