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Storm at Daybreak

by B. J. Hoff

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This was just an all around good story. The book says that the author "weaves spellbinding stories of faith, love and suspense" and this is a very good description of what this story was like. Jennifer Terry accepts a position as executive assistant at a Christian Radio Station. Her employer is Daniel Kaine, who was blinded in a car accident by a drunk driver. Jennifer finds herself really liking her new employer and is astounded by how well he accepts the fact that he is blind. She is struggling with how a sovereign God can let bad things happen to good people. Then there is the person who for some reason is out to do Daniel harm and it all climaxes in a life and death situation.

I really liked the wisdom that came from Daniel as he tried to help Jennifer and one example was "Jennifer, He will never, ever give you less than His best for your life. Even when it involves loss or suffering or a broken heart, He knows exactly what He's doing." Daniel kept a journal of his thoughts as he "bounced back" from the realization that he would never see again. Near the end of the story Jennifer gets a chance to read it and his thoughts in his journal for me was worth the whole story. Of course Daniel's tender feelings for Jennifer throughout the book were also very romantic and sweet. I just closed the book wishing for more and guess what? There are 5 books in the series so I am on to book 2, "The Domino Image"! ( )
  judyg54 | Jun 11, 2013 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0842371923, Paperback)

Beautiful young Jennifer Terry accepts a position as executive assistant at a Christian radio station in a small Virginia town. Her new employer is Daniel Kaine, a former Olympic gold medalist in swimming, who was blinded in a car accident with a drunk driver. The attraction between Jennifer and Daniel is quick to kindle, but their growing relationship soon takes a backseat to the insidious threats and attempts on Daniel's life.

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Daniel Kaine is an enigma...and Jennifer is falling in love with him. Can she discover what drives this self-assured yet gentle man before a sinister stalker wreaks his revenge? When Jennifer Terry accepts a position as executive assistant at Daniel Kaine's Christian radio station, she finds herself thrust into a web of intrigue and danger. Someone is harassing Daniel with intimidating telephone calls and threats to his life, but why? As Daniel's and Jennifer's feelings for each other escalate, so do the threats. Surrounded by darkness, they must trust God for their protection and ultimately, for their future...… (more)

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