By: Colleen Coble
Colleen Coble is a new author to me and her book Lonestar Angel was amazing! I really enjoyed the plot of the story and the many twists and turns that the story seemed to take. It was one where you could predict the outcomes but then had to change your mind because something else would come up to change your prediction. And, surprisingly enough, none of my predictions were true, which made it very enjoyable from cover to cover!
Eden is in the middle of getting a marriage proposal from Kent, when her “ex-husband” comes to their table and shows them a picture of their daughter (with a note) whom they thought was dead five years ago. It appears as though she is still alive and attending a camp at a ranch in Texas with other girls that are in the foster system. Clay, Eden’s “ex-husband” gives here the good or bad news that they are still married and she needs to come with him. She forgets about the marriage proposal and goes with Clay. They end up becoming counselors at this camp so they can be close to all five foster girls and so they can try to figure out which girl is their lost daughter.
With different twists and turns along the way, Eden suddenly becomes the target and has murder attempts against her. Clay will do anything to not only save her but find their daughter, even when Eden resists him.
This truly is a story about how God’s love never fails and how he is always in control of our lives even when we think he is deserting us.
I received a copy of this book from Booksneeze. I did not receive compensation for my thoughts.