Journey to New Heights

Journey to New Heights
We need a heart for the lost

Monday, December 7, 2015

Capitol K-9 Unit Christmas.....Protecting Virginia by Sjirlee McCoy

My review today is on the Love Inspired Suspense, Capitol K-9 Unit Christmas. This book is a novella, so today I will be reviewing the first story which is Protecting Virginia. I really enjoy Shirlee's work and was happy to see her continue the K-9 series. I always wondered what Virginia's story was. This story is well written, action packed, and full of intrigue. I loved the characters, especially how Virginia didn't bother John as she seemed to every one else. I also liked the faith that flowed throughout the story.

Virginia Johnson is one of the foster care workers in the group home of All Our Kids Foster Home in Washington D.C. She is very upset when her deceased husband's aunt dies and leaves her the estate. Virginia suffered untold horrors at the hand of her husband in that house; until the time that her husband tried to kill her and then killed himself. Her boss talks her into going to the house and getting it ready to sell so that she can use the money for the foster kids. Virginia would like to start another  home. But when she arrives at the house she finds an intruder that looks just like her dead husband and he seems to have every intention of finishing what her husband started. Hysterical she runs to her neighbor's house for help and finds a K-9 officer living there.

Capitol K-9 Officer John Forrester leaves Virginia with his K-9 partner and goes to the house while she calls 911. They find evidence of someone living the house but are unable to capture the man. Virginia's story about him being her dead husband confuses everyone. John is determined to help this beautiful vulnerable woman.

A journey of two hurt and broken souls. They soon learn that everything is not always as it seems and that to find their way they are going to need to trust each other and that God has a plan. God always has a plan and if we can but give Him our trust it will be far greater than anything we imagined.

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