BORDERS of the HEART by Chris Fabry is a book that I chose because I had read one of his books previously. I had mixed thoughts when I ordered it as the story revolves around a man in Arizona who hides an illegal. However, not matter you thoughts on the subject it is a good narrative and you will find yourself cheering for them and hoping they succeed.
The saga is of a young man, J.D., running from himself and God, working on a farm outside Tucson who just happens upon Maria about dead. Going against the orders of his boss he assists her then winds up on the run from a Mexican drug lord, a gang, the border patrol and the police.
The question is can he believe her story? Is she who she says she is, is she telling him everything? But then J.D. is hiding things about himself also. After several innocent people are killed the truth begins to emerge then he has to decide what he will do with the information. Will he turn her in or continue to assist her?
Borders of the Heart is a gripping tale that is a suspenseful love story that will keep you reading until the end.
I received this book free for a fair honest review from Tyndale.