Book Review: Lonestar Angel

Lonestar Angel
Colleen Coble

Is it just me or does the title Lonestar Angel make you think this book is going to be just another romantic cowboy story?  This book is all that and so much more!

Clay and Eden Larson’s young marriage fell apart when their infant daughter was kidnapped and thought dead. Five years later all that changes when Clay pops back into Eden’s life with the news that their divorce was never finalized and that he suspects their daughter is actually alive and he knows where to find her. At the drop of a hat, Eden goes with Clay on an interesting adventure to find her; they encounter Columbian drug lords, face demons of the past and an uncertain future. Will they actually find their daughter?  If so, will they both survive the journey they’re on to get her? If they do, what will their future as a fractured family look like?

Colleen Coble crafts a beautiful story in Lonestar Angel, the 4th book in her Lonestar series. Each chapter holds new twists and turns, keeping the reader engaged and eager to see what happens next. As usual, I stayed up way to late reading this book night after night; I just couldn’t put it down. Previously I reviewed Coble’s novel, The Lightkeepers Ball, and found it just as engaging and a pleasure to read. She combines romance, mystery and suspense seamlessly. I look forward to reading more of her work.

If you’re interested in checking out this book you can find it on Amazon and Barnes and Noble, as well as many other retailers.

Disclaimer: I received a complimentary copy of this book in exchange for this review. All thoughts are my own and I was not required to write a positive review.



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