Thursday, May 24, 2012


Samantha (Sam) Blacker's life seems to be in a downward spiral. She lost her job, rent's due and she has to deal with her heavy drinking, very aggressive neighbor. On top of all that, her good friend Bo, didn't show up for their yearly meeting. Then an unexpected inheritance leads her from Atlanta to Big Fork Lake, Alabama. She doesn't think, as a city girl, she'll be happy in the country but also feels like she has no other choice. There she meets Noah Frye. A good man who was a good friend to Bo. The attraction is immediate but Noah keeps things pretty light as Sam does not share his faith. It's not long before trouble knocks on Sam's door. And why does that black truck always seem to be lurking in the shadows? When a murder victim is found and Sam is the only suspect, her world is turn upside down. Will Sam lose everything she holds dear or through all the trials, find something more precious than anything else?

Escape to Big Fork Lake was a very enjoyable romantic suspense. I liked getting to know the characters and the little town of Big Fork Lake. It was interesting learning a little about running an Inn. I wouldn't classify this as an edge-of-your-seat type story but it did have a few twists and turns along the way that were a bit of a surprise. That's always a plus when you can't figure it all out until the end. There was an underlying message about trusting God and keeping the faith no matter what, as well as a message about remaining morally pure before marriage, which I was delighted to see. It was a good reminder that whatever your failures might be, God meets you where you are. If you're looking for a little R & R with splash of suspense, you may want to take a trip to Big Fork Lake.
File Size: 337 KB
Print Length: 188 pages
Publisher: Inspired Romance Novels (March 21, 2012)


Josie said...

Sounds like a great read. I love romantic suspense, and the inspy theme is very welcome.

ManicScribbler said...

This sounds like my sort of story - I think I'll be heading to Big Fork Lane very soon - oh and I love your blog!

Sherry Kuhn said...

Thank you both for stopping by and leaving a comment! I hope you both enjoy your trip to Big Fork Lake.

Lynette, also wanted to thank you for your kind words concerning my blog! ;)

Joan Alley said...

Thank you for reviewing Escape to Big Fork Lake...I'm glad to hear you enjoyed it. Your blog is very beautiful! Joan Alley,

Sherry Kuhn said...

Joan, thanks for poppin' in and leaving a comment. I appreciate the compliment about my blog. Thank you.

Mary L. Ball said...

Thanks so much for allowing Escape to Big Fork lake to be part of your blog. It's indeed a pleasure to have my novel reviewed here. Love 2 Read Novels is a great looking blog. It's like going home to a well love retreat. I'll return often.

Sherry Kuhn said...

Awww, thank you Mary for your kind words. You're a blessing! :)

Beulahland Church of Jesus North Carolina said...

Looking forward to reading Mary's novel. Mary is a very talented and creative writer who uses intriguing twists, turns and excitement in her writing. Ah...nothing better than sitting in a cozy chair, sipping on a cup of coffee and a good read.. which this promises to be.

Sherry Kuhn said...

Thank you for stopping by Beulahland Church of Jesus North Carolina! I couldn't agree more - there is nothing like a cup of coffee, a cozy chair and a good book! (which this on is!) ;) Hope you enjoy it too!

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