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Publication Date: 2007
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Tahn believes that his murderously jealous cousin, Baron Lionel Trent, is responsible for the villainy. The baron would surely kill Tahn given the chance, just to eliminate the possibility of a rival heir. But Tahn chooses to go to the assigned meeting place anyway, alone as ordered, in hopes of securing Netta's release. Will he succeed in rescuing his bride? Or will Tahn and Netta forever miss their chance at
Set in a fictional land during the Middle Ages, The Scarlet Trefoil by L.A. Kelly is the third book in the Tahn series. It concludes the tale of Tahn Dorn, but it also stands alone. Formerly a slave to the cruel Samis, Tahn has experienced Gods grace and transforming power and fallen in love with the daughter of the nobleman Benn Trilett. In addition to battling enemies from his past, Tahn must contend with those who suspect him of greed and selfish ambition.
The novel deals extensively with the themes of love, forgiveness, and providence. Tahn and Nettas love is a true, sacrificial love like that of Christ for the church. As a type of Christ, Tahn also displays incredible forgiveness. And throughout the book, characters seek Gods guidance and trust His protection. The storys overarching theme is God working out His plan through the lives of those who honor Him.
Although Kellys novel presents worthy themes, on the literary side it falls short of the inspiring tale the author apparently intends. While some of her characters, such as Tahn, provide inspiring examples at times, they come across as too perfect at others. More significantly, the book lacks a gripping writing style, and the author would do well to focus on improving the overall quality of the writing in the future. However, her use of suggestion and symbolism to hint at events beyond the end of the novel was commendable. Some readers will enjoy this book for its adventure and positive themes, but others will walk away dissatisfied because of its lack of writing sophistication. Jonathan Young, Christian Book Previews.com
So glad I read it--loved it!5 Stars Out Of 5Excellent book with suspense & inspiration throughout (again).July 29, 2014So glad I read it--loved it!Quality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5I will say this was the last book I read in the trilogy (only because I accidentally got them out of order & read this one last, after Return to Alistair). But my mistaken reading order did not spoil the story, which makes me believe the writing was even more impressive. I couldn't wait to find out what character did what next, and found myself sad to come to the end of the series whose characters (especially Taun) had come to feel much like treasured friends. The great thing is that I'm still finding myself reminded of certain behaviors & responses from the characters that inspire me to persevere and stay true to my faith, weeks after finishing the books. And I'd call that a great set of books.