The character of Rafe is outstanding. He is likeable, sincere, and a man of faith. Remington's character was a little too frenetic at the beginning, but a contrast developed later and balanced it out. The story wasn't realistic, but most good action/adventure/ mysteries aren't! Rafe's story is so good that I hope to see his character in a sequel.
My only real criticism of the story is that the term "Oh my stars" was used so many times in the first part of the book, that it almost made me quit reading. I am glad I didn't because the book turned out to be an enjoyable read.
As for the matters of faith in the book, Rafe was the example of a thoughtful Christian man. I enjoyed the story as he thought his actions through, and was always trying to do the right thing. Secret and lies also have a role in this story, and the characters involved have to learn the lesson of forgiveness.
Another great Christian fiction story set in Louisiana by Robin Caroll.
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