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Friday, September 28, 2007

Review: Secret Agent Minister

Secret Agent Minister
By Lenora Worth

The minister of Lydia Cantrell's dreams had another calling. As his secretary, she knew the church members adored him. But she was shocked to discover Pastor Malone's past as a Christian secret agent. Her shock turned to disbelief when he revealed he'd made some enemies—and that he and Lydia were in danger.

As the kind, gentle pastor started leading her around corners and through dark alleys, Lydia wondered how she'd get through this. Sure, the stakes were high—and then there was the fact that she was head over heels in love with her secret agent minister.

This is one of the best romantic/suspense books I’ve read in a long time! The plot is unique, the adventure adrenaline-pumping, and the romance heart-thumping!

With the first line opening the book - “Someone was going to have to explain about the dead body in the bathtub. Really.” - to the final page, this story takes you across the country on a fast-paced race for your life. Rarely has a book so captured me and its characters so enthralled me. Lenora Worth has a way of crafting sentences and paragraphs that leave you breathless and feeling like you’ve experienced the story instead of just read about it.

Lydia Cantrell has been in love with her pastor and her boss for years. She just can’t make him see her. When they find themselves caught in a web of murder and age-old mystery, they are forced to flee and go deep into the heart of a secret organization.

This story is amazing. Lydia and Pastor Dev are two characters who drag you into their lives and who live on long after the last word is read.

I’m giving this book a LASR Best Book rating! This is the first such rating I’ve given out and it is most deserved. If you haven’t read this book yet, I encourage you to pick it up. You won’t be sorry. In fact, keep your eye out for any of Lenora’s work. I’ve read her other stuff and it’s well worth the purchase. This book is going on my Favorite’s list.

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Reviewed by Lily