Book Reviews of Eyes of a Stranger

Eyes of a Stranger
Eyes of a Stranger
Author: Carol Warburton
ISBN-13: 9781591568643
ISBN-10: 1591568641
Publication Date: 1/2005
Pages: 272
  • Currently 3.1/5 Stars.

3.1 stars, based on 5 ratings
Publisher: Covenant Communications
Book Type: Paperback
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Helpful Score: 1
I have read many of Carol Warburton's books and have enjoyed all of them. She is a good writer of historical novels. This book was especially good to me because it was set in the Mormon colonies in Mexico, and I have not read any novels about that. It was interesting the prejudices that the Mormons had for the Mexicans. I would recommend this book to any one that likes a good clean historical love story.-Teresa
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Pretty light reading, but it did keep my attention.
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The year is 1907, and Matthew Cameron has questions no one in his small Mormon settlement can answer. But answers come fast and furious when a man who looks eerily like Matthew saves him from a deadly attack.
Rafael, the rescuer, may be charming, but he is also a ruthless exploiter. When Matthew refuses to cross a moral line, Rafael begins to destroy all that Matthew holds dear.
Angry and alone--armed only with his unfailing belief in God--Matthew struggles to start a new life. Faced with a disturbing past, along with bitter racism in his new community, Matthew is surprised to find his sole defender is a beautiful, spirited young woman. Against the wishes of everyone around them, Matthew and Sabra begin to fall in love.
When Sabra's life is jeopardized, Matthew must make some final choices: between love and hate, between right and wrong, and between life and death. Carol Warburton, master of LDS historical fiction, delivers a sweeping novel of suspense, adventure, and romance that is sure to keep readers riveted to the end of this unforgettable story.