I just couldn’t put it down! The Price of Trust by Amanda Stephan introduces us to a 24 year old, Carly, who is trying to desperately outrun her past. Trusting in God has become easy for Carly, given her past circumstances, but trusting in other people is almost impossible. When she finds herself in a small town with no job, no place to stay, only two suitcases to her name, and the problems from her past following fast on her heels, she has to learn how to trust the other people that God has placed in her life.
I was drawn to the characters and found them to be well thought out, consistent, and believable. The story-line was well-paced and the suspense was used exceptionally well. I thoroughly enjoyed this book. If you enjoy books by Dee Henderson or Terri Blackstock, you’ll love The Price of Trust.
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