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The Chase: Lone Star Intrigue, Book Three (Lone Star Intrigue Series)

by Debra White Smith

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The front cover of this book pretty much sums up the story line: "An estranged couple must work together to search for their abducted son . . . will they also find their love rekindled?" The story though was much more than just finding their son, it was about restoring a relationship, forgiveness, learning to trust and most importantly of all, the transformed life of a person when they accept Jesus Christ as their Savior.

Ryan Mansfield wants to save the marriage that fell apart when he messed up big time. But Shelly has to give him a chance again, something she isn't at all interested in doing, especially since she is now engaged and about to get married. But when they unite in their efforts to find their son, they share their grief and fear with each other and eventual open up to each other. Shelly too has some major issues she needs to come to grips with.

This was a very well told story and gave some very honest and upfront dialogue of what a wife goes through when her husband cheats on her. But it also showed another side, a side where both parties have to admit mistakes. I could easily see this story as a true story, sadly, as the author did a great job of making the characters and the situation seem very real. This is the 3rd in this series and although you will recognize some of the people in this story, from the first two books, you could easily read this as a stand alone and not feel like you are missing something. (But the first two books in the series were also very good, so I say read them all!). ( )
  judyg54 | Jan 30, 2017 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0061493260, Paperback)

“Debra White Smith is a master storyteller whose way with words will charm, delight, and entertain. Her stories are not to be missed!”
—Tracie Peterson, bestselling author of the Alaskan Quest series

When it comes to combining real emotion with honest issues of faith and spine-tingling suspense, no current writer is better than Debra White Smith. With her novel The Chase, the Gold Medallion Award-winner whom popular author Deb Haggarty has called, “a Christian Nora Roberts,” wraps up her thrilling Lone Star Intrigue series, centered around three Texas lawmen brothers. Within the first few pulse-pounding pages of this riveting story of a saved man reuniting with his estranged ex-wife to find their kidnapped son, it will become abundantly clear why inspirational romantic suspense is one of the fastest growing subgenres in contemporary Christian fiction…and why Debra White Smith is considered a true master of the form.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:06:50 -0400)

When their son Sean is kidnapped from their house, estranged couple Ryan and Shelly Mansfield must work together to bring him home safely, while trying to find the forgiveness they need to start over.

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