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  • Paperback: 320 pages
  • Publisher: Waterbrook Press (March 28 2003)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1590520815
  • ISBN-13: 978-1590520819
  • Product Dimensions: 2.3 x 13.3 x 20.3 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 272 g
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #1,502,601 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)


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I'm not usually a series reader, but The Baxter Series has really captured my attention. I've enjoyed them all, and this was no different. When Angie Marks, complete with tatoos, unconventional hair style, and multiple body piercings arrives in traditional Baxter, she causes quite a stir. Fortunately there is ONE person who sees the person beneath all the tough exterior. Patrick Bailey, who we met in the previous book in the series, gives her a job and takes her in.
This book is action-packed and difficult to put down. This book features rattlesnakes, a murder investigation, a rocky newlywed relationship, and so much more. And the underlying current that God loves us for who we are on the INSIDE. I recommend all the books in this series ("Tested by Fire" is the first one), and am eagerly looking forward to Book 5 in the series, which I understand is the last one!
You might want to check out my other reviews!!
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By Janet Bly on Sept. 2 2003
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After reading HIGH STAKES, I found myself silently praying for every pierced and tattooed teen I passed in the Mall--that they would find unconditional love and belonging through a caring adult, like Angie Marks discovered in the old man, Patrick Bailey.
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By Harriet Klausner on April 13 2003
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Baxter is a very small town where everybody knows everyone else, a place where a stranger sticks out immediately. When eighteen-year-old, Angie Marks arrives in town, people start whispering about the stud in her nose, the very visible tattoos and the black nail polish. Many people think she is dangerous but the town millionaire Patrick Bailey see beyond appearances and hire her to be his housekeeper. He ignores the warnings of his daughter and his grandson's new wife, even when she disappears and is suspected to be with murder suspect Tully Hollister.
He believes that there is a rational reason why Angie is gone and his faith in her remains steadfast. When Tully and Angie are finally found, the town learns Tully kidnapped Angie but didn't harm her. He thought she had information that would exonerate him on the murder charge. Patrick takes her back and learns the real reason she came to Baxter and then proceeds to do everything in his power to see that she gets what she needs.
Patrick is a very wise and astute character who sees beyond surface appearances. Angie is a young woman who desperately needs someone to love her for herself and Patrick does just that because he sees the goodness and gentleness within her. He goes out of his way to show his acceptance of her and she in turn shows her devotion to him by being the best worker he ever employed. Kathy Herman has written an inspiring tale that isn't preachy yet gets her message across.
Harriet Klausner
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
inspiring tale April 13 2003
By Harriet Klausner - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
Baxter is a very small town where everybody knows everyone else, a place where a stranger sticks out immediately. When eighteen-year-old, Angie Marks arrives in town, people start whispering about the stud in her nose, the very visible tattoos and the black nail polish. Many people think she is dangerous but the town millionaire Patrick Bailey see beyond appearances and hire her to be his housekeeper. He ignores the warnings of his daughter and his grandson's new wife, even when she disappears and is suspected to be with murder suspect Tully Hollister.
He believes that there is a rational reason why Angie is gone and his faith in her remains steadfast. When Tully and Angie are finally found, the town learns Tully kidnapped Angie but didn't harm her. He thought she had information that would exonerate him on the murder charge. Patrick takes her back and learns the real reason she came to Baxter and then proceeds to do everything in his power to see that she gets what she needs.
Patrick is a very wise and astute character who sees beyond surface appearances. Angie is a young woman who desperately needs someone to love her for herself and Patrick does just that because he sees the goodness and gentleness within her. He goes out of his way to show his acceptance of her and she in turn shows her devotion to him by being the best worker he ever employed. Kathy Herman has written an inspiring tale that isn't preachy yet gets her message across.
Harriet Klausner
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
CHANGE IN READER Sept. 1 2003
By Janet Bly - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
After reading HIGH STAKES, I found myself silently praying for every pierced and tattooed teen I passed in the Mall--that they would find unconditional love and belonging through a caring adult, like Angie Marks discovered in the old man, Patrick Bailey.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Another great book in The Baxter Series! Nov. 10 2003
By Soozie4Him - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
I'm not usually a series reader, but The Baxter Series has really captured my attention. I've enjoyed them all, and this was no different. When Angie Marks, complete with tatoos, unconventional hair style, and multiple body piercings arrives in traditional Baxter, she causes quite a stir. Fortunately there is ONE person who sees the person beneath all the tough exterior. Patrick Bailey, who we met in the previous book in the series, gives her a job and takes her in.
This book is action-packed and difficult to put down. This book features rattlesnakes, a murder investigation, a rocky newlywed relationship, and so much more. And the underlying current that God loves us for who we are on the INSIDE. I recommend all the books in this series ("Tested by Fire" is the first one), and am eagerly looking forward to Book 5 in the series, which I understand is the last one!
You might want to check out my other reviews!!
EXCELLENT USE OF SEEING THE SOUL FIRST March 27 2014
By Nor1018 - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
I loved the characters in this book and how she developed this story. The fact that one old man could see through to the soul of another person when everyone looked at outward appearances was excellent. As usual the spiritual content in this book was Kathy's strong suit. She motivates me in every book. I was thrilled with the way this book ended with a new member to the family. Excellent writing! I finished this series and I truly miss the people in Baxter!
loved this book Jan. 30 2014
By Robert W. Fry - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
Well written! Kathy does a wonderful job of allowing the characters tell the story. It is clearly about their lives, the trials, fears, joy, tears and most clearly about their relationship with Jesus Christ. His drawing of them to himself and their joy of finding Him. Trust Him. You will never be the same.

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