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A Promise to Protect (Love Inspired Large Print Suspense) by Liz Johnson (2012-11-27)

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  • By paula legate on January 22, 2013

    This book started off with Ashley talking to her brother Tristan on her cell phone before he left on a Seal mission. During the conversation someone almost ran Ashley over. Over protective brother called his best friend Matt to visit Ashley and find out who was behind Ashley's near miss. The threats continued, and Matt was there to help Ashley. There was more friendship in this book than romance. Both Ashley and Matt both had things they had to work out before they could get together. Matt grew up in foster care, and thought he was no man for Ashley. Ashley was in an abusive relationship before and was scared of ever getting close to another man. The friendship was sweet. I really enjoyed this book. I thought it was annoying at times to have Ashley's nose, or forehead wrinkled. Over all this was a very entertaining book.Sample from chapter 9She licked her lips again and pushed to her tiptoes until their lips met. He dropped one of his arms from her shoulder to her waist and moved the other so that he cupped the back of her neck, his fingers plunging into her hair. Without a thought she lifted her hand to his cheek, his morning stubble in stark contrast with the curls at her fingertips. He leaned into her touch, scratching her chin with his whiskers but never letting go. With shaking fingers, she grabbed the soft cotton of his shirt for support. And when her breath was completely gone, she pulled back and buried her face in the middle of his chest, avoiding any chance at eye contact. What had she just done? That was stupid. But the zing still on her lips and prickles down her spine didn't feel stupid. They felt like a warm robe on a cool morning. Like a cozy blanket in the front of a roaring fire. Like she'd once dreamed it would. Actually it was better than her sixteen year old dream. This was real. The man that she'd had a crush on then, held her now and provided all of his protection.

  • By DLC Wallace on September 8, 2015

    Loved the storyline. A clean read that is refreshing in that one does not have to contend with vulgar language and half the book being about sex. I found the heroine to be a strong woman who wants to make a difference in others lives, after having suffered abuse in her own. The hero is a strong personality, but I found, for who he was depicted to be, he made some really stupid choices. The romance was a little lackluster as well. Also, the sheriff and the other officers came off as uncaring, stupid, and disinterested, until almost the end of the story. However, the story did read smoothly and was interesting enough to hold my attention. Christian based, but not preachy.BOTTOM LINE: A clean interesting story, a little romance, and Christian based without being preachy!

  • By DMO on March 29, 2015

    This is a clean, Christian romance that delivers. This is the second time I have read this book and it won't be the last. I love so many things about it. The romance is strong enough to give you the 'stop and sigh' factor, yet it is clean. It has the three R's, Respect, Restraint and Reverence (toward God). You won't feel preached at but neither is faith hidden. The story also honors our military and that's always a plus in my opinion. I'm glad to tell you that this work is well edited with very few errors and free of blaring logistical fallacies. It will remain in my coveted reread collection for a future day when I am in the mood for action, danger, swoon worthy moments and honourable characters.

  • By Marie A. Bell on May 12, 2014

    Liz Johnson is becoming one of my favorite authors. Her stories start out a little slower than I like but the always end up being so interesting and having such good suspense that I soon forget that I didn't like the beginning few pages. Character development is good. I love the christian aspect to the books written by Liz Johnson -- her characters deal honestly with real issues of faith without becoming preachy or self-righteous. Her plot lines weave God throughout the lives of the characters in such a believable way that you really can relate to their spiritual struggles and when the climax is reached and you see the fulfillment of christian values and realize God's loving presense was always there for all of the situations it makes you believe that same presense is available to you. Pick up one of Liz's books and you will see what I mean.

  • By Sally Burbank on November 23, 2012

    Navy SEAL, Matt Waterstone, makes a promise to his best friend of 10 years, fellow Navy Seal, Tristan Sawyer, that he will protect Tristan's younger sister, Ashley, while Tristan is deployed to the middle East. (Matt is home nursing a war wound that required 90 stitches.)Ashley Sawyer is the director of Lil's Place, a home for abused women and their children. Ashley herself was abused by an ex-boyfriend when she was in college, so she has resolved not to trust men or let herself become vulnerable to them, lest she repeat her painful past.The drama starts when Ashley helps an abused Asian woman who barely looks fifteen, but claims she is eighteen, get housed in a secret location to escape her abuser. Shortly after this, Ashley receives threatening letters and even a brick to the head warning her to "return what belongs to me or you or one of your women will regret it."Through the increasing threat, Matt protects Ashley and gradually falls for her. He doesn't feel good enough for her, however, because of his lousy, "foster care" childhood. Ashley is also falling for Matt, which scares her to death because of her history of domestic abuse.Things reach a climax when Ashley gets kidnapped and Matt uncovers a sinister human trafficking operation going on in the sleepy town.Ashley and Matt are strong, likeable characters who are battling ghosts from their past that make it hard to be vulnerable and trusting of themselves or others. The plot forces them to face and conquer these obstacles. The book is well-written and has enough drama and emotion to keep you turning the pages.I recommend it highly as a moving romantic suspense from a Christian perspective.

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