In Plain Sight Held captive by her gypsy boyfriend for seven years then abandoned on the streets Jovana now struggles to lead a normal life Her brother introduces her to new faith and offers her a fresh start in A

  • Title: In Plain Sight
  • Author: Michelle Sutton
  • ISBN: 9781936000517
  • Page: 414
  • Format: ebook
  • Held captive by her gypsy boyfriend for seven years, then abandoned on the streets, Jovana now struggles to lead a normal life Her brother introduces her to new faith and offers her a fresh start in Arizona Jovana agrees and moves in with her future sister in law As her brother s wedding approaches, he becomes increasingly concerned for her safety She speaks little EngHeld captive by her gypsy boyfriend for seven years, then abandoned on the streets, Jovana now struggles to lead a normal life Her brother introduces her to new faith and offers her a fresh start in Arizona Jovana agrees and moves in with her future sister in law As her brother s wedding approaches, he becomes increasingly concerned for her safety She speaks little English and tries to be too independent Her brother s close friend, who happens to also be her boss at the diner, offers stay with her while they go on their honeymoon.When a handsome stranger pursues her at the restaurant, she wants to get to know him better Randy doesn t trust the man, but she believes Kurt s honeyed words She can t imagine Randy wanting a woman with her history, anyway, so she pursues the dangerous man A surprising attraction toward Randy develops, and because she s afraid of her growing feelings toward him, she does everything she can think of to make him reject her But he s tough to shake loose, which is, of course, exactly what she needs to heal.

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    1. In Plain Sight is the story of Jovana, a beautiful immigrant from Macedonia trying to escape a troubled past and start over. As a new Christian, she is determined to do the right thing, but can she trust either of the men who seem to have fallen for her? More importantly, can she trust herself? In this book, author Michelle Sutton continues to write from a heart of passion. Her treatment of sexual issues within a Christian context are bold, realistic and refreshing, while the strong redemptive m [...]

    2. Review of In Plain Sightc. Michelle SuttonApril 2010Desert BreezeISBN: 1-978-1-936000-51-7Michelle Sutton’s sequel to Danger Behind the Door, In Plain Sight, delves into the life of Bojan’s sister, Jovana, and the results of her teenaged lifestyle. I would say “lifestyle choices” but at age fifteen, Jovana may have chosen to run from the family who loved her to the gang of men who abused her, though in most of the civilized world we call such men kidnappers and pedophiles.Michelle’s ch [...]

    3. I know I wrote that First Impressions was my favorite book by Michelle Sutton, but now this one is. In Plain Sight is the sequel to Danger at the Door. It picks up with Bojan's sister, Jovana, who has recently come to America to try and put her life back together after nearly dying from an abusive relationship and losing her baby. Jovana became a Christian in the previous book, but in Michelle's new book, In Plain Sight, she still struggles with the scars of her former life, including feelings o [...]

    4. I read the first book in this series last year and really enjoyed the story. I was happy to read this book which features Jovana the sister of Bojan the hero of Danger at the door. We take up the story when Jovana has come to America to live escaping her ex who abused her in many different ways. Jovana is working at Bojan’s Diner. Randy is the manager and is helping keep an eye on Jovana who has limited English. I found it fun reading how easy it was for her to be confused with the American sa [...]

    5. (The copy that I reviewed was an ARC, so it is not the final edited version.)True love gives, it does not take. It does not demand its own way. It is patient, kind, etc… This is the lesson that Jovana is learning, slowly but surely. Through her own painful experiences she has learned to distrust men outside of her family. Even though her brother trusts Randy, her boss and her brother’s friend, he has yet to win Jovana’s trust in him as well. She assumes that he is like all the other men th [...]

    6. This story is the sequel to Danger At The Door. Bojan and Laney are getting married and Bojan's sister Jovana is the heroine in this one, and Randy, the manager of Bojan's diner. The story is that since they-Bojan and Laney are going on their honeymoon to Paris, they don't want to leave Jovana in the house alone and Bojan asks Randy to stay with her while they are gone. Randy Strong is a solid Christian, but he has a weakness for the lovely Jovana. Jovana really doesn't like Randy in the beginni [...]

    7. I think this might be one of my favourite Michelle Sutton books but I've loved them all :). In Plain Sight really appeals to me because I find Jovana such a believable main character. I love how realistic she is and how true-to-life her reactions are. Michelle writes all of her books with incredible passion and truth and In Plain Sight follows her "edgy" style. I think Michelle has written a character that does exactly what so many women do when they feel insecure- try to use their "feminine ass [...]

    8. Michelle Sutton is the bomb! The woman knows how to tell a great story! She never disappoints. I thoroughly enjoyed In Plain Sight. Loved it even more than the first one, Danger At The Door. In Plain Sight is my favorite novel out of all of Michelle’s. I loved the suspense! How she kept me hooked. Wanting to know what happens next. Her characters in this novel are great! You really feel the pain that Jovana and Randy have gone through in their pasts. You get to see the healing process that the [...]

    9. In Plain Sight picks up where Danger At The Door ended, yet it can completely stand alone. Jovana is Bojan's younger sister, who became a Christian at the end of Danger At The Door. She's moved to Arizona, where she is working at a diner, and is working on putting her past behind her. Yet the scars of her former life rear their ugly head and she doesn't see herself worthy of a "good" man's love or respect. Michelle once again does a fabulous job of showing the struggle between our old self and w [...]

    10. Another winner by Michelle Sutton. Actually a 4.5, but they don't allow for half-ratings. *G* This story so beautifully illustrates the redemptive power of Christ, including how He can redeem a shattered past and make a life brand new again. Anyone who has found themselves doing bad things to please another person because of past pain will be able to identify with Jovana's struggle. And Randy is such a sweetheart of a hero, with his patience even in the face of some very special temptations, and [...]

    11. Jovana's story after reading Danger at the Door could not have been a better addition! I loved every moment of watching her struggle, survive and conquer with the help of a man she didn't expect to love-once again, Michelle has shown how God's love can lead you through anything and make it better. I absolutely recommend this book!

    12. The next book to be read after Danger at the Door by Michelle Sutton. Another great read that keeps the reader turning the pages.

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