She runs after her mentor is shot dead. She is next. With no family to turn to she considers only one person, Brock Daniels, her one time childhood friend, now a well known blogger. After years of no communication, he is all she has. She knows that and so does he when he stumbled upon a news report telling America to beware of her.
They are united again, however, this is no time for friendly conversation. America is in danger and so are they. They must use all their wits and faith to fight off an evil president. But this isn't the only war they must engage in. A romantic war was waged between them years ago. Will they give in or will they allow their feelings of inadequacy to win?
This book gave me politics, romance, and action compiled into a few hours of a good read. Faith was tired by fire. I found myself relating to both of the main characters levels of faith. At one end of the spectrum we find KC who is struggling to accept that she can trust an unseen being. While at the further end is Brock whose trust is firmly set in a Sovereign God. A God he knows exist without a shadow of a doubt. I live for books that incorporate faith.
I enjoyed this book. The tension excited me, but it was the romance that made me fall in love with Brock and KC. What can I say, I'm a sucker for a good romance. And this my friend is a good romance. Escape rattlesnakes of both the reptile and human kind, rekindle a dying faith and give yourself over to the power of love and forgiveness. Enjoy Voice in the Wilderness as much as I did. Happy Reading!