Lonestar Angel by Colleen Coble

Leah Courtney
Eden and Clay lost their daughter five years ago, and Eden thought her marriage was over.  But when Clay shows up with the information that he's never signed the divorce papers and that their daughter may still be alive, Eden decides to trust him and look for her.  They'll find intrigue and trouble, but perhaps they'll also be reunited with their daughter and each other.

I enjoy Colleen Coble's suspense/romance/Christian fiction.  Lonestar Angel did not disappoint.  It is a quick, easy read filled with enjoyable characters that face personal trials as they grow closer to God.  Eden and Clay are easy to like, and their relationship drama is enough to hold the readers interest without frustrating.  Complete with an interesting mystery and Christian encouragement that feels natural, not "preachy," Lonestar Angel was a really good read.

I'd give this one a strong four stars (only because there's not lots of depth here), and I'd rate it PG because of the relationship issues involved.

I received a free copy of this book from BookSneeze for review purposes.  All opinions expressed are always entirely my own.

Leah Courtney / Author & Editor

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