Nicole Benson

Nicole Benson

by Brooke Chatham


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Nicole Benson is on the run from the FBI and CIA for crimes she claims she didn't commit. With a regretful and traumatized past, she struggles with her own identity while constantly running from the Russian terrorists whom she believes have set her up in a massive terrorism plan. When Nicole meets Micah Kelly, the man who seems to have everything together in his life, she starts to wonder if there really is a God. Micah's kindness to Nicole makes her realize there is more to life than chance, but she's running out of time. Along with Micah, Nicole must prove her innocence to the authorities before the Russian terrorists finalize their plans to ruin her life . . . once and for all.
Nicole Benson is an incredible story of faith, endurance, and courage as Nicole fights for justice and truth.

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ISBN-13: 9781490959566
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 08/16/2013
Pages: 140
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.30(d)

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Nicole Benson 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
My, this book is very suspenseful and filled with action!  It grabbed me right from the beginning and never let go.  I was constantly on the edge of my seat and questions thrummed through my mind.  What had she done?  Why was she running?  Who was she, really?  Should I truly be cheering for her?  All the questions propelled the plot forward.  There was honestly never a boring moment in this book, and I finished it within a matter of hours.  I felt like Nicole was a well-developed character, and I loved how her brief flashbacks played a  vital role later on in the plot and connected everything. However, the other characters seemed rather flat.  I often found myself annoyed with Micah, who came across as impatient and easily angered when situations startled him.  Not only that, but he often chose inopportune moments to demand Nicole’s background knowledge.  Also, there were several scenes that didn’t quite make sense to me.  I didn’t really understand in the end how (or why) the main villain was able to blame Nicole and set her up as such a terrorist to such a large degree.  I would have liked to know more about his motives and actions that led to Nicole being in the state she was. Even with some of the Christianity discussions and thoughts feeling out-of-place (the driver of a vehicle is speeding like a mad man and running red lights, yet she’s more occupied with trying to figure out why God lets bad things happen to good people…doesn’t exactly seem realistic), I enjoyed how she was obviously interested in trying to believe in God.  I also liked that there wasn’t a big salvation scene, which felt very realistic in correlation to Nicole’s past and current situation.  I feel like it would have been cliché if there had been such a scene, so hat’s off to the author for not including it.  Overall, I enjoyed the book, and I look forward to more Brooke Chatham novels.