Reviewed by Rel Mollet
Finding Stefanie by
Susan May Warren
"With expert characterization and engaging writing, Susie generates a real affinity between the reader and every character that graces her pages."
Stefanie Noble has faithfully remained at the Silver Buckle Ranch trying to keep her father's dream alive while her wild and angry brothers went in search of their destinies. Now Nick Noble is back, married to his beloved Piper and Rafe is reformed and very much in love. Only Stefanie's dreams and hopes remain unfulfilled.
Self seeking and arrogant would describe Lincoln Cash, Hollywood's hottest action hero, until he is brought to his knees by a secret he desperately tries to hide. Seeking refuge in Phillips, Montana, Lincoln hopes to transform a rundown ranch and launch a new film festival in his new backyard. But not everyone wants Phillips to become a mecca for Hollywood actors, including his neighbour Stefanie Noble, but arson just doesn't seem her style.
Someone wants payback, but for what and against whom?
Susan May Warren gets back in the saddle for this enthralling conclusion to her Noble Legacy Trilogy with Stefanie's story. Susie is one smart writer as she transforms the unlikeable Lincoln Cash from Taming Rafe into a man of substance, struggling with an affliction that could shelve his lifelong plans. With expert characterization and engaging writing, Susie generates a real affinity between the reader and every character that graces her pages. The sub story surrounding runaways Gideon and his sisters with the compassionate preacher's daughter, Libby, is terrific. Finding Stefanie is intriguing, suspenseful, romantic and spiritual and an essential addition to your collection.
Rel Mollet is a lawyer, wife and mother of three young daughters and lives in Melbourne, Australia. Reading has been her passion since childhood. She is a Book Club Co-ordinator and has her own website ~ relzreviewz ~ dedicated to reviews and author interviews with the sole aim to support authors writing from a Christian worldview. She believes Sir Francis Bacon's (1561 - 1626) creed, "Reading is to the mind what exercise is to the body".