Saturday, November 12, 2016

Tangled Webs

Hello World,
Today was such a fun day.  We had the kid's very first babysitter home from college and my son absolutely adores her, so of course she had to come for a paid visit i.e. babysit so Todd and I could go on a date :)  We ate Leal's which is a local restaurant that serves some pretty awesome Mexican food, and then we ended our date at Palace Coffee.  Palace is our go to place where the couches are comfy and the people are nice.  And let's not forget the most important part, today also gave me a chance to read this amazing book!

Tangled Webs by Irene Hannon is truly a tangled web (pun totally intended).  Finn McGregor is an ex-Army Ranger with PTSD trying to recover and handle the complex hardships that war time brings.  Dana Lewis is an editor recovering from a traumatic incident that leaves her with severe nightmares.  These two meet when they both escape into the woods for self discovery and peace.  What they didn't expect was for trouble to find them...

I am a fan romantic suspense novels!!!! And this one is definitely right up that alley.  What you have is a web of characters all being strung together when life throws them a curve ball.  What I loved about how Ms. Hannon wrote this book, was how each character handled hardship.  There is choosing the path of trusting God or deciding your way is better.  Each choice has it's own consequences and you can see how eloquently it's played out by the characters in the book.  Their voices are heard and the sequence of their choices recorded.  If you like a book that let's you see what is in a characters mind and how they handle life's hardship, this is the book for you.

If you would like the book click Here

*yo peeps this book was given to me by Revell so I can honestly write about it.

1 Chronicles 29:11 ESV

11 Yours, O Lord, is the greatness and the power and the glory and the victory and the majesty, for all that is in the heavens and in the earth is yours. Yours is the kingdom, O Lord, and you are exalted as head above all.


  1. Breanna, thank you so much for this GREAT review! I'm delighted you enjoyed the book. I also love your photo! May I use it on my Facebook page?

    1. Hi Irene, you sure can! :-)

    2. Thanks, Breanna. I'm going to keep it on hand for my next post about this book.