Amazon Best-selling Historical Romance

Amazon Best-selling Historical Romance
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Monday, January 17, 2011

In Plain Sight by Michelle Sutton

In Plain Sight by Michelle Sutton is a Christian inspirational suspense novel published by Desert Breeze Publishing. Twenty chapters lure you into a well-developed plot where the main character Jovana struggles to overcome her past. Abused and abandoned by a former boyfriend, who left her on the street to die, she loses her unborn child.

Jovana relocates to Arizona where she works in a diner and meets two handsome men. Roadblocks of learning the English language and being confused with idioms are minor setbacks compared to inner struggles with her faith as a new, "baby" Christian and learning to accept the love of a good man.

Will she choose Kurt, a flirting customer, or Randy, the diner's manager? She feels more comfortable with Kurt, because she doesn't feel she's worthy of Randy, her boss. When Laney and Bojan, her brother, (from previous novel Danger at the Door) go to Paris for their wedding, Jovana and Randy are thrown together. Bojan asks Randy to stay with Jovana while they're out of the country. Kurt keeps phoning her and has his own plans for Jovana. Will she ever see through him, or will she rebel against her brother's protection as she did as a teen?

This novel's characters come alive for the reader. Both outer and inner conflicts provide a light suspense, and the short book packs a powerful punch when Jovana's ultimate decision and choice of men determine her future on earth and in heaven. The author spins a tale that has the potential to be life-changing. It's powerful story unlocks keys as to why people act certain ways and can be an instrument to aid understanding that will enable others to reach out and lend that helping hand that is so desperately needed, or at least be able to understand.

With In Plain Sight, the author weaves a tale of romance and redemption. I loved Danger at the Door, the first book, but this novel was even better. I highly recommend both being read one after the other for the most impact. You get to know and love the characters from the first book and continue to read about them in the second for a powerful experience.

Both books are available on Kindle at or Nook at Barnes and, where I purchased mine for only $4 something each, and they're well worth it. They may also be purchased through the publisher Desert Breeze Publishing, Inc. These novels are fast-paced, hook you within the first chapter, and make you want to finish the story. I found it hard to put them down once I started reading and wanted to continue straight through. Discover another world, another culture, and live other characters' lives through the pages of these excellent five-star novels.
Visit Michelle Sutton on Facebook or at She's an avid reader and writer and has a "Healing Hearts" book review blog at Let her powerful books heal your heart!


Rita's Random Ramblings said...

I've read, In Plain Sight, and I totally agree with your review! I enjoy Michelle's writing, I pray God opens the right doors for her!

Dakota said...

Hey, I just came across your blog by doing a bit of blog-surfing, and I'm glad I did! I've added myself as your newest follower, and I hope you'll check out my Christian devotional site as well:

Have a blessed day!

In Christ,

Michelle Sutton said...

Thanks for posting reviews on my books. :) In Plain Sight happens to be a personal favorite of mine. :)

B. J. Robinson said...

Rita, thanks for stopping by and commenting. I really enjoyed both books I read by Michelle, and I look forward to reading more.

B. J. Robinson said...

It was also one of my favorites, too, and I look forward to reading many more books by you. You are very welcome. I sincerely enjoyed both of your books. Blessings, Barb

B. J. Robinson said...

Dakota, Thanks for stopping by. I checked out your blog, too. You have a beautiful one. Have a blessed day! Barb

B. J. Robinson said...

Dakota, I don't see you as a follower on my blog, but I did sign to follow yours. Happy Hunting. Barb