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Thursday, December 1, 2011

Review: A River to Cross - Yvonne Harris



Wanting a new historical Christian fiction to read ? Have you read Yvonne Harris's first novel "The Vigilante's Bride" also reviewed on The Phantom Paragrapher http://thephantomparagrapher.blogspot.com/2011/01/review-vigilantes-bride-yvonne-harris.html
Get ready for Yvonne Harris's latest release "A River to Cross".

Review: A River to Cross - Yvonne Harris - 2011
Every now and again you come across a good Christian Fiction novel that you can read and have finished quickly due to not being able to put it down , A River to Cross by Yvonne Harris was just that which I had expected due to liking her first novel The Vigilante's Bride. In A River to Cross we meet Elizabeth Madison , a journalist in the making and the daughter of a Senator. Home for the summer she decides to work in her older brother Logan's newspaper business rather than be an intern for her father's campaign and office. Though, little does she know that she will only see her brother for a few days before he is dead and she finds herself kidnapped. When a big story breaks out about the Mexican's and Manuel Diego it seems that a button has been pushed and Elizabeth's brother finds himself assasinated and Elizabeth kidnapped ? Will she be the next to go , leaving their father childless ? Enter Jake , a Texas Ranger and a friend of Logan's - he is making it his mission to safely return Elizabeth but what neither of them counted on was falling in love with each other. However , before any of them are actually ready to open up their hearts and love fully they must battle some relationship demons and move on completely from the past. For Elizabeth , a widow of three years -it means leaving behind and moving forth from her dead husband Carl and for Jake , love made him jaded and difficult to keep as for Jake - an Army Ranger - it's the army first and relationships second. Can the two of them find common ground and love be re-ignited in both their hearts or will their past experiences be too much to handle ?
Find out in A River to Cross by Yvonne Harris.

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