Tyranny. Betrayal. Risk.
Tony Dorence works security for a little country church mostly untouched by America’s downward spiral. Untouched, that is, until a car smashes through First Baptist’s front doors and the driver threatens the congregation. Though Tony thwarts the driver’s intentions, this seemingly random event sets off a chain reaction that endangers his sister, Merri, and everyone involved with First Baptist.
Merri Dorence, though not a believer, supports much of what First Baptist stands for. As Tony’s world is shaken, she too is dragged into the turmoil.
As everything falls apart around them, will Tony and Merri crumble beneath the pressure or flee to the only One Who can provide them refuge?
I am so excited to get to read this book again! I’m not a huge dystopian person (I might be turning into one, though), but let me assure you this book isn’t all about the entire world imploding or anything. Just the characters’ individual worlds imploding, but that happens in all books. 🙂 However … I feel as if dystopian books can be a gentle wake-up call – as least they are for me! The stuff the happens in them isn’t so far from our world today, but it’s what could happen tomorrow.
So check out Fled for Refuge – you won’t be disappointed. You’ve got amazing characters, a heart-pounding plot, and glorious truth. And for now, I’ll try to bide my time and wait for my print copy! 🙂