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Publisher Description

In MaryLu Tyndall’s stunning conclusion to her Escape from Paradise series, Angeline Moore longs to make a fresh start in the Confederate colony of New Hope, Brazil. James Callaway longs to create a city free from immoral women who caused his failure as a preacher. But a series of strange happenings soon lead the colonists to believe they have been brought to this place for a divine purpose.

Escape to Paradise Series:
Book 1 - Forsaken Dreams
Book 2 - Elusive Hope
Book 3 - Abandoned Memories - July 2014

GENRE
Fiction & Literature
RELEASED
2014
July 1
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
320
Pages
PUBLISHER
Barbour Publishing, Inc.
SELLER
Barbour Publishing, Inc.
SIZE
7.3
MB

Customer Reviews

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A thrilling end to a mysterious trilogy

What a way to go out. In the final book in MaryLu Tyndall's Escape to Paradise trilogy, it has everything that a fan of action, adventure, and thrills could expect. This is my favorite kind of roller coaster.

This story follows Angeline Moore who is on the run from a past that you could say haunts her.
James Callaway has taken on the role of pastor for the colony, but he has battles waging inside him that threaten not only him but the whole colony.
Evil lurks in the jungle and James feels that it is up to him to discover the answers as to how to defeat the demonic presence that is surrounding their new colony.

When the pirates returned, I'll be honest, I was like 'Oh boy. Again?' But the pirates do add to the story this time and not detract as I felt they did previously.

At times it felt like nothing would ever be right for Angeline and James, as well as the supporting characters that we got to meet in the previous books. That is a sign of great writing. Take the reader on a roller coaster of low lows and high highs. This book definitely accomplished that. I enjoyed how the characters’ lives were weaved together before they ever came to the colony.

As for the battle with the demonic forces...WOW! Talk about creepsters.
Dreams, both bad and good, do have meanings, as they learn, usually more in depth than we could ever imagine. The battle had me cheering.

Even though there were times I didn't care for either Angeline or James, by the end they both won me over. this was a wonderful end to the trilogy, one that I recommend to anyone who enjoys action, adventure, thrilling mysteries, and overcoming evil with good.

I was given a copy of this book by the author in exchange for an honest review which I have given.

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