I am happy to say that my friend, Peggy Blann Phifer, did a knockout job crafting To See the Sun. After the loss of her parents and her husband, Erin MacIntyre expects her life to calm down. Instead it grows more intense as she faces having a baby and raising it alone. Then two stalkers make it clear that her life is in danger. Although her faith waivers, she keeps talking to God. I stayed up several nights unable to put the book down, wondering whether Erin would accept help from an x-boyfriend or if she would be the victim of another murder. I found myself praying for Erin during some pretty challenging and suspenseful moments. I am still thinking about the characters and story, even a week after finishing the book. I can hardly wait to read the next in the series.
If you'd like to know more about the Peggy, the author, and find out more about her book series, my interview with her will be posted here next week and we'll have a drawing for her book, To See the Sun, from the people who leave comments. You'll be blessed if you're the winner.