Sunday, May 16, 2010
In a matter of months, Lexi Solomon's world crashed around her. It was enough to crush most people, but her love for her daughter Molly has carried her through losing everything else. Life is hard, but they've managed to survive, and Lexi hopes their circumstances will soon start looking up. Out of the blue, Lexi's past comes back to haunt her - her sister's killer, her estranged husband, and the man who led her husband to drugs. Lexi once again feels like her world is crashing down. But along with the men from her past comes a mysterious stranger who always seems to show up when he's needed the most. Lexi is left fighting forces that are determined to destroy her to save the last remaining shreds of what matters most to her.
Wow! That pretty much sums up my initial reaction to Erin Healy's first "on her own" novel. This book is amazing! It keeps you hanging on and wanting more. Never Let You Go echoes the feeling of Frank Peretti's novels on spiritual warfare. Her storytelling pulls you in to Lexi's life, and the story leaves you standing in awe of God's love and grace. I can't wait to read Erin Healy's next book - she has made me a dedicated fan.
*In exchange for reviewing this book, I received a free copy of the book from BookSneeze.