Here is an excerpt from a review by Jim Bowers of Arms of Deliverance.
I just love when someone get’s what I’m trying to accomplish with my novels–Thank you Jim.
Arms of Deliverance is touted as “A Story of Promise” and, in this, Tricia Goyer does not disappoint. The diverse obstacles each of the three women face and the tough choices they make in moments of great adversity contribute to their increased faith in God and a resulting bond of trust in each other. Although some may be tempted to categorize her work as historical romance, it goes beyond such mundane attempts to pigeonhole it. Goyer’s book is a war story, a tale of faith in God, and a romance. Even so, her book is not written for the hardened student of military history, nor is it strictly for the Christian fiction crowd, nor those who devour romance novels by the dozen. In Arms of Deliverance, the author has created a sweeping meld of genres, and has provided a story that will be satisfying to a wide range of readers. It is an unexpectedly heartwarming story of promise—Tricia Goyer offers us the promise that there is hope for humanity through kindness, love, sacrifice, and individual acts of faith.
Read the rest: http://www.freewebs.com/jkbowers/armsofdeliverance.htm
Stop by Jim’s website: From Cornfields to the Cosmos. He’s got several other great reviews.