Tuesday, October 22, 2019

Rebel's Son Review Promo Blast

Back Cover Synopsis

 A struggle to earn forgiveness and find redemption.
A soiled, irreverent, prankster, Prince Shane waits for the day he’ll wear the crown. Days
Before receiving his spurs making him a knight, Shane learns he isn’t his parent’s child.
He embarks on a  journey to discover the truth and keep the crown. But his search digs up an evil that
Threatens  his family, and his very soul.
Shane  struggles to put things right and earn redemption.
Marg runs her late husband's tavern hidden in a distant corner of the kingdom. She’s trying to
forget her past and the blood on her hands. She keeps people at a distance until the night
she finds a near-naked man left beaten in her pigpen. Nursing him back to
health will change everything as God works to restore them both.

My Thoughts: This is a wonderful story of forgiveness, redemption, and love.  It`s a story of one man who needs to find himself and who he is in God.  It's a story of good overcoming evil.   I truly enjoyed this novel.  It shows how we as people struggle against the darkness.  Shane could be any one of us;  he was easy to identify with.   I liked how the author portrayed the evil in the story.  She paints a picture of what we battle every day.  I believe my favorite part of the story is the battle of good and evil over Shane.  It reminded me of the unseen battle that goes on around every day.  I also appreciate that the gospel is given and the frequent quotes of the Bible.
I highly recommend this novel.


Author Biography:  Michelle Janene lives and works in Northern California, though most days she blissfully exists in

the medieval creations of her mind. She is a devoted teacher, a dysfunctional housekeeper, and a
dedicated writer. She released her first novella Mission: Mistaken Identity
in the fall of 2015, followed by seven novels and has been published in several anthologies. She leads two critique groups and is the founder of Strong Tower Press —Indie solutions for indie authors

I received this book free from the publisher. I was not required to write a positive review and the opinions I have expressed are my own. I am  disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255 : “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”

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