Like every Robert Whitlow book I have ever read, I did not want this book to end. Readers cannot help but get deeply involved in the lives of Hana Abboud Hasan and her husband, Daub, Christian Arabs living in Atlanta, Georgia. Hana and Daub married following the harrowing events told in Book One of Whitlow's Chosen People series. (I won't include any spoilers for those who haven't had the pleasure of reading it yet.) Daub has moved his security business to live in the United States where Hana is an attorney. After briefly returning to the Middle East as a contractor with the CIA, trouble follows him both home and abroad, impacting those for whom he cares. This action packed, tension-filled novel will follow readers wherever they go as well, but the only trouble involved will be chores left undone and sleepless nights. Throughout the story readers will be reminded that we are not guaranteed tomorrow and that our safety lies in God's hands.
I received a complimentary copy of Promised Land. Opinions expressed in this review are completely my own.
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