Friday, September 13, 2013

Dealt with Kathi Oram Peterson's Cold Justice

I was able to finish Kathi Oram Peterson's book:
After overcoming missed connections, murder accusations, and years of living lives apart, Regi Bernard and Samuel Tanner's happily ever after is finally within reach. On the eve of their wedding, however, Samuel disappears, and Regi wonders if once again he has run away from both a life with her and a membership in the Church. Quite the opposite; Samuel has been kidnapped by the Raven Clan, a powerful Alaskan tribe, and is en route to stand trial in front of their justice council for a puzzling crime that happened year ago. When Regi and Samuel's close friends suspect a kidnapping, Regi--with the help of her sister, Claudia, and friend Wakanda--resolves to follow Samuel to Alaska but soon learns secrets about her fiancé she hadn't bargained for. While Samuel struggles with his faith and with understanding why he has been accused, Regi risks life and love to set him free.

Four Sisters and a Book Rating: 5 stars
Genre-Realistic Fiction
Age Group-Young Adult and Adult

Sister C: I really enjoyed reading this book. It is a mystery I didn't want to put down. Not only was it a battle for life but love. You wanted them to know they loved each other and screamed at them when they doubted. Cheer for Regi as she decides to trust where there is unknown in Kathi Oram Peterson's novel, Cold Justice.

1 comment:

  1. I loved Cold Justice! Kathi's newest novel, Wanted, is just as gripping. Thanks for posting this review!


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