Julia Rose must go under cover to
investigate the Rayne of Love Traveling Ministry and Revival,
but Nicodemus makes her forget it’s all an act.
Federal Agent Julia Rose has investigated
bizarre murder cases before, but her most recent assignment
takes her deep undercover into the last place she expected—the
Rayne of Love Traveling Ministry and Revival Show featuring
Nicodemus, a man who talks to the dead. Nicodemus’s response
to Julia is swift and overwhelming. As she continues to hunt
for the murderer, she realizes she is compromising her career,
future and heart, the more time she spends with Nicodemus.
But, more than a murder investigation stands between them.
Her past haunts her, her emotions frighten her, and the one
man she longs to trust is the one man she never should.
Rayne of Love is an
interesting story. It kept my attention even though it has a
tendency to run on a bit in certain sections. The characters
are likeable and well written. There is a subplot that the
book does not need and the characters do not mesh as well as
they could in the beginning – yet this makes the story more
believable to me. The suspense is kept at the same level
throughout the book – which I like. Even though it will not
be one of my favorites I do know it is a story I will read