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Bunn mixes romance and light suspense in a proficient but somewhat lackluster read. Protagonist Adam Wright is a formerly self-absorbed actor turned crack investment analyst who is bitter about his father's abandonment. When he's hired by investment house Oxford Ventures, he falls hard for the boss's daughter, Kayla Austin. She has her own woes: her fiancé has embezzled the money from the African relief project she was spearheading, leaving her brokenhearted and her venture virtually bankrupt. Together, Kayla and Adam seek to heal past wounds and discover who's sabotaging Kayla's father's company. Bunn (Heirs of Acadia series; The Lazarus Trap) successfully uses the rich backdrop of Oxford, England, as his setting, but the suspense never moves past a gentle simmer. The pacing slows in places; the romance between Kayla and Adam lacks much tension; and occasionally, Bunn resorts to stale prose such as "The air was spiced with Kayla's fragrance, and the heady scent of a better tomorrow." One bright spot is the story's sensitive handling of faith: Much of the plot hinges on what various characters intuit about God's leading, but in Bunn's capable hands, this is less forced than one might think. Bunn is a proficient writer, and despite its flaws, his fans should find this a mostly smooth read with a redemptive conclusion.
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Davis Bunn is an internationally-acclaimed author who has sold more than four million books in fifteen languages. He has been honored with three Christy Awards and is a sought-after lecturer in the art of writing. Visit his website at davisbunn.com. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.


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A masterful story & author! April 7 2008
By Deb Haggerty - Published on Amazon.com
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Just finished reading Full Circle - I had tears streaming down my cheeks at the wonderful ending. God is so good! And Davis Bunn is the kind of writer who draws you in so beautifully that you're in a "can't put it down until you finish" mode before you know it. The characters are real and drawn perfectly. I'd love to have a tutorial with Professor Beachly and sit down for tea with Honor and Kayla. Adam and Peter would be great friends with my husband. This is a must read - and Bunn left it open for a sequel - how masterful!
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
A Story of Hope and Forgiveness April 2 2008
By Anne Garrett - Published on Amazon.com
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American Adam Wright travels to Oxford, England at the request of his dying mother and a man he's met once. Adam needs a job; the company for which he hopes to work needs a miracle.

Kayla Austin returns from Africa, humiliated, with a shattered heart and a shattered dream.

This is by no means Bunn's most original or suspenseful novel; but he does a great job with the formula, demonstrating once again his enviable ablility to write different styles. His characters are well-rounded and sympathetic, and his mystery intriguing and credible. Peter, Honor, and others bring meaningful faith to the narrative without preaching. Davis Bunn has lived all over the world, but set this story in his own town of Oxford, making it very natural and rather special.

It's a good, fairly quick read with just enough suspense to keep the pages turning. I never doubted the happy ending, but most definitely enjoyed the trip. Keep up the good work, Mr. Bunn!
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Great read!! Nov. 10 2012
By Patty - Published on Amazon.com
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This book is unique and enormously engrossing. The plot is unusual and that makes it more engaging than other David Bunn books... although his books never disappoint! It is fast-paced but the pacing is varied which also makes it interesting! One of my personal favorites!
Remarkable June 21 2015
By Steven Neff - Published on Amazon.com
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Being an avid reader I found this book remarkably satisfying. In an age where authors write like grade school children this author uses colorful and descriptive language that allows the reader to see the scene rather than just read the narrative. The story is heartwarming with just enough cloak and dagger to be interesting. Obviously having a Christian slant the author is subtle in those references rather than brow beating the reader with old and worn out Christian-ese references
Worth the read! March 27 2014
By Darlene Reighard - Published on Amazon.com
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Very well-written storyline. First time reading this author. Will definitely read more books written by Davis Bunn. I enjoyed it!


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