CrossReads Book Blast: UnEmbraceable by Precarious Yates

CrossReads Book Blast: UnEmbraceable by Precarious Yates

Title: UnEmbraceable
By: Precarious Yates

About the Book

From the author of “Revelation Special Ops” comes a terrifying, hauntingly real and daringly hopeful tale of betrayal and love.

Leonard, a computer programmer, has a unique gift: by words alone he can calm violent situations. Which is helpful with all these kids running around the streets behaving like zombies. He has his own set of sorrows to face, but he’s prepared for anything. Anything except Tamar, and the thunderous inkling that she will be his wife. This doesn’t make any sense to Leonard. She stole his wallet. And his heart.

Painful circumstances ripped family and stability from Tamar’s grasp, but with gutsy tenacity she faces life head on. Meeting the gorgeous and single Leonard changes everything. But surely a guy like him would never fall for a girl of the streets like her.

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Precarious Yates lives in Texas with husband, daughter, sheep, dogs, chickens, rabbit, lizard and by the time you read this some other exotic creature her husband or daughter has brought home. She had studied the plight of and worked toward the abolition of modern slavery for over a decade before sitting down to write Revelation Special Ops. She was further inspired by the work of her sister-in-law, who helped to found Love146, an organization that works to raise awareness about human trafficking and builds safe homes in vulnerable regions. Yates spent several years overseas as a missionary in Ireland, and also did missions work in India and the Philippines. Her passion for literature has become her means of further educating young adults of the realities of modern slavery, while producing hope through the power of Christ Jesus in us.

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  1. I don’t know that I do have an all time favorite.

  2. My favorite Christian book (other than the Bible) is Deadline by Randy Alcorn. It was the first Christian fiction book that I read, and it changed my life.

  3. Thank you for the introduction to new authors & fun giveaways.

  4. Kimberly Boyenger :

    Looks like a great read

  5. My favorite Christian book (besides the Bible) is the Cape Refuge Series by Terry Blackstock.

  6. I don’t have an all time favorite.

  7. Sounds really interesting! Thanks for the opportunity to win the gift card.

    Precarious – what an interesting first name! I’d love to hear the story behind it!

  8. My all time favorite would be The Chronicles of Narnia series. I love the books and the movies.

  9. I don’t know that I have an all-time favorite. Everything I have read by Colleen Coble and Susan May Warren has been fantastic, though!

  10. Laurel Anderson :

    My Utmost For His Highest by Oswald Chambers

  11. I’ve read each of the books listed so far, and had considered each of them as I tried to decide my “favorite” Christian book. Randy Alcorn has written a LOT of great books, as has Terry Blackstock. I also like everything I’ve read so far by Frank Peretti, and the entire “Left Behind” series was great when read straight through all the volumes in order. But my favorite of all is the very excellent, “Decision Making and the Will of God” by Gary Friesen and J. Robin Maxson. This is an exceptionally helpful book to have on hand if you have ever made a decision, or ever expect to. You NEED this book!

  12. Precarious Yates :

    Thank you, everyone, for visiting the book blast for UnEmbraceable! If I had to pick just one Christian novel that was my favorite, I’d be very hard pressed. It’d either be Till We Have Faces, by C.S. Lewis, or The Fall, by Chana Keefer. Both of these books impacted me on a very deep level and in a way I’ll never forget.

  13. My favorite Christian book is the Bible. It’s the only book of any genre that I enjoy reading again and again. I always learn something new each time I read it.

  14. Colleen Schindler :

    My favorite Christian book would be the Bible, of course!

  15. I have so many. If I had to pick one it would be Redeeming Love. By Francine Rivers.

  16. I don’t know if I can name one single favorite book! I know that the book “Uncharted” by Angela Hunt had a profound effect on me. Probably, though, outside of the Bible, the book that had been the most helpful to me and I highly recommend to others is “Loving God With All Your Mind” by Elizabeth George.

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