I’m back on the blog today trying to continue my streak of book reviews. 🙂 Today I’ll be sharing about Connilyn Cossette’s latest book, Like Flames in the Night.
Like Flames in the Night is the fourth book in the Cities of Refuge series by Connilyn Cossette, published by Bethany House. It ties in all the way to Cossette’s first book; even though her writings have been in different series, reading them in the order they were published creates one grand timeline and several interconnected stories.
Barren, widowed, and yet strong, Tirzah wants her independence from societal norms. She doesn’t want to just re-marry and live her life in the Hebrew camps; she feels a deeper sense of purpose for her life, and tries to convince her military brothers to let her assist them as a spy in enemy territory. Set during the time of the Israelites conquering the Promised Land, the backdrop is set for an exciting biblical fiction adventure.
I’ve loved Cossette’s novels since her first one! This one did not disappoint. I loved the action/adventure aspect of it, I loved the characters, and I loved the unique plot. While I’d recommend starting from book one, this works well as a stand-alone.
Thank you to Bethany House and Net Galley for providing me with an electronic copy of this book to read and review. All opinions are my own and weren’t required to be positive.
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