In the end, Justin and Andi remember their love fore each other and are married. I Have read many books written by her. They both struggle for control of the other, resulting in friction and fireworks between them. It's another book by Terri Blackstock that I love. This one was a disappointment.
First of All I am a Christian. Because from his Italian shoes to his movie-actor smile, Logan has the rest of the town snowed. There even may be some around the United States now, though nothing like that is in Arkansas where I live. Andi is an entrepreneur, working on building an amusement park called Promised Land. They are also a living testimony of God giving second chances, as this series is a second chance for Terri Blackstock to get them right before God.
The miscommunications and frustration with each other ended up being a little annoying toward the middle of the book, but the ending was fine and leads into the third book, Blind Trust. But this one was tedious! She is the winner of two Carol Awards, a Christian Retailers Choice Award, and a Romantic Times Book Reviews Career Achievement Award, among others. Not her best work I usually love her books but this one didn't really get started good until the last couple of hours. The plot was simple and the story was easy to follow. Andi and Justin fight to find the answers, while still continuing with the dream they believe God has placed in their hearts despite the odds. Though the crime scene seems to tell the whole story, details of the murder aren't adding up. Determined to discover exactly what happened, Izzy's investigation sends her headfirst into a criminal organization, possibly with cops on the payroll - including someone from her own family.
When the rights reverted to her, she rewrote them as Christian romances. That's the question haunting Dylan Roberts, the war-weary veteran hired to find Casey. Unknowlingly, she picks Khaki Kangaroo, brainchild of her ex-boyfriend Justin Pierce. The idea of a Christian theme park is wonderful! As her brother is tried and convicted in the media, and bloggers have a field day, Cathy wonders if she should have taken the threat more seriously. Justin Pierce is an animator, and his cartoon theme Khaki Kangaroo is what Andi needs for Promised Land. Now, with construction of the park in its final phase, what begins as an uneasy alliance between the successful businesswoman and the talented animator enters a baptism of fire. In return, Andi's theme park would lift Justin out of his current obscurity to success.
Characters never developed a strong relationship with the Lord, leaned more on a little church going, a little bible reading and a little prayer which is all good, but in this case a little doesn't go a long way. And as Callie starts to feel better, she leads him on wild goose chases to find a Christmas date for her granddaughter. Disaster stalks Promised Land--and only by burying their pride can Justin and Andi save everything they've work for from destruction. I didn't read Book 1 of this series, but that's not a problem. In their relationships they acted as if they hadn't learned the most basic things about the Christian faith: humility, patience, kindness, forgiveness. Instead of the mystery I was hoping for it was just a syryupy romance and not even well written. A definite must-read for any Christian who has blown it and feels their chance is gone forever.
Warily they form a business relationship, which threatens under the pride they both struggle with. The book was one big argument between the two, filled with misunderstandings and rancor. I did get a little tired of the stars of the story butting heads, but I understood that the author had to show the stubbornness of both in order to get them to slowly relent and compromise as their respect and love grew. I made it through to the end but not because I couldn't put it down. Terri Blackstock is a New York Times best-seller, with over six million copies sold worldwide.
His sister, Sherry, is engaged to a great guy named Clint, who has mysteriously disappeared. To view it, Yet again I read the second book in a series before the first not that it made a ton of difference; the books could stand alone. Justin finds a plot to sabotage Promised Land and also is able to finally make his characters into a cartoon. One reason was that I'm finishing a romantic suspense novel written from the female perspective, so I though I could learn a thing or two from an expert. Kara and Lizzie are heiresses to one of the largest fortunes in the country. In return, Andi's theme park would lift Justin out of his current obscurity to success. For both of them, spreading the Gospel through their creation is their passion—a shared dream that could cement a powerful partnership.
If th Justin Pierce's brainchild, Khaki Kangaroo, is exactly the cartoon theme Andi Sherman needs for her world-class amusement park, Promised Land. But when 18-year-old Emily disappears on the way to drug treatment and her interventionist is found dead at the airport where she was last seen, Barbara enters her darkest nightmare of all. The book was full of god-talk but little depth and subtlety. A little bit of mystery is involved, just enough to make you want to see what happens next! Nothing is as it appears, and unraveling the truth challenges everything Parker believes about her talent, her future, and her faith. I've read several Terri Blackstock books and I was looking forward to another one.
I really can't wait to continue with the third book. Like when her partner is murdered and she barely escapes with her own life. This happens to be a book that was released as secular. In the end, Justin and Andi remember their love fore each other and are married. If this were the first Terri Blackstock book I had ever read, I would not have read a second one. You might ask why, as a man, I read it.
Now, with construction of the park in its final phase, what begins as an uneasy alliance between the successful businesswoman and the talented animator enters a baptism of fire. Apparently Blackstock originally wrote the Second Chance novels as secular romances. Pages can include considerable notes-in pen or highlighter-but the notes cannot obscure the text. The binding may be slightly damaged but integrity is still intact. You might ask why, as a man, I read it. She has to flee before she's arrested. Their mutual friend, Wes, encourages them to stick with it and forgive each other.