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    Smoke Screen

    Terri Blackstock has done it again in her newest release, Smoke Screen. I was hooked with this book right from the start. I only intended to read a chapter or two before bed, but ended up staying up half the night and finished the whole book a few hours later. I just could not put it down until I read the very last page. I felt that other readers would find they would relate some way or another with the characters in the book. It was great getting to know Nate and Brenna. I loved the aspect of faith and inspiration of the story. Smoke Screen is one book that just can not be missed. It is most definitely a must read. I would give it one hundred stars if I could. It is that good. I highly recommend it for readers who enjoy a well written, suspense filled, and clean mystery. I received this book from the publisher. This review is 100% my own honest opinion.
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    Who really murdered the preacher?

    The author has once again done a masterful job of leaving you guessing throughout the whole book. I must admit I had decided the guilt lay with others before the actual perpetrator was discovered. Nate has been a Smoke Jumper for several years, in fact, he has his own crew to work with. The job of these professional Hotshots has much danger associated with it, but it is one that the world certainly cannot do without. While getting burned is not something that happens regularly, it can happen and the healing requires a great deal of patience. Brenna is a single mother who is in an ugly custody battle. Unfortunately her faith, that has always been a strong point in her life, has left her with many doubts. Why is God out to get her? Why did He let her dad get murdered? Many questions but all seem to put the blame on God. But who created the distance? Once she realizes that this chasm is her own creation, she can start to bridge that gap. But will it be enough to maintain custody of her children? I highly recommend this book! This ARC was received through Thomas Nelson, NetGalley and CelebrateLit. The comments and impressions are my own and were in no way solicited.
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    ADRENALINE OVERLOAD!

    SMOKE SCREEN is the latest evidence of Terri Blackstock’s Award winning writing skills. She continues to be masterful in the art of creating characters that are believable, plots that are dynamic from beginning to end, descriptions of setting that make you feel as though you’re right where the action is taking place and subject matter that is timely, easily understood and relatable. This is the story of uncontrolled wildfires - 1) the kind involving REAL FIRE that scorches absolutely everything in its path and 2) the kind involving FIRE FROM THE TONGUE that also scorches absolutely everything in its path. Both are horrible. One takes years to recover from. One may never see restoration from the devastation that has taken place. Most everyone is familiar with the old English-language children’s rhyme that says, “Sticks and stones may break my bones But words will never harm me.” We also know that nothing can be further from the TRUTH! Some things can be said about you when you’re young and you can’t outlive the LIE! The characters in Smoke Screen deal with both types of these Wildfires. Blackstock showcases her writing skills as she cleverly weaves her plot around these Wildfires. She shows the effects on individuals, their families and their town. She shows the effects many years later. Blackstock writes of greed, power, insensitivity, hatred, misplaced loyalty, deceit and also shows how love NEVER fails. I was provided an complimentary copy of this book. The opinions expressed here are completely my own and without influence.
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    Unable to put down

    Terri Blackstock has done it again. She has created another masterpiece of romantic suspense. Brenna is a mess after her divorce. With her two young children at their father's every weekend, she has turned to alcohol to help her cope with the emptiness she feels. Nate, a former boyfriend, is a smoke jumper who has come back to their hometown to recuperate after getting burned in a wildfire. I absolutely loved this book and was unable to put it down. I had to keep turning the page to find out what happened next. I felt such huge empathy for Brenna. Her former father-in-law is such a jerk. I loved Nate; he lived his faith and he was such a good and humble man. I highly recommend. Thank you to Netgalley and Thomas Nelson for the ARC. All opinions expressed are my own.
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