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Love Held Captive: Review by Susan Scott Ferrell

Love Held Captive

Love Held Captive – Riveting!

I’ve said it before: Shelley Shepard Gray’s Lone Star Hero’s series may not be Amish (what?!), but it is amazing. The latest and final installment of this series, Love Held Captive, is no exception. No doubt, you are about to have some sleepless nights reading this one!

Major Ethan Kelly is haunted by a woman named Lizbeth Barclay. He encountered her while serving the Confederacy. He was in charge of a raid on her home. When he runs into her after the war, she does not know who he REALLY is – and she is scarred, both mentally and physically.

Captain Devin Monro is ambling through life after war when he meets one Julianne VanFleet. He is smitten at first glance – but then he learns of her past.

When Deving and Ethan find that their file former colonel, Adam Bushnell, is at the epicenter of both women’s pain, they enlist the help of their band of brothers to bring about swift justice. Will then find who and what they’re looking for?

I was given Love Held Captive in exchange for my honest review. I was riveted after reading the first pages. Gray does an amazing job of weaving intricate storylines into a sweeping tale of valor, justice, and healing. A wonderful ending to an incredible series, I dare say that Gray has mastered a new niche in the Christian fiction market.

Susan Ferrell and her husband make their home in the Atlanta Metro area. Although Susan struggles with chronic migraine headaches, she stays very busy as a stay-at-home mom to one very precocious little girl. While catching her breath, she feeds her Amishaholic tendencies by reading vast amounts of Amish literature!

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