Review of Soul's Prisoner: Christian Fiction by Cara Luecht

Leah Courtney
Soul's Prisoner is the second book in the Portraits of Grace series from Cara Luecht. I hadn't read the first book, but I was able to pick this one up pretty easily. The book is a Christian fiction read featured on the Christian Fiction Blog Alliance.

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I was absorbed into the book from the beginning. It starts off quickly and was very compelling. There is a dark and foreboding feel, but this drew me in and made me want to keep reading because I was just sure something was around the next page.

The characters are well developed, and I felt as if I got to know them. The story is told from a third person view, and the story line moves around in and out of the characters' lives. I thought that the author did a good job connecting the dots and tying each character's story to the main story.

Soul's Prisoner definitely drew me in and held my interest. I can recommend this one as a good read. You can find the book on Amazon here. And you can find more information about the book and author below.

This week, the
Christian Fiction Blog Alliance
is introducing
Soul's Prisoner
(WhiteFire Publishing (December 15, 2015))
Cara Luecht

A Word from the Author:I never planned to be a writer. In fact, it took me a while to finish college. But I did, and here I am. And I now I can’t imagine not being a writer. By day, I am an English Instructor for a local college, mother to four amazing children, and wife to an eternally patient and supportive husband. In the evening, when I can squirrel away some quiet time, I read and write historical fiction. I have a B.A. in English Lit. from UW Whitewater and an M.F.A in Creative Writing from Fairleigh Dickinson University in Madison, NJ. If you have a question for me, or if you are local and would like me to stop by your book club or writer’s group, please drop me a line via the “Ask the Author” tab. I always love the opportunity to meet with others who share my love of books.


She'll fight for her future...but can she escape her past?
Chicago, Winter, 1891
Rachel is in danger. She s seen too much.
She creeps along the cement walls through the dank underbelly of the asylum. She d never planned to leave her quiet farm life, never thought she d find a place in the city, never imagined she d be in the kind of danger that would have her cowering in Dunning s cold, labyrinthine basement.
Jenny has finally found her place. After a childhood of abuse, she has friends, a real job, and her only wish is to give her adopted son the kind of life she never had.
A life of stability, without the risk and uncertainty of a father.
But when Jeremy, Rachel s brother, stumbles into their warehouse, asking for help to find his missing sister, Jenny s carefully constructed life begins to crumble.

If you would like to read the first chapter of Soul's Prisoner, go HERE.

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Leah Courtney / Author & Editor

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