Official Review: No Pit So Deep

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Post by Shielasshi_93 » 11 Jul 2019, 19:51

I like romance novels, however, despite being a Christian, I am not fond of any other genre mixed with Christian teachings.

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Post by Sussu » 11 Jul 2019, 19:57

It is extremely hard to write a story that is relatable and talks about the military and Christianity. I am intrigued by the review. If not for the review, I would have passed on it. The complications are interesting. Here is a soldier who witnesses someone being kidnapped. The kidnap itself foreshadows a lot of entanglements. I wonder what makes that woman so interesting and is there going to be some blackmailing involved? That's where the dark past comes in. Well, I'll at least try the first chapter.

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Post by Tomah » 11 Jul 2019, 19:59

Thanks for the review! This novel sounds like a meaty treat, featuring an action-packed thriller, strong themes, and some romance for desert. You didn't write much about the Christian content in the book, so I'm assuming it's not a huge deal, which is good since this sort of thing doesn't interest me.

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Post by Liza K N » 11 Jul 2019, 20:06

That was a good review, very well stated. I enjoyed the first few chapters and intend to finish it!

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Post by hsimone » 11 Jul 2019, 20:09

It's good to know that the romance between ex-Marine Cody and journalist Brandi is sweet and innocent. The theme of forgiveness sounds like a good one to explore. I'm glad you found message of forgiveness and faith was done well and that the characters were developed well. Having good descriptions is definitely a good one for any book, and it's great that was the case here. Good to hear this was professionally edited and that you found this to be fast-paced. Glad you enjoyed this book and thank you for sharing!
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Post by Chrystal Oaks » 11 Jul 2019, 20:10

A Christian fiction focused on thriller with a bit of romance is appealing. Overcoming deep scars of the past can be difficult to accomplish and look forward to reading this book. Thanks for your awesome review!
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Post by amandathebibliophile » 11 Jul 2019, 20:14

A thriller with a Christian message just isn’t what I’m currently in the market for, but there’s something for everyone ❤️ Thanks for the honest review!

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Post by -Bookworming- » 11 Jul 2019, 20:22

Interesting book. Romance genre with thriller and humor and with a message. Just a perfect match. Congtatulation on BOTD!

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Post by Dolor » 11 Jul 2019, 20:25

No Pit So Deep by James Nathaniel Miller II is a #Military #Thriller blended with #Action, #Suspense, and #Romance. It follows the #Adventures and #LoveStory of Cody Musket (a former Marine turned professional baseball player who suffers from PTSD) and Brandi Barnes (a gutsy investigative journalist and single mom who has exposed a child-trafficking ring). The story is thrilling, tragic, heartwarming, funny, and inspirational.

Thanks much for the delightful review.

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Post by Scerakor » 11 Jul 2019, 20:36

There seems to be multiple layers with this book; relatable characters, a thriller plot, and a great message.

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Post by FariDa Arif » 11 Jul 2019, 21:03

Trisha's review reveals that the story starts when Cody saves Brandi and puts his own life at risk.Life threatening experiences,humour ,action and thrill are the main ingredients of this book.Sophisticated love and descent romance, gives more value to this book.After reading this compelling review l am sure to grab the book for fun and entertainment.Thanks for the lovely review!.

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Post by Shilpa Paul » 11 Jul 2019, 21:06

Thanks for the review. The plot is very interesting and tempting. I love reading romantic thrillers so will definitely add this to my to be read list.

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Post by Crussell1114 » 11 Jul 2019, 21:44

I can really feel the intense drama written into this book . I liked your review and I can tell it was well thought out with great descriptive quality. I come from a family with a long line of military service and women of higher education. I think Cody and Brandi could be cut right out of our family history !!! I love a good intense romance with drama and uncertainty!! Based on your review I truly found myself wanting more !!! Thanks for a great review with a wonderfully descriptive style / delivery !!!!

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Post by Calvin300010 » 11 Jul 2019, 22:05

There is no doubt this book has all all I need, I will tell my friends about this, they would love it. Brandi and cody and a match for each other. It's a great review.

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Post by navyapindi » 11 Jul 2019, 22:09

"No Pit So Deep" is a fast-paced thriller with a romantic touch. The plot seems interesting. The characters of Cody Musket & Brandi Barnes seem well-developed. The sweet & innocent love story along with a strong message about faith & forgiveness makes it a great read. Congrats on BOTD!

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