Made Perfect in Weakness (Sonnets of the Spice Isle, #3)

Made Perfect in Weakness (Sonnets of the Spice Isle, #3)

by Lynnette Bonner

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BN ID: 2940153220994
Publisher: Serene Lake Publishing
Publication date: 05/10/2016
Series: Sonnets of the Spice Isle , #3
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 186,167
File size: 741 KB

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Made Perfect in Weakness (Sonnets of the Spice Isle, #3) 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
June0 More than 1 year ago
Episode 3 was amazing. In this episode we get to do a little traveling by foot with RyAnne and her father who wants to walk, no be carried, only to realize the dangers all around. We see the destruction brought to some villages. Heartache. We have some humor and romance in a tree. "He'd been fooling himself into thinking otherwise, but now it was quite clear. The little lioness had firmly sunk her teeth into his heart." Looking forward to episode 4.
StellaPotts77 More than 1 year ago
Made Perfect in Weakness is the third installment in the Sonnets of the Spice Isle Series. The story continues as they move further into the African Jungle and Trent moves further toward catching the slave traders. RyAnne settles it in her mind that her father cannot be convinced to go back home, so she decides to help him in his mission. It is so nice to watch as she matures and ministers to the natives along with her father. The developing relationship between Trent and RyAnne is just the right touch of romance in this story. This is a continuing series that you are sure to enjoy and I recommend getting the entire set of books. This book was given to me by the Author in exchange for my honest review which I have given. All views stated above are my own.
BethanyMarks More than 1 year ago
The relationship between Trent and RyAnne grows more tender as her genius for trouble continues along the "jaunt into the heart of the continent." The slave raiders ahead of them up river continue to reek havoc. RyAnne's father's health is deteriorating, but he is undeterred in his goal to reach Lake Nyassa. Lynnette Bonner's portrayal of African villages make the reader feel like they are on the trek into the interior through the tall grasses, that they smell the smoke from the fires, look around as "the mosquitoes come out in droves" and listen to the waves whispering the beach. Captain Trent continues to be antsy wanting to trail the raiders straight to their leader, his secret commission. But, first he must settle the party into the coastal village. Along the way nibbling at RyAnne's secret which she alluded to during their tryst under the mango tree.