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Weaver's Needle Paperback – June 1, 2017
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“[Robin Caroll] seamlessly weaves the suspense, romance, faith, contemporary, and historical threads of this captivating story and draws a heartwarming outcome from an intriguing setting, fascinating characters, and impossible odds.” —Cynthia Ruchti, author of 20+ books, including A Fragile Hope
“A non-stop adventure of a treasure hunt in the vein of National Treasure—this time deep in the heart of the Superstition Mountains in Arizona. Filled with Caroll’s trademark suspense, killer twists, and romance, there’s everything to love in this book!" —New York Times bestselling author Tosca Lee
“Robin Caroll’s new book, Weaver's Needle, is an exciting read with interesting characters you want to root for.” —Margaret Daley, author of Her Baby Protector
“Weaver’s Needle is the best romantic suspense I’ve read all year. Robin Caroll is a master at layering rich details with unexpected plot twists and likeable characters. Highly recommended!” —Colleen Coble, USAToday bestselling author
“Weaver’s Needle is a thrilling race—a page-turning, heart-slamming suspense story with enough romance to make you need a box of chocolate. Highly recommended!” —Carrie Stuart Parks, award-winning author of When Death Draws Near and Portrait of Vengeance
“As a fan of adventure-driven romance and suspense, I loved Weaver’s Needle by Robin Caroll. This page-turner had a level of realism and emotion that hit me deep in the heart. Her best yet! Don't miss it. —Cheryl Wyatt, USA Today bestselling author of romance with virtue
“In Weaver’s Needle, Robin Caroll is at her best, showcasing the interesting characters and complex plots her readers have come to expect. Filled with details that transported me to the setting, this is a book that romantic suspense lovers will inhale. A definite keeper on my shelf.” —Cara Putman, award-winning author of Beyond Justice and Shadowed by Grace
“Robin Caroll does it again! Weaver's Needle is a compelling combination of whodunit, treasure hunt, and romance. You'll be rooting for Landry Parker and Nickolai Baptiste from the first page to the last. Great fun!” -Rick Acker, bestselling author of The Enoch Effect and Death in the Mind's Eye
“Robin Caroll skillfully weaves her best story to date! Weaver’s Needle is a unique blend of romance, suspense, and characters who have rich depth. And it’s a story full of symbolism as the hero and heroine’s search for treasure leads them to the true gold hidden in each other. Simply put, I adore this story!”—Dineen Miller, multi-published and award winning author of The Soul Saver and Winning Him Without Words
“There’s nothing I like reading more than a novel about a treasure hunt, and Robin Caroll delivers in this heart-pounding search for an old map and lost gold mine. If you enjoy romantic suspense, you’ll love Weaver’s Needle!” —Melanie Dobson, award-winning author of Chateau of Secrets and The Silent Order
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The second problem, and definitely the largest, is the paganism scattered throughout. This is marketed as a CHRISTIAN book, and therefore I would expectt a Christian worldview, instead random paganism is interspersed that doesn't really have any relevance to the story line, and then some garbage about "God can use anything" is thrown in to justify it. Sounds very ecumentical. I am really confused why it was added to the book at all?
My thrid problem with the book is the ending of the romance, so we take someone who is a believer and someone who is not and they develop a relationship which is aganist the Bible's teaching and that is A OK! I think it's sad that that keeps happening more in "Christian" books.
* I received this book free of charge from NetGalley.