By Colleen Coble
Published by Thomas Nelson
Lonestar Angel is part of the Lonestar Series of books by Colleen Coble.
The Texas youth camp, Bluebird Ranch, is currently housing a group of foster girls staying for a short retreat. As the story opens, the main characters, Clay and Eden Larson, receive an ominous message indicating their daughter, Brianna, is one of the girls staying at the camp. Brianna, kidnapped as a baby and never found, would now be five years old. As a result of the kidnapping, Clay and Eden’s marriage soon unraveled. The couple now reunite in an attempt to find their daughter, and apply as camp counselors at Bluebird Ranch. As the story unfolds, Clay and Eden each begin to wonder if their love is still alive.
I enjoyed Lonestar Angel. The plot was realistic and engaging. Though at times a tad predictable, not overpowering to the satisfaction of the story. Appropriate romantic elements between the main characters sparked interest without being overdone. With Christian inspiration seasoned throughout the writing, I found Lonestar Angel encouraging and easy to recommend.
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