About the Book
Cash McCall has loved Dr. Renee Dawson for half his life. Although they’ve talked about a future together, she has never believed it was the right time for them to get engaged. Now she has ended their relationship, and he has no idea why.
Everything Renee worked so hard for is in jeopardy. One agonizing decision has changed everything, and she has been forced to shatter the heart of the man she loves. And her own.
The extremist militant group The Arm is on a mission. Its leader doesn’t care how many innocent lives are lost in the pursuit of the group’s end goal, and Renee has seen something she was not supposed to see.
If Cash can’t get to her in time, Renee could end up in the crosshairs of the terrorists, and he may lose her—and any chance at the life he’d always envisioned—forever.
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In My Opinion
This book is categorized as mystery and suspense, and Sara Davison writes in that genre, but Written in Ink is more of a women’s fiction or general fiction book with an element of suspense. While I started the book expecting the suspense, I quickly learned this story is something else entirely.
It’s a challenge to Christians. It’s an encouragement to those on the precipice of faith. It’s a commentary on judgement and much, much more as Cash and Renee find themselves at different ends of their situation.
Without giving anything away (because readers need to form their own opinion), Davison uses a situation with lots of shades of gray for her characters. And not once does the author shove her opinion in your face. No, she gives all sides and perspectives (even the extremist one) equal measure.
At its core, Written in Ink is a testimony of how God can redeem. How he can take our sin, fling it from our lives, and restore what we believed was lost. It’s a story of God’s love for his creation and his pursuit of the lost children. It’s a book that challenges perspectives, admonishes judgment, and gives hope to those who feel lost. It’s a book not to miss.
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