His Guilt was a quick read that was difficult to put down. Most of the dialogue felt authentic, and the characters, while not complex, were sufficiently developed to come to life for the reader. I also appreciated the imperfections of the characters and their growth throughout the story. The plot carried suspense, tension, and a bit of wisdom. The mystery is light and easily solved early on, but the author manages to insert some doubt. Still, I was not the least bit surprised when the identity of the attacker was revealed. For those who enjoy stories that reflect Christian values while offering up some romance and suspense, His Guilt should be an enjoyable read. It also comes with a Happily Ever After.
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