Once again Brandilyn Collins gives you one wild ride. This times she tackles our fears. Kaycee Raye writes a column that is a humorous look at her own fears, which are many.
This is another fast paced story with strong characters, though I did find myself wanting to shake Kaycee and say, “Get a grip!” In true Brandilyn Collins fashion there were secondary stories that add to story. Although you will find gripping suspense that is typical of Collins’ Seatbelt Suspense you won’t find as many dead bodies in this story as some of her others.
Again true to her style this book gives you more than a heart racing storyline. You will find yourself examining your own fears and examining how those fears might affect your children.
There is a great quote that Brandilyn uses in the book, “Feed your faith and your fears will starve to death.” by Unknown.
By Brandilyn Collins / Zondervan
Everybody knows newspaper columnist Kaycee Raye is a little crazy. So why should anybody believe her when she says she’s being watched? Kaycee has no proof of her suspicion—evidence mysteriously disappears before the police can investigate! Is she going over the edge? Or is she being pushed? A story of suspense—and desperate faith. 352 pages, softcover from Zondervan.
This book was purchased by the reviewer.
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