Friday, October 15, 2010

Review of Deliver Us From Evil by Robin Caroll

From the book cover:
A Search and Rescue helicopter pilot working for the Great Smoky Mountain National Park, Brannon Callahan is as beautiful and tough as the terrain surrounding her. When a blizzard crashes a small plane carrying U.S. Marshall Roark Holland, she must save him and the donor heart he’s transporting to a dying government witness with crucial links to the largest child trafficking ring in history.

My take:

Feisty, smart and talented, Brannon has a job that both challenges her and is fulfilling. Yet something is missing. When she meets Roark Holland, sparks fly. She is the official rescue park ranger, knows her way around, and should be in charge. But he is the FBI agent who figures that gives him an edge.

He resents having to transport a human heart for a government protected witness, but when his helicopter crashes, he has no choice but to work with Brannon whose rescue copter is also sabotaged, to find a way out of the park and keep the heart safe.

In the meantime, two young girls are found who form a bond with Brannon. She is able to find out that they are part of the biggest child trafficking business in the states. When opportunity to escape opened the door for them, they walked through and ran for their lives. Brannon and Roark are determined to find the compound, the person behind it, and rescue all the other girls, but first, they’ve got to learn to work together.

In the midst of the turmoil, will their strong personalities allow them to solve the serious problems and stop the man behind all the havoc? Will their growing respect and admiration turn to something more serious? Will Roark renew his love for God? Will Brannon learn that God’s plan for her life is better than her own plans?

For a great suspenseful read, get “Deliver Us From Evil” by Robin Caroll. It’ll keep you on the edge of your seat till the end.


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