Home is not easy to find. Marcus, Lee, Austin, and Violet are starting over. Texas is supposed to be their sanctuary. But the Constabulary isn’t ready to relinquish their worst offenders, legal jurisdiction or not. They’ve sent agents in undercover, and Marcus is the assigned target of one who has personal reasons to bring him back dead or alive. Marcus and Lee are ready to be whole again, to secure a home here—together. But wholeness and home might not mean what they thought. Stopping the Constabulary hunters will require more than Marcus knows how to give, and God is about to use him again in a way he doesn’t expect. Enemies, emotions, the past, the future—everything must be faced in the quest for a true haven.
About the Author
As a child, Amanda disparaged Mary Poppins and Stuart Little because they could never happen. Now, she writes speculative fiction. Holding a Bachelor of Science degree in English, she has taught literature and composition to home-school students. She lives in Michigan and loves books, film, music, and white cheddar popcorn.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Far and Near: A Novel based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
I loved this series! I could not wait to get to the next page. There was no lag in the story from one book to the next. My heart ached for Marcus and Lee. I was beyond excited when they finally were able to see themselves together forever. I hope there will be more to read about them and their faith journey.
Far and Near is the fourth installment of the Haven Seekers series. I think I have enjoyed this book the most of the four. Definitely worth the read. 4 stars