Book Review – Lorna by Debra White Smith

Kristi Burchfiel —  February 4, 2013

I ran across Lorna by Debra White Smith while looking through the bargain books again. This book is the second in The Debutantes series. In this story Lorna Leigh, the famous and rich former professional tennis player, works with her two other high society friends to investigate and solve crimes in the Houston area. What she didn’t expect was to become romantically involved with the new mayor of Houston who unfortunately has found himself in the middle of their latest investigation. How are the three friends supposed to catch the man responsible for accusing a local pastor of child pornography when Lorna’s new boyfriend is one of the leading suspects.

I found this book to be interesting with a plot that kept moving throughout the book. I was able to pick up this book without having read the first book in the series and not feel like I was left out. The characters are interesting, but a bit unbelievable in parts. The book does a good job dealing with the issue of forgiveness and understanding God’s will for us. Overall I gave it 4 stars out of 5.

 

I did discover that the book I read is out of print with the original publisher and has been republished by a different publisher. The picture above is for the new book as it is the one that is currently available. Click on the picture to find out more.

Kristi Burchfiel

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