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Out of the Embers (Book Review)


By Benjamin H. Liles

          Amanda Cabot's new book, Out of the Embers, is a quick-paced, well thought out story with believable characters as well as a strong suspenseful story. While Amanda Cabot resides in Wyoming, she also has written the bestselling books A Stolen Heart, A Borrowed Dream, and A Tender Hope. She has also written numerous series: Texas Crossroads, Texas Dreams, among others.

          Evelyn Radcliffe is homeless yet again even though her parents were killed ten years ago. After the orphanage that she found refuge and a workplace has burned down, she and another orphan escaped. The man who set the fire may be the one who also murdered her parents so she and the orphan flee to Mesquite Springs, TX. They both find shelter with Wyatt Clark, a horse rancher who has no plans for a family. Over time Evelyn is a distraction, but as trouble catches up to her she's a major disruption. Can Wyatt keep her safe from a man who is intent on murder, once again? Will he be successful in his own plans? Set in the Texas Hill Country of the 1850s, the West was still wild and unknown, men were noble, and strong women were made.

          I thoroughly enjoyed the book and the way Cabot writes. This is sure to be a hit for her as her other stories have been. My views are my own, and in all fairness as I always say I absolutely loved this story. It is completely original and fresh with a good dose of sweetness added to it. I received a complimentary copy of this book from Revell for an honest and fair review.

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