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Description: Struggling to cope with the losses of battle, Makilien seeks to live each day in trust of Elohim's plans. As the conflict of hope and reality war in her mind, a sudden arrival changes everything, bringing to light a new scheme wrought by the remnant of Zirtan's men.
Finding herself witness to a shocking act of treachery, Makilien is thrust into the very center of the dangerous plans. Trust is something she must give carefully as those who appear trustworthy fail even as those she would least expect could hold the key to success. Can she and those around her secure their safety and freedom or will they find themselves outwitted by their enemy's final act of dominance?
Finally! I was able to read this whole series and it was amazing. Trust picks up a year after Courage finishes. It is full of twists, turns, tears, and joy.
As always, Molly’s book is centered on God, which I so appreciate. There are a lot of books out there that are under the label of Christian, but only give lip service to him. I really love the feeling I have at the end of each of Molly’s books. It is the feeling that I have not only enjoyed a good book, but also drawn closer to God.
Makilien is still an awesome character, even though she has gone through a lot. Her pain in this book had me tearing up a couple of times. Her romance in this book is very sweet and never goes beyond a kiss on the forehead. All the characters, both old and new, were well written and a joy to revisit.
Someday, I plan to buy this whole set in paperback, because they are so awesome. Actually, I want to buy all of Molly’s books in paperback and put them on my favorites shelf.
I highly recommend this series to those who love non-magical fantasy, strong moral values, and well written stories.