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  1. No Safe Haven - eBookeBOOK
    No Safe Haven - eBook
    Kimberley Woodhouse, Kayla R. Woodhouse
    B&H Books / 2011 / ePub
    $9.99
    4.5 Stars Out Of 5 10 Reviews
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    CBD Stock No: WW15453EB
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  1. Tennessee
    Gender: female
    4 Stars Out Of 5
    Intrigue and suspense
    September 24, 2014
    Katy
    Tennessee
    Gender: female
    Quality: 4
    Value: 4
    Meets Expectations: 5
    This review was written for No Safe Haven.
    No Safe Haven is one of those books that grabs you and pulls you into the story from the very first page, which is great and very exciting. There is so much suspense in not only the precarious situations in which the characters land, but also in the dilemma of who can be trusted, which changes throughout the story. These dangers are all compounded by the medical condition of the young character, Andie.

    Most of the story moves along at a fast pace. Each very short chapter is told from the viewpoint of one of the characters, so the reader is privy to the mind and emotions of many characters throughout the novel. I found this aspect of the novel to be very interesting. I think the authors did a good job in connecting the reader to each of the different characters. My favorite character is Andie, who is a preteen. She is feisty and definitely an overcomer. I think she is a great addition to the cast of characters.

    Andie and Jenna are both committed Christians, who rely heavily on God for guidance and protection. This spiritual aspect plays a large part in the story.

    If you enjoy adventure and suspense with a bit of romance thrown in, I think you will like No Safe Haven.
  2. Oregon
    Age: 25-34
    Gender: female
    4 Stars Out Of 5
    Thoroughly enjoyable
    December 3, 2011
    Jill Williamson
    Oregon
    Age: 25-34
    Gender: female
    Quality: 5
    Value: 4
    Meets Expectations: 4
    This review was written for No Safe Haven.
    Andie and her mother, Jenna, are flying home from a doctor's appointment in Anchorage when the pilot sabotages their small plane. They crash on Sultana, a mountain that is part of the Denali National Park. Stranded with a winter storm on its way, only one man can keep them alive, the mysterious last-minute passenger, Cole. With hidden secrets and killers trying to track them down, no one really trusts anyone. Yet they must trust each other if they are going to survive.

    This was an engaging story told from several points of view, including that of Andie, Jenna's teenage daughter. Andie's point of view was written by Kayla Woodhouse, a teenage author and daughter of Kimberly. What a fun thing to write a book with a family member like that. They did an excellent job. I thoroughly enjoyed the suspense as Jenna, Andie, and Cole fought to stay alive despite the way the bad guys and nature kept coming at them. And there is an interesting mystery woven into this tale as well. Very well done. Can't wait to read book two!
  3. OR
    Age: 55-65
    Gender: female
    5 Stars Out Of 5
    Exciting adventure set in Alaska
    November 10, 2011
    MaryAnn
    OR
    Age: 55-65
    Gender: female
    Quality: 5
    Value: 5
    Meets Expectations: 5
    This review was written for No Safe Haven.
    This debut novel by a mother-daughter writing team has all the elements of a riveting story: challenging setting, exciting plot, personable characters, suspense, and romance. Jenna Tikaani-Gray, a native Alaskan, and her 12-year-old daughter, Andie, are flying home from Anchorage to North Pole, Alaska, when their plane mysteriously crashes. Why were their pilot and their last-minute passenger fighting? Whom can they trust? Is someone actually trying to kill them?

    Kimberley and Kayla Woodhouse have pooled their creative writing talents to pen a winning thriller in No Safe Haven, with protagonists similar to them. Kayla lives with the same rare medical disorder as Andie so her insights led credibility. At times Andie sounds quite adultlike, but dealing with such a condition would mature a person. She also steals readers' hearts with her sincere reality, her humor, and her vulnerability. She's so real.

    I couldn't read fast enough, yet I didn't want their story to end. I'm glad it's the first of a series. I look for more engaging tales from this dynamic duo.
  4. Vancouver, B.C.
    Age: 55-65
    Gender: female
    3 Stars Out Of 5
    Interesting and enjoyable.
    July 1, 2011
    Mooney
    Vancouver, B.C.
    Age: 55-65
    Gender: female
    Quality: 3
    Value: 4
    Meets Expectations: 3
    This review was written for No Safe Haven.
    Interesting and suspenseful enough to keep you reading. I did figure out where the plot was leading and figured the outcome.

    However, I still enjoyed the book. It gives insight to a rare disease and how difficult coping with something noone understands can be.
  5. St. Paul, MN
    Age: 55-65
    Gender: female
    5 Stars Out Of 5
    Who Can You Trust?
    April 5, 2011
    St. Paul, MN
    Age: 55-65
    Gender: female
    Quality: 4
    Value: 5
    Meets Expectations: 5
    This review was written for No Safe Haven.
    A year has passed since the horrific car accident that killed their husband and dad, but Jenna and Andie Tikaani-Gray are hoping for a fresh start after receiving good news about Andie's rare medical disorder. They are returning home to North Pole, Alaska, in their own plane piloted by their friend Hank.

    Unbeknownst to Jenna, Hank, a long-time friend of her and her husband, his soldier buddy, has sabotaged their plane. Mid flight, their small plane crashes into Sultana, the most remote and dangerous mountains in Alaska. Without radio or flight communication, they are unaware of a winter storm heading their way. Also unknown are the people who are heading their way and don't want them to survive.

    Only one person is available to help Jenna and Andie, and that's their last-minute passenger, Cole Maddox. Who is this man? And can they trust him? Do they have any choice with the circumstances?

    The suspense of not knowing the trustworthiness of the unknown passenger, the danger of the monstrous winter storm, and the insidious alliance of unknown killers stalking the Tikaani-Gray family were expertly collaborated together by Kimberley and Kayla R. Woodhouse into one incredible thriller from beginning to end in No Safe Haven!

    I absolutely loved the identified points of view by each character, giving me an inside view of their fears, feelings, thoughts, and plans before the others were privy to them-both the group stranded on the mountain and those who intended the eradication of their lives and why.

    Kimberley and Kayla build suspense as their characters are hurdled through the medical aspects involving Andie, which can be deadly, their survival on the mountain, their rescue, their safety once safely on ground, albeit the hospital, and the breaches of security. Who can be trusted to keep them safe? The culmination of the story is so mind-boggling, yet realistic. It makes you wonder how the depravity of man can be so hideous.

    The book is also educational about the Andie's medical disorder (HSAN). Though she has this disorder, don't underestimate her. She is only twelve, but she is feisty, astute, witty, and full of faith! And she is not shy in sharing her trust in God and salvation. She will win your heart over in a second!

    This is not a book to start just before bed, unless you plan to be up into the wee hours of the morning, and then some! It is riveting!

    This book was provided by Julie Gwinn, Trade Book Marketing, B&H Publishing Group in exchange for my honest review. No monetary value was exchanged.
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