Honor Redeemed, First Responders Series #2
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Honor Redeemed, First Responders Series #2   -     By: Loree Lough
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Highly skilled Search and Rescue (SAR) team leader, Honor Mackenzie, works almost as hard at guarding the dark secrets of her past as she does when training SAR dogs. As for widowed Sun reporter Matt Phillips, not even his former SAR work is as important as protecting his ten-year-old twin boys.

When a jumbo jet crashes outside Baltimore one cold night, their respective jobs put them face-to-face at the grisly scene--and force Matt and Honor to reconsider the difficult decisions that resulted in their long-standing "single forever" status.

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Title: Honor Redeemed, First Responders Series #2
By: Loree Lough
Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 304
Vendor: Abingdon Press
Publication Date: 2012
Dimensions: 8.50 X 5.50 (inches)
Weight: 12 ounces
ISBN: 1426713169
ISBN-13: 9781426713163
Series: First Responders
Stock No: WW713163

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Highly skilled Search and Rescue (SAR) team leader, Honor Mackenzie, works almost as hard at guarding the dark secrets of her past as she does when training SAR dogs. As for widowed Sun reporter Matt Phillips, not even his former SAR work is as important as protecting his ten-year-old twin boys.  

When a jumbo jet crashes outside Baltimore one cold night, their respective jobs put them face-to-face at the grisly scene--and force Matt and Honor to reconsider the difficult decisions that resulted in their long-standing "single forever" status.

As Matt tries to come to terms with his feelings for Honor, he gets word that she hasn’t reported in since starting the search for a missing child. Reverting to his SAR training, Matt leads the search team as a vicious winter storm bears down on the area. Will he find her in time? And if he does, will they find their way back to each other or go back to living life alone?

Author Bio

With nearly 4,500,000 books in circulation, award-winning author Loree Lough has 99 books on the shelves (mostly faith-based fiction & non-fiction for children & adults that earned dozens of 4- & 5-star reviews & 5 movie options), including reader favorites such as the First Responders series & For Love of Eli (Abingdon Press). With the publication of Guarding Alyssa in February of 2014 (#3 in the A Child to Love series for Harlequin Heartwarming), the total will reach 100.
Loree's articles have appeared in dozens of international & national newspapers & magazines. In addition to nearly 2,500 feature stories (writing as L.A. Lough), she "ghosted" hundreds more that appeared in trade & technical publications.
A firm believer in the "what goes around, comes around" theory, Loree developed & taught numerous fiction & nonfiction writing courses for area colleges, writers' organizations, & the prestigious Writer's Digest Writing School. Through these efforts, she has mentored hundreds of students, & the list of those now published has passed 100. She also believes in dedicating a generous portion of her annual income to favorite charities & organizations. See the "Giving Back" page at her web site www.loreelough.com for a complete list.
Loree & her husband split their time between a humble home in the Baltimore suburbs & a cabin in the Allegheny Mountains, where she takes great pride in her "identify the critter tracks" skills.


In Honor Redeemed, Loree Lough captures the idea of seeking lost love, learning to trust, and trying to forgive. Honor Mackenzie is a young SAR (search and rescue) instructor, who, because of having endured a tragic emotional ordeal, has stopped trusting men. It isn't until Matt comes along that she begins to believe there may be hope for the redemption of mankind (and men, in general). Through a sad twist of events Honor and Matt are driven apart, but they still maintain a love burning in their hearts.

Honor is a woman struggling to get away from her past, but despite her best efforts she is haunted by memories. Although she is a brave woman with a strong sense of independence, bad memories keep recurring and causing her problems. Matt, on the other hand, is a widower with two kids. His wife died in childbirth and he still mentally blames her for giving up. Matt is a man driven by his emotions, especially his anger, but his raw feelings can only drive him straight to a lonely future.

Through her beautifully descriptive writing, Lough allows the reader to experience firsthand the world of a hurting young woman. Lough has readers on the edge of their seats, hoping to see love flourish between Honor and Matt. Despite a realistic ending that is not "happily ever after," the scenes of rescue and adventure will keep readers turning pages in desperate curiosity.

This book was good reading because it had lots of action, as well as deep spiritual issues that related to honor, duty, forgiveness, love, and service to others. As Matt and Honor experience their roller coaster ride of emotional highs and lows, the author forces readers to examine their own motives for dedication, devotion, and self-sacrifice. To that end, this book is both insightful and entertaining. - Nate Randolph, www.ChristianBookPreviews.com

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