A Promise to Protect, Patricia Bradley's second book in her Logan Point series, is another good romantic suspense novel. Secrets and surprises -- some a decade old -- pop up throughout the story, keeping a nice level of suspense right up to the end. The theme of forgiveness -- especially how God's forgiveness should help us forgive others and ourselves -- fit very nicely into the lives of the characters as well.
Being a southern girl myself, I enjoyed the little southern touches in some of the description and dialog of the story. There were a few spots where the plot either seemed bogged down or a little disjointed, but all in all, I found A Promise to Protect to be a very good read.
Thanks to Revell for providing a copy of this book in exchange for my honest review. I look forward to more Patricia Bradley suspense from Logan Point, Mississippi.
About the book:
In a steamy small town riddled with broken promises, one woman's secret could change everything.
Sheriff Ben Logan hasn't heard from Leigh Somerall in a very long time,
but it doesn't mean he can get her--or their whirlwind romance of ten
years ago--out of his head. When she calls out of the blue, it is with a
strange request to protect her brother, Tony. But all too soon, Ben is
charged with a different task--protecting Leigh from the people after
her brother. With Leigh doing everything in her power to avoid Ben, it's
no easy task. And the secret she is keeping just may change their lives
About the author:
Patricia Bradley's manuscript for Shadows of the Past was a
finalist for the 2012 Genesis Award, winner of a 2012 Daphne du Maurier
award (1st place, Inspirational), and winner of a 2012 Touched by Love
award (1st place, Contemporary). She is a published short story writer
and is cofounder of Aiming for Healthy Families, Inc. When she's not
writing or speaking, she can be found making beautiful clay pots and
jewelry. She is a member of American Christian Fiction Writers and
Romance Writers of America and makes her home in Mississippi. Learn more