While home on furlough, missionary Emily Durham takes a summer job as a
nanny to two adopted children. But it's not the happy family situation
she expected. She finds herself caught not only in the middle of family
problems but actual danger. Someone wants the children's father out of
the picture. Dillion Brewington is asked by his brother to help look
after the children as well as the new nanny. Little did he know that
Emily would be such a distraction. Her lively and loving personality
captivates him. As Emily and Dillion work together to figure out who is
behind the attempts, their feelings begin to grow. Emily will be leaving
again soon for the mission field and though it will just about kill
her, she knows this is what God wants her to do, or is it?
author has such a gift for delivering a great story with great
characters, a great message, which is always grounded in Biblical truth
and on top of that, great suspense. The story starts off with a punch
and continues to hold your attention all the way through to see how it
all turns out. I particularly appreciated the spiritual encouragement of
daily putting on the armor of God to face each day fully prepared.
Great advice. I admit, I was hoping we would visit with some of the
other Durham family members but there was only a mention of them here
and there. Devoted Mission is part of The Ozark Durham Series but could
easily be read as a stand alone.
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