Reviewed: June 15th, 2021
Released: March 31st, 2021
Genre: Christian Fiction
“It is time, Father, that you stop the games and finally tell us what your decision is regarding your will and who gets what. I mean, let’s cut the polite garbage, we know you aren’t happy to see us here, and we are only here for one reason.”
After billionaire Henry Woodruff loses several family members in a horrible accident, his grandchildren Rebecca, Noah, and Amber McNeil are now the official heirs. Although they never desired to be put into his will, Henry has every reason to believe that the tragic plane crash was not just an unfortunate accident but a planned murder. Feeling that his children were somehow involved, he has to develop a plan before his grandchildren get murdered.
When Rebecca nearly dies after a vicious attack, Henry hires two Mounties to keep an eye on her and her siblings. As if the everyday fight against someone wanting to murder her isn’t enough, Rebecca battles her past demons. Not wanting to get hurt again, she fights the growing feelings towards one of her protectors and puts up a wall to guard her heart. Will she be able to let go of the past and find her happily ever after?
This story draws you in from the very first page. Rebecca creates such engaging and realistic characters that you can’t help but worry about them, root for them and be horrified by what they have to face.
Becca has been hurt by two men more interested in her inheritance than her, and she is determined not to let another man break her heart. Having suffered the loss of many members of her close family, she draws strength from her faith in god and her brother and sister.
Targeted by her greedy relations, her grandfather hires bodygurads to protect her. He knows there was more to the accident that killed Becca’s parents and his wife than was reported.
This is a beautiful story, not withstanding the greed that drives people to do such terrible things, about a young woman showing inner strength and fortitude, and through her faith in god willing to try one more tme, when she catches the eye of one of her bodyguards.
So much happens in this story, it is amazing that she is still standing at the end of it, but she is, and you can’t help but admire her. As I said Rebecca writes amazing characters, and you have to keep turning the page because you want to know what happens to them.
When you find out Rebecca is not writing in her native language, this book become even more awesome!
About the Author:
Rebecca is a Christian romance writer who focuses on clean YA Fiction, Christian Fantasy, and Historical Fiction as her preferred genre categories. Her romance-inspired novels quickly turn into romantic suspense thrillers since she likes to add a bit of everything to her novels: drama, heartbreak, humor, suspense, lots of sarcasm, and playfulness/ sass (a must for her since she is fluent in both), inspirational thoughts, religious beliefs and faith in God. She also likes to address difficult topics people don’t like to talk about because, in her words: “Only when we speak about these issues can we make a change.”
Rebecca is a mom of two boys (13 and 15 years old), has been married to her husband for over 16 years, and is currently living in Germany. She was born and raised in Germany but moved to the US after meeting her husband in Scotland at a wedding. (That in itself is a super cool and crazy story.)
She is a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and absolutely loves her Heavenly Father and Savior Jesus Christ.
She is fluent in German and English and has challenged herself by writing her books, not in her native tongue but English instead.
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