Monday, April 1, 2013

Pump Your Book Virtual Tours Presents: Angel Falls by Connie Mann


Her best friend’s been murdered and Brazilian orphanage director Regina da Silva will do whatever it takes to protect her friend’s baby. Even if it means dealing with an intimidating man she’s not sure she can trust.
Former Army Ranger Brooks Anderson refuses to protect anyone ever again. The last time he did, the woman and child both died. He’s just here to transport an orphan for adoption, as promised, and then he’s outta there.
But when bullets fly, Brooks and Regina risk everything and dive headlong into danger to protect one defenseless child.
As the killer closes in and long-buried secrets come to light, they’ll have to trust each other to stay alive.
Will that be enough to save their little angel–and themselves—from plunging to their deaths over the Falls?






Connie Mann loves stories that combine suspense, adventure and second chances. She offers encouragement to busy women on her blog: and is an active member of Romance Writers of America and American Christian Fiction Writers. She’s also a USCG-licensed boat captain, so when she’s not writing, she’s usually on Central Florida’s waterways with local school children or her fabulous family.
Her latest book is the Christian fiction, Angel Falls.
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My Review:

What a riveting, page turning read. Once I started, I could not put this book down, it turned out to be a quick read, maybe because I couldn't leave it alone?
The action starts very quickly. We are at a home, in Brazil, for street children, that Regina and her friend Irene take care of. Unfortunately their paths cross with a killer, and Regina is left with the care of Irene's son Eduardo.
When Brooks Anderson receives a call from his Mother to help, he doesn't want to. You never know how connected each are.
The danger is ever present, and you won't know who or whom to trust. One or another is always in trouble. In the end you really have to wonder if anyone will survive? Through it all, you will wonder who would have so much evil in them that they would want to kill a baby??
Regina's life has been very hard, she grew up herself as a street child, but Brook's Father let her to Christ. She is such a giving person, but with very low opinion of herself. Brook has a secret, he knows, but it eats at him, and he needs to forgive and find God's forgiveness.
A very heartwarming book, and one that you will remember long after the last page is turned.

I received this book through Pump Your Book Virtual Tours, and was not required to give a positive review.

1 comment:

  1. Hi Maureen, Thanks so much for taking the time to read and review Angel Falls!I'm delighted that you enjoyed it! Many thanks for your help in recommending it to readers!