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About the Book
Who will save her from herself? After helping another girl escape, Mercedes Nobles suffers unspeakable abuse at Jericho. So when an American cowboy rides into town, she jumps at the opportunity to start a new life… even though she carries a secret that could destroy any chance of happiness for either of them.
John Durbin may have turned in his badge, but he still believes in living by a code of honor. That includes returning to a seedy Mexican saloon and rescuing a woman who helped his friends escape. However, the tables turn and he finds himself married in name only. Struggling with cultural differences, they questions if their marriage will survive. Will John sacrifice his faith to make his new bride happy? How will Mercedes redeem herself when John learns of the secret she’s hiding?
My Review: "Twice Redeemed" by Mimi Milan is book 2 in (The Jericho Resistance Series) and is a great story of redemption. But I have to be honest and say that I am glad I read book 1 "A Rebel In Jericho" first because I don't think I wouldn't have enjoyed this story as well without having that background. Yes, "A Rebel In Jericho" is really Catalina's story and "Twice Redeemed" is Mercedes's story, they really ( in my opinion) should be read in order.
Through "Twice Redeemed" was a great read I liked "A Rebel in Jericho" better.
"Twice Redeemed" is a story that shows love can conquer all. There are a few tense scenes in both of these books and they do keep you on the edge of your seat. These books have violence and alcohol. And the subject material is human trafficking, but there no explicit scenes but I really don't recommend young teens read them.
I love the ending, there is a surprise. In fact, there are a few surprises in this book and that is why I say reading "A Rebel In Jericho" first is better. The ending also leaves me wondering if there is going to be a third book in this series. I certainly hope so as I have questions that need answers like what happened to -- and --- . I put the lines in because to fill them in it might be a spoiled alert.
Yes, I recommend these books to Christians and non Christians alike. There are references to God and Bible reading but these books are not preachy.
I was given a copy of "Twice Redeemed" by the author and Celebrate Lit for my honest review as part of the book tour.
About the Author
Mimi Milan spent two decades scribbling away in notebooks before realizing that her life’s calling was to write. So she returned from Mexico and attended the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, majoring in Creative Writing and minoring in Film. She currently resides in the suburbs of Charlotte, making time for God, family and imaginary friends.
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