Tags: Book Review, Christian Fiction, Romance Fiction
Sheridan Montgomery is the wife of Eliot Montgomery, U.S. Ambassador to Caracas, Venezuela. An assassination attempt leaves Eliot crippled and Sheridan traumatized. The two abandon everything and escape to Topalaa small out-of-touch city in Mexico; no phone service, no paved roads, no Internet. Sheridan feels her life and marriage are over and she is only going through the motions as a companion/nursemaid to her husband who is in chronic pain and cannot bear to be touched.
Luke Traynor shows up with a message from her sister that their dying father would like to see her. Now she has to travel to Chicago and deal with seeing her estranged father, her domineering sister, her emotions for Luke and all sorts of information about her family that are just coming to light.
The dictionary defines ransom as “a consideration paid or demanded for the release of someone or something from captivity”. Sheridan Montgomery has dreams that are taken in captivity and it takes God’s grace, forgiveness and love to ransom those dreams back. Ms. John weaves a captivating story with wonderful characters that breathe. I was glad to spend the time with these characters and look forward to more from Ms. John in this exciting series.
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