Sandra D. Grice
Back of the book:
A woman running from the memory of her past love; a man searching for his future.
Dale Grayson is a successful attorney and devout believer, but her past has her living in fear. Johnny Clark struggles with the discontentment of immense fame, seeking true fulfillment in his life.
Can Dale ever find the courage to love again?
Will Johnny overcome the temptations of his notoriety to discover, not only the joy of salvation, but the love of his life?
For Dale and Johnny, it all begins with childlike belief in their heavenly Father. Gripping suspense, spell-binding romance, and grace-filled relief all make Tiger Moths an uplifting page turner to the end.
A former federal investigator and prosecuting attorney in the Air Force, Sandra is currently an officer in the Tennessee Air National Guard. She serves as the coordinator of Veterans Services and instructor of legal studies at a community college.
Tiger Moths begins with the first meeting of Dale and Johnny. They are children and the meeting is completely by chance and a relatively forgettable moment for both of them. The story continues to move through high points in their separate lives. An interesting twist is that they will meet again later, a very providential meeting.
Dale becomes involved with Jason and goes through some very serious heartbreak. During this timeframe in the story we also meet a pivotal character named Laura. She and Dale become roommates and go through some tough times together. Meanwhile Johnny is getting a taste of fame and all the heartache that comes with it.
One of the best things about this relatively short novel is Dale’s consistent faith. God doesn’t spare her from going through some very rough things, but through all of it Dale clings to her Creator and trusts that He will bring her through.
The suspense element is good, but fair warning should be given that some touchy subjects are talked about in this work. Sandra is a relatively new author and I’m looking forward to seeing how her talents and abilities improve as she hones her craft.
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