Official Review: No Pit So Deep

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Post by Quinto »

I like that both Cody and Brandi are realistic with flawed characters. Despite their past, they try a lot to find common ground in terms of romance. I like the other themes explored such as faith and forgiveness. Thanks for the review.

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Post by DorcasToo »

Looks like an emotional and sweet book. Forgiveness is a virtue that everyone should be having as we are required to be kind. Thanks for your epic review.
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Post by Catherine Amarachi »

Nice review. You've got some charming words really. Your review made me fall in love with this book already. I'm a big fan of action packed thrillers blended with humor and romance. Seems like a perfect read for me. I look forward to having this on my bookshelf.

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Post by Mangata »

I enjoyed reading your review. As this is book one from Cody Musket Series, I will be happy to begin a thriller-romance journey along with these original characters. Thank you for your recommendation.

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Post by Sarah Tariq »

A sweet romance with a nice blend of humor, suspence, family relationships and forgiveness. Great review.
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Post by mam_reader »

"No Pit So Deep" is a thriller by James Nathaniel Miller with elements of romance and religion. Congratulations on BOTD!!

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Post by Jbcitygirl »

Thank you for sharing your review with us. I completely agree with you that the story is magnificently immersive. I felt the love between Brandi and Cody and I felt the urgency when Cody was trying to save Morris while trying to not get himself shot. I look forward to to adding this book to my reading list.

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Post by dragonet07 »

While the story sounds interesting, it's not exactly what I'm looking for right now. Still, the premise sounds more unique than most thrillers, and the PTSD factor could add surprising twists and be an eye opener for the condition. Thank you for the helpful review.
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Post by Kyoks »

"The love in this story is sweet and innocent carrying with it a strong message about faith and forgiveness." It is really interesting and wonderful to know that forgiveness hold a strong path to humanity.
Thank you for the incredible review though.
I loved it.

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Post by Ekta Kumari »

This is a book I would like to read. Both the characters and plotline seem well crafted and developed. A fast-paced thriller with a sweet romance between two mature characters will certainly appeal to the intended audience. Thank you for the review.
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Post by Jachike Samuelson »

Christian romantic novels always have a way of depicting romance and love the way it was meant to be. No erotic scenes, no obsessive lover. Just two people loving each other unconditionally beyond their glaring flaws and challenges. I'll definitely love to read this one. Great review!

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Post by Fazzier »

This books seems interesting. An action-packed, fast-paced thriller that incorporates romance and humor is a book I would typically enjoy reading. Congrats on the #BOTD!

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Post by jaliper »

I would love to read this book despite its errors and shortcomings, the review is great. A touch of romance and action is enough for me plus the fact that it touches on some critical issues

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Post by Moddesser Elahi »

A fast-paced thriller with interesting characters should attract readers who are into such genres. Thank you for the review!

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