Are you ready to chase after diamonds and fight terrorists?
What begins as a routine courier mission turns into a fight for her life as Natasha Kelly teams up with Israel’s Mossad to fight a deadly terrorist.
When Abram Perez asks Natasha Kelly to put her exceptional courier skills to work for the nation of Israel, he mentions that several men have disappeared or died already in the attempt to carry uncut diamonds from Africa to the Diamond Institute in Israel.
Natasha thinks her wide-eyed dumb blond routine, along with several disguises, will be just what she needs to thwart the enemy’s plans. Apparently, these terrorists don’t take too kindly to dumb blonds. Her hotel room is ransacked, her belongings destroyed, and shots are fired (much too close for comfort).
If that’s not enough, she’s being tailed by the smoothest operator she’s ever met, Dirk Sloan, the movie heartthrob of women the world over. Only, this isn’t one of his suspense flicks, this is her life. And if Natasha doesn’t figure out who’s fair or foul, she could be the next one dead.
Enter Israel’s Mossad. They’ve sent David Benjamin to keep an eye on her, but his attentions seem a little too intense. Now, her heart beats fast at the sight of two men, not to mention the hordes of terrorists out to kill her.
From the diamond mines of Africa to a desert oasis in Israel, Natasha’s life becomes a maze of opportunities for disaster.
She never realized what a wimp she was. It’s time to put the enemy in his place, and there’s only one way she knows to walk on water…by the Father’s hand. What Natasha learns about putting her faith in God to work will change her life forever, and possibly that of everyone she meets.
This series follows Natasha as she grows in faith, forgiveness, and love to battle the ancient threat against the Holy Lands and God’s people, Israel. Each installment in the series solves an area of crisis and opens the door for others as the Mossad send Natasha on one mission after another and her heart at last finds a home.
Diamonds are for Eden is book 1 in Natasha Kelly’s spy series and is a Christian romantic suspense novel of approximately 200 print pages.
Read the first chapter here.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Became addicted! July 24, 2013
By Michaelle Slaugh -This review is from: Diamonds are for Eden (Natasha Kelly, Mossad Spy Book 1) (Kindle Edition)
Felicia Mires plops the reader into a world of terrorism and spies, where faith can conquer all evil. Wonderfully written book with a strong female lead. All of Mires’ books are worth the read and the money. They are clean and can be recommended to anyone who enjoys a good story with religious principles, a sweet love story, and a bit of adventure.
The rest of the series is as good as this book. I became addicted and would love to read more books in this series!
5.0 out of 5 stars Diamonds are for Eden is a great read. January 18, 2014
By Karen F. Smith- This review is from: Diamonds are for Eden (Natasha Kelly, Mossad Spy Book 1) (Kindle Edition)
The beginning of a wonderfully exciting series. Felicia Mires captures your interest from page one. Her characters are very real. The plot’s exciting twists and turns hold your attention and moves along speedily with no ‘I want to skim over this part’.
Natasha’s ethical principles and spiritual foundation make it a great read for teens as well as adults. Ms. Mires books share solid Christian values juxtaposed with worldly conflicts without becoming insipid. I have put down more than one Christian novel because the protagonist is just too ‘goody two-shoes’ to be real.
This is a great read and an excellent beginning to an exciting series. (I know because I’ve read them all!)
5.0 out of 5 stars GOOD Read, January 23, 2014
By Rebecca Kendall – This review is from: Diamonds are for Eden (Natasha Kelly, Mossad Spy Book 1) (Kindle Edition)
A very good book filled with adventure, interesting characters and several unexpected twists. Natasha’s faith in God’s provision and strength despite dangerous events were inspiring. This author is my newest favorite author. Reading this book was a good way to spend a quiet evening. Loved it.