Item description for Life Everlasting (Alexi Lindale V2) by Robert Whitlow...
Overview Whitlow confidently weaves romance and mystery into this signature and suspenseful legal thriller. Book two in the Santee Series picks up with Baxter Richardson's recovery from a near-fatal fall from a cliff.
With her client's husband somewhere between this world and the next, attorney Alexia Lindale makes an everlasting choice.
The youngest son of a family consumed by greed, Baxter Richardson lingers on this earth in a coma. His wife wants him dead to protect her secrets. His brother wants him dead to gain control of the family empire. And though Baxter's father fights to keep him alive, even he has ulterior motives.
But Baster has a surprising ally. A classically trained painist, Ted Morgan believes music can be used as prayer. And Ted's divinely-inspired playing has been slowly pulling Baxter back from the brink of death.
Attorney Alexia Lindale represents Baxter's wife, Rena, but has no idea that she and her client are being played in a game that has higher stakes than a single legal case.
As Baxter grows stronger, the more endangered he becomes. As Alexia navigates her responsibilities to her client, her relationship with the gifted musician, and her new relationship with God, she must discern the truth as it pertains to life, death, and life everlasting.
Citations And Professional Reviews Life Everlasting (Alexi Lindale V2) by Robert Whitlow has been reviewed by professional book reviewers and journalists at the following establishments -
Library Journal - 11/01/2004 page 70
Romantic Times - 12/01/2004 page 131
Publishers Weekly - 08/23/2004
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Studio: Thomas Nelson
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.52" Width: 5.55" Height: 1.01" Weight: 0.94 lbs.
Release Date Oct 16, 2004
Publisher Thomas Nelson
Series Number 2
ISBN 0849943752 ISBN13 9780849943751 UPC 020049130179
Availability 0 units.
More About Robert Whitlow
Whitlow is a Merit Scholar graduate of Furman University and the University of Georgia School of Law. He has been in private legal practice since 1976.
Robert Whitlow currently resides in the state of North Carolina. Robert Whitlow was born in 1954.
Reviews - What do customers think about Life Everlasting (Alexi Lindale V2)?
"Life Everlasting" was wonderful! Jan 9, 2007
I love all of Robert Witlow's books and this one was excellent!
Life Everlasting Review Aug 9, 2005
Robert Whitlow's second in this series of two books, Life Support and Life Everlasting,grabbed this reader's attention in such a way that I completed the book in one day. The story was captivating and the spiritual message throughout the book was inspiring. I will be looking for more books like this one.
Catching up on sleep Jul 29, 2005
This book was truly awesome. In the first book Life Support, I enjoyed the story and the characters. This book was so riveting I could not put it down. I stayed up late every night because I never found a spot slow enough to put it down. Now I'm catching up on my sleep. The characters and story have stayed with me and I look forward to finding more gems from Robert Whitlow.
Secrets and Layers Apr 28, 2005
Whitlow is a master at peeling back the secrets and layers of Southern settings and characters. After one of his best books, "Life Support," I was thrilled to see a sequel. To be honest, though, I wasn't sure what material he had to work with. Others may disagree, but I loved the open-ended conclusion of "Life Support."
Once again, we are pulled into the psychotic world of Rena, a woman living with guilts and secrets. She begins seeing mysterious visions, and unwinds before our eyes. Whitlow portrays her with perfection. Along the way, Alex, her lawyer, begins to look for ways to disengage herself from this nightmarish client, while also looking for ways to build a deeper relationship with Ted Morgan, a Christian music minister. Their relationship goes through ups and downs, but they are drawn closer as the troubles of Rena's past loom larger.
The ending provides some satisfying emotional moments, even if a few of the mystery aspects are wrapped up a bit quickly. Although the book didn't hold the same sway over me as the first in the Santee Series, it's definitely a must for Whitlow fans.
Better than Life Support Feb 28, 2005
You can tell that the author is getting more comfortable in his writing style with Life Everlasting. Where Life Support was a very good but often not fluid work, the story of Life Everlasting wound its' way around intricate characters and a complex setting.
One would probably need to have read Life Support to appreciate the plot and some of the references in Life Everlasting, but it could be enjoyed on its' own.
Life Everlasting is a great book, and I am looking forward to more from Whitlow.