Book Review on Dangerous Illusions, the Newest Release From Lighthouse Trails
There is something very comfortable and familiar about reading sequels. “Dangerous Illusions” is a novel that picks up where “Castles in the Sand” leaves off. Having read ‘Castles’ a few years ago, it took a while for me to become familiar with the characters and story line once again, but there are enough references to the past that soon it fits like a pair of comfortable shoes.
It is several years later and Tessa returns to her home town, from a missions trip, where she finds things not quite the way she had left them. Her adoptive parents are out of sorts, her church is struggling out of a slump, and there are strange and unexplained things happening to her, quite randomly, or so it would seem.
There are two themes running through the novel, one of which admits it to the genre of ‘Christian fiction’, and one which fits it quite nicely into the mystery/intrigue/suspense genre. As new characters are introduced and developed, you just know they are going to be connected somehow, but the reader must be patient.
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