Silence in the Dark by Patricia Bradley

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Two years ago, Bailey Adams broke off her engagement to Danny Maxwell and fled Logan Point for the mission field in Chihuahua, Mexico. Now she’s about to return home to the States, but there’s just one problem. After Bailey meets with the uncle of one of the mission children in the city, she barely escapes a sudden danger. Now she’s on the run–she just doesn’t know from whom. To make matters worse, people who help her along the way find themselves in danger too–including Danny. Who is after her? Will they ever let up? And in the midst of the chaos, can Bailey keep herself from falling in love with her rescuer all over again?

I must admit first and foremost, this is the first novel of the set I’ve read. Without having any previous knowledge it wasn’t difficult to follow the story, which I liked, but I did find the book a little difficult to get into at first. I gave it a second try, and it was much easier. I started to enjoy the story and care about the characters. This story definitely stood alone.

This is also a Christian based novel, but it’s not overly religious so anyone can pick up this story and enjoy it.

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