All This And Jesus Too
Wyatt by Susan May Warren is a gripping
contemporary Christian romantic suspense that I just could not put down and
read in just one sitting. It is the fourth book in the Montana Marshalls series
and could be read as a stand-alone. I however recommend reading all the books
in order so you can join all the dots.
Wow, this Montana Marshalls series is
completely enthralling, my heart racing with all the action. There are
locations of America and Russia, traditional Cold War enemies. Agents from both
sides pit their wits. Chase scenes, terrorists and homemade bombs all add to the
suspense, as well as cyber hacking. The reader is in for a thrilling ride. I
cannot wait to continue the action in book five.
Add to all this, the heart and hand of God, and
Wyatt really does have it all. Too
often we try to work our way to be ‘good enough’ for God when we are already
loved and cherished. There is nothing more to be done as Jesus did it all on
the cross. God says trust Me in all
situations and let Me love you. “You’re enough and you’re loved because God
Ford by Susan May Warren is a thrilling
contemporary Christian suspense that will have your heart racing as you follow
the action. It is the third book in the Montana Marshalls series but can be
read as a stand-alone. I however enjoyed catching up with familiar faces.
Once again the Marshall brothers continue to
fight against corruption and rescue others. Their motto of no one being left
behind continues. There is the theme of trust as characters find themselves
stranded in Russia. Can the law enforcement agencies be trusted? Who exactly is
telling the truth? As life seems to be unsure we need to know the One who
always has our back. “Life is… unpredictable… But with God at the helm, it wasn’t
out of control.” No matter how crazy life seems, nothing surprises God. He sees
our end from our beginning.
Just Show Up
Tate by Susan May Warren is a marvelous Christian contemporary
romantic suspense. It is the second book in the Montana Marshalls series but
can be read as a stand-alone.
Domestic terrorism is at the
height of the novel. It is designed to upset the internal workings of America
and spread fear and distrust. We cannot always be living in fear, we need to
trust that God has got this. “Stop
living in fear that it’s all going to crumble.”
The reader enters the world of bodyguards. We
see the dedication, bravery and resilience needed to protect others as
bodyguards put themselves in the line of fire. “He doesn’t know the word quit.”
Hope, Trust, Love
Storm Front by Susan May Warren is a marvellous Christian contemporary adventure. It is the fifth book in the Montana Rescue series but can be read as a stand-alone. However I would recommend reading the whole series as you really get to know the characters who ‘feel’ like old friends.
The main themes are hope and rescue. We all need to be rescued from a life of disconnection from God. “As long as we think we’re enough, God can do nothing for us.” If we think we can make it through life alone, we are wrong. We all need God. We may feel abandoned by God in our trials but He never leaves us. “My faith won’t protect me from loss, but it will carry me.” Faith is not a crutch for the weak. Faith is a lifeline for us all. “Don’t let your circumstances tell you who God is.” God is far bigger than any circumstances we face.