He had a lot to offer, but his terms were high. What would you do if you received the offer of a lifetime - marriage to a billionaire - with one catch: you had to make up your mind without ever seeing him?
When lowly bank teller Adair Weiss receives such an offer from reclusive philanthropist Fletcher Streiker, she is dumbfounded and disbelieving: Why me? What does he know about me? What does he want? Rejecting his offer would mean the end of her dream of dancing. But accepting it would change her life in ways she never guessed…
The Streiker Saga begins with Streiker's Bride, continues in Streiker: The Killdeer, and concludes in Streiker's Morning Sun. Fletcher Streiker makes his next appearance in His Strange Ways, the sequel to Padre.
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An old favorite now on audio book
Generally I don't care for author read audio books, but I truly enjoyed Robin's reading of her work. Not only did the soft Texas accent put me in mind of how she envisioned her characters speaking, but she was pleasant to listen to.
Robin's books are usually fairly quick reads, but I appreciated the fact that listening to this audio book slowed me down. I noticed things and made scriptural connections that I never had before, even after reading Streiker's Bride many, many times over the years.
Well, I have loved it if she had acted out the voices, like some actors/readers do! But I thought she did a nice reading.
This book has been a favorite of mine for years and it was delightful to get to experience it in a new and different way.
- Sandy Huntress
A very hard book to put down
Yes! This is an excellent romance allegory of Christ's love for us.
Much like "The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe, which was targeted to kids and young adults. This book provides a more adult perspective on how Jesus romances us to Himself and protects us throughout our lives even when we don't sense His presence.
Can you trust him, even when you've never seen him?
This book begs to be a movie. It is well written, but a movie based on this book, could potentially be a blockbuster!
- John David Meyer