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    Paralyzed

    Nice. I liked the suspense and the positive attitude of the characters. Liked book 1 as well "Unplanned". Nice to read about how the characters had faith in God without preaching a specific religion. Looking forward to book 3.
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    A victim of fear

    Paralyzed is a suspense-filled book in the Kennedy Stern series by Alana Terry. Kennedy has returned to college after her harrowing experience being the victim of a high-profile crime. Had it really only been one semester? She felt like an entirely different person having endured a lifetime of experiences that strengthened her and yet left some ugly scars. Just who is that man following her? She thought she was safe now. Is it just the nightmares affecting her imagination? Will she be a victim forever, helpless...paralyzed...a slave to her fears? But Kennedy is a Christian, doing all the right things, what is happening? The author does a marvelous job describing post-traumatic stress disorder as Kennedy goes through the normalcy of her college life. And then what is normal about a sabotaged subway and a car chase with guns a blazing? Paralyzed is full of suspense, drama and raw emotional stress and yet woven through it all is a sense that God is in control and can give a peace despite a dangerous world full of dangerous, cruel people. Another great book by a favorite author. I received a complimentary copy of this book from Book Club network. A review, favorable or otherwise, was not required and opinions are my own.
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    Clean, exciting, pager-turner - Loved it!

    Once again, Alana Terry has written a great story full of mystery, surprises, anticipation, and yes, even a bit of romance as we see young Kennedy being hunted down by criminals who want her 'out of the picture' while she is struggling through her first semester of med-school at Harvard. Kennedy is an amazing young woman trying to live life as a Christian, while sharing her dorm room with Willow, a girl who is not too concerned about her morals or her 'good name'. Kennedy is also trying to keep her high academic standing, involving a great deal of studying and heavy reading assignments while still trying to help out Pastor Carl and his wife, Sandy, with their Pregnancy Center, and keep in touch with her Missionary parents in Yanji, China. If you think that is a lot to handle, you will want to read Paralyzed and find out all the shocking things that happen to Kennedy that literally leave her emotionally paralyzed, fearing for her life and looking over her shoulder at all times, and, in the end, needing Police protection. I am anxious to continue reading this series as I am still wondering about 'the red-haired newsman', Reuben and young Pastor Nick and which one of these men will feature in Kennedy's life in the future, OR will Kennedy have a future in medicine, on the Mission field, with the Pregnancy Center or will she live to see a career? This is a clean story which I would recommend to any age, and I thank the author for providing it to me for an honest review. Well done, Alana Terry! I would love to meet you one day.
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    Another Hit by Alana Terry

    Paralyzed (Kennedy Stern #2) by Alana Terry is a fast-paced book that deals with the topic of post-traumatic stress disorder. It picks right up where Unplanned, Book 1 in the series, left off. Kennedy has returned to her college campus and is making a valiant attempt to put her recent ordeal behind her. But that is not as easy as it seems. I don't want to give the story away so you'll have to read the book to find out more. Each book in Alana Terry's Kennedy Stern series deals with a hot-button issue that's relevant in our world today. She writes like no other author I know, presenting both sides of the debate/issue in each book. She definitely gives the reader food for thought and might even cause you to reconsider your opinion on sensitive subject matters. I give this book a 5 star rating and can't wait to read book 3. I highly recommend reading these books in order so as not to miss any important details. I received a copy of this book from the author, but was not required to leave a review. All opinions are my own.
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    Clean story recommending for any age!

    Once again, Alana Terry has written a great story full of mystery, surprises, anticipation, and yes, even a bit of romance as we see young Kennedy being hunted down by criminals who want her 'out of the picture' while she is struggling through her first semester of med-school at Harvard. Kennedy is an amazing young woman trying to live life as a Christian, while sharing her dorm room with Willow, a girl who is not too concerned about her morals or her 'good name'. Kennedy is also trying to keep her high academic standing, involving a great deal of studying and heavy reading assignments while still trying to help out Pastor Carl and his wife, Sandy, with their Pregnancy Center, and keep in touch with her Missionary parents in Yanji, China. If you think that is a lot to handle, you will want to read Paralyzed and find out all the shocking things that happen to Kennedy that literally leave her emotionally paralyzed, fearing for her life and looking over her shoulder at all times, and, in the end, needing Police protection. I am anxious to continue reading this series as I am still wondering about 'the red-haired newsman', Reuben and young Pastor Nick and which one of these men will feature in Kennedy's life in the future, OR will Kennedy have a future in medicine, on the Mission field, with the Pregnancy Center or will she live to see a career? This is a clean story which I would recommend to any age, and I thank the author for providing it to me for an honest review. Well done, Alana Terry! I would love to meet you one day. (less)
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