Item description for Heart Shadows by Stephanie Parker Logue...
Heart Shadows is an adult mystery-suspense-romance novel much in the vein of Phyllis Whitney or Victoria Holt, but with the added dimension of a Christian message. God may indeed send the rain on the just and unjust: but in His infinite wisdom, all things really do work to the good of those who trust Him (Romans 8:28).
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9" Width: 6" Height: 0.48" Weight: 0.69 lbs.
Release Date Dec 1, 2000
Publisher Writers Club Press
ISBN 0595145914 ISBN13 9780595145911
Availability 59 units. Availability accurate as of May 23, 2017 11:08.
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More About Stephanie Parker Logue
Logue is a reporter for The Bandera Review in Bandera, Texas.
Stephanie Parker Logue currently resides in the state of Texas.
Reviews - What do customers think about Heart Shadows?
No Barren Eden Feb 21, 2001
Many of us imagine a desert as a forbidding, barren place. That's the first impression of Whitney Paige, the determined heroine in Stephanie Parker Logue's Christian suspense, Heart Shadows. Whitney leaves her established position in Georgia and travels to the Nevada desert to "save" her sister Morgan from growing religious fanaticism. But when she arrives in the tiny town of Battle Lake, Morgan is gone, and local hunk Travis McLauglin mistakes her for a prostitute. Whitney won't give up her desperate search for her sister, although she must put up with Bible-thumping roommates and attempts on her life. Slowly, Whitney realizes that this was a journey of faith all along, and that she alone cannot save Morgan from worldly dangers. Whitney's journey into belief and acceptance of forgotten faith is inspiring, and Parker Logue tells it with humor and with conviction. When the independent green shadows around Whitney's heart begin to melt, she realizes why sister Morgan's heart shadow was said to be "gold." Unforgettable characters and vivid description turn the barren Nevada landscape into a garden of hope and new chances. This is an excellent mystery for readers who want suspense and romance but not tawdriness and profanity.
Exciting Christian Mystery/Adventure/Romance Novel Feb 16, 2001
In "Heart Shadows," Stephanie Logue has blended an intriguing mix of mystery, suspense, romance and Christian beliefs into a drama that's hard to put down. God may indeed send the rain on the just and unjust: but in His infinite wisdom, all things really do work to the good of those who trust Him (Romans 8:28). Non-Christian Whitney Paige travels from Georgia to Nevada to rescue her sister, Morgan, from her dangerous religious fanaticism. She hates the arid desert land from the time she arrives, when a "short-cut" sends her down an unpaved road and she gets stuck in a sandy gully. She is rescued by good-looking Travis McLaughlin, who quotes Bible rhetoric, just like Morgan, and mistakes Whitney for a prostitute because of her skimpy summer clothing. When Whitney finally makes it to Morgan's house, she finds food left cooking on the stove, Morgan's car in the driveway - and Morgan has disappeared! As if Morgan's disappearance alone weren't enough to deal with, Whitney finds herself saddled with the Bible-thumping Grace as a roommate. And she finds herself caretaker for a neglected young girl when the child's mother is hit by a car - the same car that tried to run Morgan down one night! As Whitney meets the people of Battle Lake, it quickly becomes obvious that the sleepy little town hides deep secrets. Did Morgan disappear because of a "big story" she told Whitney she'd recently uncovered? Could her disappearance be related to a recent silver mine robbery? Or to a similar disappearance of a local college-age girl some years before? Whitney finds more questions than answers as she searches for Morgan, and danger seems to close in all around her. Whitney has to deal with her increasing attraction to Travis, who doesn't want to be involved with a non-Christian. And what in the world does it mean when Whitney is told that she has a "green" heart shadow, while Morgan's heart shadow is said to be "gold"? As she faces the danger encountered from her search for her sister, Whitney also struggles to find her own relationship with God. Will God's love transform Whitney and help save her and her sister? This book has elements to appeal to almost any reader, whether you enjoy a good, down-to-earth mystery or are searching for a wholesome, family-oriented story.