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Monday, January 27, 2014

Book Review: An Aria For Nick

An Aria for Nick
Hallee Bridgeman

Copyright 2013

Aria is barely eighteen when this book opens.  She has a brother eight years her Senior and a Father she could listen pray all day.  Aria is also a musican, and in love with Nick, who is soon to go to war when the book opens up.  Nicolas ends up loosing his life in the war though, and Arias heart is broken when a soldier comes to her door.  She thinks it is her Father at first, but it is not Nick has been killed.  It soon comes to light that perhaps Nick is not dead.  That somehow there had been a mistake a case of mistaken idenity, but Aria does not know that at first.  When she discovers that Nick is in fact alive she is angry at first when she tells Nick of how his Father had broken her wrist at his funeral.  He was angry and blamed Aria for his death somehow.  

Somehow in the midst of the madness, that have become life for Aria and Nick, the manage to remember where there faith lay, and that is in Jesus Christ.  In his darkest moments Nick clings to this truth as does Aria.

There is never a dull moment in an Aria for Nick, from the first page to the last, it is nonstop action and suspense, mixed with a little romance.  If you like Christian Mysteries, you will love an Aria for Nick, and I doubt you will want to put it down.  This is definitely a novel deserving of five stars.


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