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Winds of Freedom, the second book in the series, is a well-written story with the wonderfully developed characters we met in the first book, Winds of Wyoming. The compelling plot takes the reader from the relative tranquility of the Whispering Pines ranch in Wyoming to the dark and forbidding world of evil hidden in the depths of the city of Dallas.
As Kate, with the assistance of others, including her husband Mike, searches for her friend Amy, she comes face to face with past fear and foundering faith. Conflict and drama abound at home in Wyoming as Mike’s Mom, Laura, seeks to find what she believes she needs the most. Add the sweet innocence of Kate’s Alzheimer’s infected Aunt Mary, and you have a story that tugs at the heart and nourishes the spirit
In the midst of all the turmoil she creates in her characters’ lives, Rebecca Carey Lyles brings home the message that God remains faithful, even during our darkest and most difficult times of struggle. She demonstrates the steadfastness of God’s love without forceful preaching.
Rebecca’s Kate Neilson series, along with a couple of her other books, have launched her to the top of my “favorite author” list.
My only disappointment was how quickly the story was wrapped up with what felt like unrealistic circumstances. I wanted a more solid solution to what had happened to all of the main characters. I know another book is coming, so I hope to find the concrete ending to their story there. Despite this one issue (which is purely based on my personal taste) I would recommend this book to anyone looking for hope and a real wake-up call to the realities of human slavery that is happening right here in our country.
Overall, an entertaining and page-turning read. Well done, Lyles!