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Angel's Den
Angel's Den
Author: Jamie Carie
Emma can't believe Eric Montclaire loves her. Not only is he a successful businessman, he's known far and wide as the "most handsome man west of the Appalachians." But her husband's angelic looks mask a self-serving, monstrous soul -- one that warps Emma's dream life into a horrifying nightmare. Her only hope? Her husba...  more »
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ISBN-13: 9780805448146
ISBN-10: 0805448144
Publication Date: 2/1/2010
Pages: 304
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4 stars, based on 17 ratings
Publisher: B & H Books
Book Type: Paperback
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tweezle avatar reviewed Angel's Den on + 39 more book reviews
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Set in the Missouri Territory in 1808, Emma Daring marries the man of her dreams, Eric Montclair. Eric is a handsome and successful businessman who has offered Emma her a fairytale life. Like all fairy tales, there lurks a dark and sinister character, who to Emma's mortification, ends up being her most handsome husband, Eric. Emma's only hope of a better life is the upcoming expedition that her husband has arranged, as no man takes woman on an such a trip. Or so Emma thought....

On Friday night, when I crawled into bed with this book, I had all intentions of only reading a chapter or two before going to sleep. I was exhausted and had an early morning ahead of me on Saturday. Almost 150 pages later, I reluctantly tucked "Angel's Den" away. As soon as everything was done on Saturday, I grabbed a cup of coffee and off I went to my favorite reading spot, where I sat reading until I finished the book. Yes, it was that captivating. Full of suspense and with a surprise twist I never saw coming, there was just no way to put it down!

"Angel's Den" was my first exposure to Jamie Carie's work. With four books before this, I wondered how I had missed such a brilliant author. All of Jamie's characters were so real and so true to character. My favorite character was the main character, Emma. I adored her. She was sweet and innocent, and such a testament to finding hope and strength through the power of God's Word, when things seemed their darkest. Her coming from a point of hopelessness and darkness to finding hope and believing, should be a lesson for all of us.
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Jamie Carie is one of my favorite authors and although I enjoyed this book, it was not my favorite. A great and easy read.


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