“In Waiting for the Dawn” book review

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“In Waiting for the Dawn” by Susan May Warren
“In Waiting for the Dawn, prequel to Flee the Night, Lacey Galloway leads a rather predictable life as a contractor for the Department of Defense. But news that Sergeant First Class Jim Micah is missing in action leads her on a dangerous trek overseas to rescue the man who secretly captured her heart.
Although her DOD connections quickly cut through the red tape, she also enlists the help of her ex-boyfriend and Micah’s best friend, Lieutenant John Montgomery. As they hatch a covert plan to find and rescue Micah, Lacey’s feelings are once again torn between the two men.
Filled with romance and adventure, this twisty tale will hold you captive to the very last page.”

My Thoughts-
I found out after reading this book that is was a prequel to a series called “The Hope series”. I’m glad to know there will be more to read as this book was really a cliff hanger and I want to know what happens with Micah & Lacey.
It took me a bit to get into this book, but after the first two chapters I was hooked. Lacey, the main women in this story has a boyfriend, John, however she is in love with his best friend, Micah. Micah is in trouble and her heart tells her she needs to go save him.
Throughout the book both Micah & Lacey go back to Scripture to face their hard times. Micah is captured by some unknown enemy, is threatened, but he remembers what his dad taught him and how to get through those hard time, to stay sane, the answer is God’s Word.
On every page I felt like I was getting mini Bible studies and learned a lot about trusting God and His will.
If you love Christian romance I think you’ll love this book. I can’t wait to read more.

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