Where You Lead

Where You Lead

by Leslea Wahl

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Sixteen-year-old Eve Donahue's lonely existence changes in an instant when visions of a mysterious stranger haunt her. Certain God is calling her for a mission, she bravely says yes and begins her quest to meet this young man. 

Thousands of miles away, Nick Hammond has been dealing with his own unusual experience, an unwavering certainty to convince his father to run for political office.

When these two unlikely teens finally meet, their belief that God has called them to work together sets them on a journey of faith to untangle a web of deception involving international trade agreements, lost confederate gold, and a blossoming romance. As they follow century old clues, they realize God can call us all in big and small ways. We just need to listen and say "Yes Lord, I will go where You lead."

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BN ID: 2940161767269
Publisher: Vinspire Publishing
Publication date: 09/15/2018
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 638 KB

About the Author

Leslea Wahl lives in beautiful Colorado with her family. Through her fun, adventurous YA mysteries, she hopes to encourage teens to grow in their faith.

She is also the author of The Perfect Blindside and An Unexpected Role. For more information on her award winning Young Adult mysteries please visit her website: www.LesleaWahl.com

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Where You Lead 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
ReadersFavorite More than 1 year ago
Reviewed by Jack Magnus for Readers' Favorite Where You Lead is an adventure mystery novel for young adults written by Leslea Wahl. Eve was a somewhat typical high school sophomore who suddenly found herself confronted by something so strange that it made her wonder if she had something physically wrong with her or had been hallucinating. She had dreamed about a boy named Nick, but it was so much more than a dream. She knew him nearly as well as she knew herself. The school nurse was spectacularly unhelpful as was the school’s guidance counselor. Then Eve thought to speak with Father Romero about it. He was getting on in years, and they didn’t seem to have much in common, but going to confession with him had always been a positive, supportive thing. He had never been judgmental, and Eve figured he’d be the same way now. Leslea Wahl’s adventure mystery novel for young adults, Where You Lead, is an exciting and fast-paced story about a professor’s daughter from Albuquerque, New Mexico, and a Senator’s son from Washington, DC, who meet through her vision and find themselves on the hunt for Confederate gold. Watching as they tour the grand sites of the nation’s capital and hunt for clues is great fun. Wahl’s characters are well defined and credible, and her plot is intricately woven and very clever. While Eve and Nick are Catholics and God is a focal point of the story, this mystery/adventure/coming of age novel can be enjoyed by anyone regardless of their religious affiliation or lack thereof. Where You Lead by Leslea Wahl is most highly recommended.
jadijohnson More than 1 year ago
"Where You Lead" by Leslea Wahl This book was like "National Treasure," only with teen leading characters. I couldn't put it down! When Eve has a vision of a young man named Nick, she's determined to find him. The problem is, she has no idea where he is. Once she discovers his location, she has another problem: he lives clear across the country! But when God is on your side, He can work miracles. Soon, Eve and her parents are moving to the same city where Nick lives ... which brings a new problem: how is Eve going to find one person in this huge city? And what are they supposed to do once they finally meet? I found this novel to be entertaining and enjoyable. Problem after problem is thrown into Eve's path, but she keeps pushing toward the goal. Romans 8:31 definitely came to mind as I was reading. And, boy, did Eve need God's help! Both Eve and Nick are likable characters, which is so important. I can't root for someone I don't want to spend time with. Because I liked them, I was worried whenever danger touched them. That's what happens when you knock over stones to uncover a mystery. There is always someone who wants to stop you. The fact that Eve and Nick were amateurs in the treasure-hunting business only added to my concern for their well-being. This book will give you fresh understanding of trusting God in all things.