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Number of Pages: 350
Vendor: Tyndale House
Publication Date: 2009
|Dimensions: 8.25 X 5.50 (inches)|
Series: Call of Duty
Paige Rogers is a former CIA agent who lost all she treasured seven years ago when her entire team was killed in a covert mission. She blames their leaderDaniel Kearywhom Paige believes betrayed them. Disillusioned and afraid for her life, she disappeared and started a new life as a small-town librarian. But when Keary announces his candidacy for governor of her state, he comes after Paige to ensure that she won't ruin his bid for office. He threatens everything she holds dear, and Paige must choose between the life of hiding that has become her refuge . . . Or risking everything in one last, desperate attempt to right old wrongs.
Paige Rogers, a quiet librarian in the small town of Split Creek, Oklahoma, had survived more exciting days dodging bullets to protect her country. And that is the beginning of a suspense adventure called Breach of Trust by DiAnn Mills. Paige is ex-CIA and hiding under a new name to protect her family from a man who betrayed her and his country. Now Daniel Keary wants more from her as he runs for governor of Oklahoma. But Paige has become a Christian and even as she tries to bring Keary down, she runs it all past her heavenly Father first.
Will Keary be able to stop Paige and stay a free man? Will Paige be able to protect her parents and her secret from Keary? What about Miles Laird? She is falling in love with himbut will he stay once he knows how she has deceived him and Split Creek? Does Keary have a mole in Split Creek?
DiAnn Mills has written an excellent suspense novel and shown us a glimpse of the pressures and conflicts that a Christian experiences when trying to serve and protect our country, within the CIA or any other covert operation. Paige and Miles are both Christians dealing with their past, seeking Gods will for the present, and trying hard to trust God for the future.
I would recommend this novel for teenagers on up, both men and women. (My husband enjoyed it!) Readers are drawn in from the beginning and kept guessing what will happen next. Highly recommended. Linda Demorest, www.ChristianBookPreviews.com
Inkwell Reviews3 Stars Out Of 5Review From inkwellreviews.comJanuary 1, 2017Inkwell ReviewsQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5I had read some of Diann Mills latest books and I figured the I would give one of her older ones a try. I would label this as a slow suspense novel. Sure, it had its fair share of action, but It wasnt a book that keeps you reading until all hours of the night. As far as ease of reading goes, sometimes I didnt know what was going on. At times it seemed like it was kind of all over the place. One thing unique about this, is that you really got to know Miles -the main male character. This was not some guy that you scarcely know, then in the end he comes in and saves the day and they live happily ever after. Now, the character of Miles was really quite good and developed but on the other hand the character of Paige Rogers was quite shallow. Its like I knew her in the present but not in the past. I couldnt get a feel of what her personally was like back then or what drove her to be who she was. Sometimes I want a slower suspense and adventure book. This was a refreshing novel that I am glad I read. You should give it a try.
HookMichiganAge: Over 65Gender: Male5 Stars Out Of 5Breach of TrustSeptember 25, 2014HookMichiganAge: Over 65Gender: MaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5The book is riveting. It does not take long to get involved; and difficult to put down. This is the second book I have read by DiAnn Mills and I have become an ardent fan of hers.
artsy5 Stars Out Of 5amazingAugust 22, 2014artsyQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5Amazing Work
CurledUpWithaBookThe MaritimesAge: Over 65Gender: female4 Stars Out Of 5Good book!June 11, 2014CurledUpWithaBookThe MaritimesAge: Over 65Gender: femaleQuality: 4Value: 5Meets Expectations: 4A great story of suspense and adventure in a small town and written from a Christian perspective.
alwaysreadingAge: 55-65Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5Enjoyable.May 29, 2014alwaysreadingAge: 55-65Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5Paige Rogers, former CIA agent is now head librarian in the town of Split Creek, Oklahoma. Now instead of securing America from the bad guys, she is securing library fines from overdue books. And just when she is settling into her new life, her past come back to haunt her. Paige begins to fight not only for her new home, but the feeling that have begun to develop for the high school football coach, Miles Laird.
I really like Paige. She was a refreshing character, smart, funny and complicated. She struggled through most of the book to find God's peace. I like that she bakes pies on Thursday and makes the Split Creek book club feel welcome and comfortable. Being a former spy she is used to living on her own, depending on no one but herself, so living in a small town presents its own challenges for her.
The one thing that did annoy me about Paige, was the fact she gave into the bad guy way to easily and then just expected the bad guy to keep his word. As a former CIA agent I would have expected a backup plan at the very least. For me, this made the story a bit less plausible.
Our hero, Miles Laird, took me longer to warm up to. I didn't find him all that interesting for about the first third of the book. It was only after he began to find that the pieces of Paige's history weren't adding up and he did some background investigating that he began to come alive for me. We learned that he used to own and run a security firm and why gave that up and come to Split Creek. It was then that he began to step up and we could see the hero in him.
The storyline itself was incredible. The author put together a wonderful story full of suspense with a touch of romance. There were a couple of plot twists that I didn't see coming, so that always thrills me when that happens.
I really enjoyed this book. It was entertaining as well as intriguing.