In Kristen Terrette’s third book, “Morning Star”, of the Moanna Island Series, she ramps up the romance, the danger and excitement.
Sparks fly, although at first, they’re more sparks of irritation than attraction when Shane Armstrong and Addie McHenry meet. Shane has come home to his grandmother’s house to recover from a tragic job-site accident, knowing he will have peace and quiet there. It’s anything but that when he pulls onto his grandmother’s street and can’t get into her driveway.
Addie McHenry has taken over the house next to Shane’s grandmother’s to remodel it for a TV home-makeover reality show. Cars, vans, and trucks are parked up and down the street and even a camper is parked in the driveway of the house being renovated. The noise level is about to break the sound barrier. So much for peace and quiet!
This book has all the great qualities of a good Christian romance. God plays a major role in this story, but there’s also plenty of heart-pounding romance and edge-of-your-seat danger.
i give this book my highest recommendation and a rating of 10 out 0f 10.
I was not paid for this review and the opinion expressed is strictly my own.