Monday, February 2, 2015

{{Book Review}} Return to Exile

Filled with gripping action and raw emotion, Return to Exile is a spellbinding adventure of star-crossed lovers captivates with every turn of the page in this electric continuation of Lynne Gentry's  Carthage Chronicles.

"When people are afraid, they are far easier to control."

Six years ago, impossible circumstances forced Dr. Lisbeth Hastings to leave behind the love of her life, not just in another country, but in another time. Her work as a top-notch epidemiologist and parenting her little girl helps alleviate the pain, but at night when her exhausted head hits the pillow, images of her beloved Cyprian haunt her sleep.

Cyprian Thascius returns from political exile a broken man. He's lost his faith, the love of his life, and his purpose. He attempts to move on, to face the danger that is looming over Carthage, but when Cyprian's true love suddenly reappears, his heart becomes as imperiled as the fledgling church he seeks to save.

Have the years that kept Lisbeth and Cyprian apart created too wide a chasm to bridge? In the midst of a new epidemic and rising oppression, will their love be the most costly fatality? 

*My Review*
This is an wonderful book! The plot of this book is full of adventure and the characters are so well developed. Because of Gentry's knowledge of this era I felt like I was in the story.

I've read my fair share of christian historical fiction and this author's style is by far the best one yet. I'd recommend this book to anyone who enjoys historical fiction! 

{{About The Author}}

Lynne Gentry has written for numerous publications. She is a professional acting coach, theater director, and playwright. Lynne is an inspirational speaker and dramatic performer. She loves spending time with her family and working with her medical therapy dog.
Find Lynne online: websiteFacebook,Twitter

I received this book free from LItFuse Publicity in exchange for my honest review. I am not required to write a positive review. All opinions expressed are 100% my own. 

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