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|Format: DRM Free ePub|
Vendor: Desert Breeze
Publication Date: 2010
Availability: In Stock
Randy Strong is an honest, moral man who speaks Jovana's language and he's more than just her brother's good friend. He also happens to be Jovana's boss. Complicating things even more, Jovana has developed unexpected feelings for the man.
Jovana can't imagine a nice man like Randy wanting a woman with her sordid history so when a handsome stranger pursues her, she embraces the opportunity, even though her heart longs for Randy. Will her fear of being hurt again lead her into another dangerous situation?
MaggieGreenville, SCAge: Over 65Gender: female1 Stars Out Of 5Are we all talking about the same book?July 31, 2011MaggieGreenville, SCAge: Over 65Gender: femaleQuality: 1Value: 1Meets Expectations: 1
I'm sorry to differ, but in reading the previous reviews, I can't help but wonder if it is the same book I downloaded and began to read. I can't believe that CBD is actually selling this book. There are ways to say things that a writer wants to say without being so worldly and graphic. It appears to be an adults-only book that someone went through and here and there added some Christian comments. I would not be surprised to find this book elsewhere...but in a Christian book list? No way!
JeannieMinnesotaAge: 25-34Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5March 17, 2011JeannieMinnesotaAge: 25-34Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5
Michelle Sutton is the bomb! The woman knows how to tell a great story! She never disappoints. I thoroughly enjoyed In Plain Sight. Loved it even more than the first one, Danger At The Door. In Plain Sight is my favorite novel out of all of Michelleâ€™s. I loved the suspense! How she kept me hooked. Wanting to know what happens next. Her characters in this novel are great! You really feel the pain that Jovana and Randy have gone through in their pasts. You get to see the healing process that they go through. I like how she tied in the story of Hosea and Gomer. All and all another wonderful read! The only complaint I have is that she has a tendency of keeping me up until four or five in the morning when Iâ€™m reading one of her books. Lol
Carman Boley5 Stars Out Of 5Great new book by Michelle!November 24, 2010Carman BoleyQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5
(The copy that I reviewed was an ARC ebook, so it is not the final edited version.)
True love gives, it does not take. It does not demand its own way. It is patient, kind, etcâ€¦ This is the lesson that Jovana is learning, slowly but surely. Through her own painful experiences she has learned to distrust men outside of her family. Even though her brother trusts Randy, her boss and her brotherâ€™s friend, he has yet to win Jovanaâ€™s trust in him as well. She assumes that he is like all the other men that used her despite the deep faith that she recognizes in him.
I loved the message in this book for women who have been deceived or hurt by men they thought they loved and who loved them back. Randy teaching Jovana about her self-worth was such a sweet thing to read about and I felt her self esteem growing throughout the book. I love it when a guy refuses to be scared away by the woman he loves. That is characterâ€¦ and I love a guy with true character!
The writing seemed a little rushed, especially towards the end, but that might just be because it was an ARC. Iâ€™m not a writer so I am not sure exactly how many things change between the ARC and the final edited version of a book, so that might be changed in the final copy.
All in all, I really liked it and I would definitely recommend it. :)
Deb PiccurelliGloucester Township, New JerseyAge: 45-54Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5Exciting readNovember 11, 2010Deb PiccurelliGloucester Township, New JerseyAge: 45-54Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5
This e-book ARC was provided to me by Michelle Sutton (thank you!). In Plain Sight is the sequel to Danger at the Door. Itâ€™s the story of Bojan Trajkovskiâ€™s sister, Jovana.
After escaping a dangerous and damaging relationship in Macedonia, Jovana moves to America under the protection of her older brother, and makes a living as a waitress at his restaurant. While working there, she meets a charming man who shows great interest in her. Jovana finds him very attractive, tries to fight it, and loses the battle. Won over, she determines to see him, even though her boss, Randy Strong, advises her against it.
Randy had promised Bojan that he would look out for his sister, but the task can sometimes prove difficult. Especially when she doesnâ€™t heed his warnings that the guy isnâ€™t what he seems. While Randy is falling for Jovana himself, he must be on his best behavior. But Jovana doesnâ€™t make it easy, as she offers herself to him at every turn, and doesnâ€™t even know why.
Stuck between his feelings for Jovana and his promise to her brother, Randy is at a loss as to how he can helpâ€”until the Lord impresses upon him to do something that could turn out to be a lifetime disaster.
I loved this book, and knew I would, considering the author. Michelle Suttonâ€™s work has yet to disappoint me. She tackles tough subjects head-on, and never backs down. Despite the seriousness of the subject matter of In Plain Sight, the story is a fast-paced, fun read. I credit the characters, in part; theyâ€™re strong, feisty and colorful. The story line satisfies, too, and Michelle always provides something fresh. I highly recommend In Plain Sight.
Shawna K. WilliamsAge: 35-44Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5One of my favorites by Michelle SuttonNovember 7, 2010Shawna K. WilliamsAge: 35-44Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5
I know I wrote that First Impressions was my favorite book by Michelle Sutton, but now this one is.
In Plain Sight is the sequel to Danger at the Door. It picks up with Bojan's sister, Jovana, who has recently come to America to try and put her life back together after nearly dying from an abusive relationship and losing her baby.
Jovana became a Christian in the previous book, but in Michelle's new book, In Plain Sight, she still struggles with the scars of her former life, including feelings of worthlessness and self-destructive tendencies.
Randy, Jovana's boss has his own fears to overcome -- namely feelings of helplessness when it comes to protecting those he cares for, and there's a reason for this. He immediately recognizes Jovana's vulnerability and seeks to protect her from danger, as well as herself, but that places him in a perilous situation too, in more ways than one.
This isn't just my favorite book by Michelle. It's by far my favorite book of hers. It's because of the characters. Randy doesn't fall into that "too perfect, knight in shining armor, Jovana needs a man to make her life complete" cliche. He struggles, and you can feel his struggle.
Also, Jovana was absolutely endearing to me. Totally relatable to! There was one part in the book, at a wedding, where Jovana is dancing, and I don't want to give anything away, but the level to which I was caught up in her head, understanding her frame of mind and why she was behaving a certain way was so believable. As was Randy's reaction, as well as Bojan's.
I also thought the end of this book was very satisfying to the point that I have to say; it was kind of beautiful. So...there's my 2 cents. I wish Michelle the best with this book because it's quite deserving!