Sunday, December 9, 2012

The Soul Saver

by Dineen Miller

Barbour House

Lexie Baltimore is a sculptor that uses her talents in obedience to God's calling. Remembering the faces that she dreams of, she sculpts them to help them. But one day she sculpts a face that isn't an easy in-and-out mission like the others were. Instead, she embarks on a mission that is the biggest one she's ever taken on - herself. Will she be able to see the truth before it's too late?

Nate Winslow is drowning in the regret of the past. He has one mission and one mission only; to win Lexie's heart. She is a married woman that is shackled to an unbeliever, and Nate is the kind of man she imagines her husband Hugh, capable of being if he would only believe. Will the dangerous game he is playing endanger more than his daughter? Or is there more at stake than either of them realize?

This book was a little different than I'm used to reading. But I couldn't help but get sucked into the story, with it's page turning action and excitement. Miller really went out on a limb by writing this kind of story, and I have to admit I really got into it and was sad to read the final page. The simple humanity of the darkness portrayed in this novel is very down to earth and realistic, and it wasn't until the truth was revealed that I realized what was happening. A very compelling read and a fast paced plot.

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