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When Alexia Klien is sent overseas on assignment prior to a U.S. presidential election, she sees someone in Paris she thinks she has seen before—someone who could change the outcome of the election. Perplexed, the attractive broadcast journalist contacts a Frenchman she once knew in hopes of uncovering a mystery. With the fate of the nation hanging in the balance, the ...more
Paperback, 456 pages
Published March 15th 2012 by Creekwood Publishing
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A born again Christian book disguised as a spy thriller. I knew what I was getting into when I started this, but having received an autographed copy from the author I figured that I needed to read it. It was an easy read and somewhat compelling, but it had an odd writing style that repeated every point so you would realize the importance of the characters in the story and not forget that even famous sexy people can be born again. This seemed contradictory that it espoused the values of ...more
This book had potential with the storyline but the author never went anywhere with it. Absolutely nothing is resolved in this book and when I reached the end, thank goodness, I felt cheated. What a waste of time! I am a conservative Christian woman and this author really annoyed me with his preaching. He also attacked my faith with a vengeance since he must think only "the born again Christian" is right. I would love to sit down with him and point out some basic truths in the Bible that he has ...more
Aug 04, 2014 Katherine rated it did not like it
This book received 1 star because the story had potential. This author had an agenda and went full force completing it. I am a Christian and conservative, and he offended me. lol. All I can say is he needs to fire the editor. The repetition itself will drive you mad. Don't waste your time, there are too many good books to read to bother with this one.