Wednesday, February 27, 2013

Review: Thunder and Rain by Charles Martin

"Thunder and Rain" is an enjoyable read by Charles Martin.  Sometimes it seemed a little sappy and unrealistic but I thoroughly enjoyed the characters; their morals, integrity and relate ability.  I loved the letters to God, written by Hope.  What a great way to tell her side of the story!  I also loved the way Mr. Martin told the story without hitting you over the head with religion but with a great dose of faith.

If you are looking for a nice read, one that will make you cry, laugh and delivers some suspense, you just found your next book.  This is an old fashioned love story and one you will enjoy.

SYNOPSIS by Barnes & Noble
Third generation Texas Ranger Tyler Steele is the last of a dying breed—a modern day cowboy living in a world that doesn't quite understand his powerful sense of right and wrong and instinct to defend those who can't defend themselves. Despite his strong moral compass, Ty has trouble seeing his greatest weakness. His hard outer shell, the one essential to his work, made him incapable of forging the emotional connection his wife Andie so desperately needed.
Now retired, raising their son Brodie on his own, and at risk of losing his ranch, Ty does not know how to rebuild from the rubble of his life. The answer comes in the form of Samantha and her daughter Hope, on the run from a seemingly inescapable situation. They are in danger, desperate, and alone. Though they are strangers, Ty knows he can help— protecting the innocent is what he does best. As his relationship with Sam and Hope unfolds, Ty realizes he must confront his true weaknesses if he wants to become the man he needs to be.

RATING - 3 1/2 STARS - I Liked It!

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