When an injured stranger staggers down a Hawaiian mountainside and into her backyard, Monica believes God has directed this mysterious young lady to her. But Monica's brother, an insurance-fraud investigator, isn't so sure. He finds it hard to believe this green-eyed outsider doesn't know who she is, what has happened, or where she is.
©2006 Kristen Heitzmann; (P)2007 Recorded Books
I loved the book but felt that the Christian character was missing a bit. A lot of compromise on the part of Gentry. I would like to have seen her not allowing herself to be placed in so many compromising situations, ie. Alone with a man, making out, etc.
Other than that, the book was a great mystery novel!
Began well. Then came weak sophomoric theology, first dribbled then sprayed, then poured into an otherwise clever story. And at the end a great deal of heavy melodrama. Needed an editor.
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