Wednesday, November 12, 2014
The Peacemakers Book 3
Suzanne trusted the wrong person and it ruined her journalism career. So when her former boss offers her a chance to redeem herself she jumps at it. She must go to Oswego, New York to write about the refugees that have come from war torn Europe as guests of the president. Theo is on his way to Oswego to meet his ant and uncle and hopefully bring them home. But government regulations and prejudice keep almost 1000 people practically prisoner. Suzanne and Theo work together to get these people the true freedom they need.
I've read book 2 in this series and enjoyed the writing style. The third book seems to have less suspense, but is still full of drama, family, faith, romance, and history. The author is able to tell a story that inspires the reader to care for the characters. She has taken a time period that has the potential for some depressing moments and has given it an uplifting and redeeming quality. I really liked how the couple resolved their love story - first with accepting each others differences and then with a compromise that turned out to be exactly what they both wanted.
I received this book free of charge from Barbour Publishing in exchange for my honest review.