Book Review and Blog Tour: Every Bird That Falls by Sara Davison

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Welcome to the Blog Tour for Every Bird That Falls by Sara Davison, hosted by JustRead Publicity Tours!

About the Book

Every Bird That Falls

Title: Every Bird That Falls
Series: two sparrows for a penny # 3
Author: Sara Davison
Publisher: Independently published through The Mosaic Collection
Release Date: April 3, 2024
Genre: Christian Romantic Suspense

Lies have kept them apart for eight years.

Now the truth could destroy them completely.

Bomb squad leader Tag Monroe’s world is shattered when his sister and her foster sister are abducted by a human trafficker. Eight years later, the two of them have been miraculously freed. As thrilled as he is to be reunited with his sister, Tag has lingering questions.

How did Jae-won Lin, the third foster sister, elude capture that night? Why didn’t she call the police or Tag to let them know what happened? And where has she been for the last eight years? He loved Jae once, but he can’t let her back into his life until he has more information.

Unfortunately, time is running out. Someone powerful is coming after Jae, bent on revenge. If Tag can’t get to her before her mysterious pursuer, Jae could take the answers to all Tag’s questions to her grave.

Along with any hope the two of them might have to find their way to each other again.

The explosive Christian romantic suspense series two sparrows for a penny by multi-award-winning author Sara Davison continues with this on-the-edge-suspense love story that might finally answer the question: Where was Jae?

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Another winner from Sara Davison! I didn’t realize that Every Bird That Falls was the third in a series. I was able to follow along with no real difficulty, but I didn’t have all the backstory for some of the events that took place. It might have been helpful for me to read the first two books in the series before I read this one.

Tala, Rose, and Jae are foster sisters. When their foster mother becomes seriously ill, they fear being separated and sent to other foster homes. So they plan to run away together and live in hiding until they’re of age. But their plan falls apart when Tala and Rose are grabbed by traffickers, taken and forced into prostitution. Jae escapes the traffickers, but her rescuer keeps her hidden from sight for the next eight years. Tag Monroe, Tala’s brother and Jae’s former boyfriend, is determined to find Jae, find answers to the nagging questions he still has. But for that to happen, he’s got to find Jae and get to her before the unknown person going after her.

A well-told dual timeline story is a thing of beauty, and Sara Davison gives us one here. We start eight years ago, on the night the girls leave their home. Jae’s story unfolds in flashbacks, gradually moving forward until her timeline connects with that of Tag, Tala, and Rose. The two blend together seamlessly, and this is testament to Davison’s storytelling skill.

Jae’s circumstances aren’t as brutal as I understand Tala’s and Rose’s to be, but they’re heartwrenching all the same. She’s physically safe, but her world is shattered when her rescuer leads her to believe that all the people she cared about are dead. She makes decisions from this place of emotional distress, and only later learns that nothing she was told was true. Davison does a marvelous job of making you feel her characters’ pain almost as if it were your own, and I just hurt for Jae.

The suspense is top-notch, too. When Jae breaks free of her rescuer (captor?), she knows he’ll come after her. She can never truly let her guard down, not even with Tag once he finds her. And they have a lot of hard emotional stuff to work through, so she’s splitting her focus between Tag and protecting herself. I was holding my breath several times, hoping the worst didn’t happen when I got to the next page!

And as you would expect, faith is an integral part of the story. Tala, Rose, Felicity, and Tag are all believers. Jae is learning, asking questions, reading her Bible, but when she is separated from everyone she cares for, she has a hard time hanging on to her fledgling faith. She clings to the song Felicity used to sing, “His eye is on the sparrow, and I know He watches me.” She finds a way to trust that God is in the midst of everything she faces, that He sees her and will work in her circumstances for good. It’s a lovely reminder that no matter the trials we face, God never loses sight of us.

Do Jae and Tag get their happily ever after? Does Jae’s past find her and wreak more havoc? I’m not telling. Sara Davison is now on my list of must-read authors. Put her on your list, too, and start with this series!

Disclaimer: I received an advance copy of this book from JustRead Publicity Tours. I was not required to leave a review. All opinions here are mine, and I don’t say nice things about books I don’t actually like.

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About the Author

Sara Davison

Sara Davison has a passion for writing stories that keep readers on the edge of their seats—and maybe swooning a little. A finalist for more than a dozen national writing awards, including the Christy Award, Davison is a Cascade, Word, and two-time Carol Award winner for romantic suspense. She lives in Ontario with her husband, Michael. Like every good Canadian, she loves coffee, hockey, poutine, and apologizing for no particular reason.

Connect with Sara by visiting saradavison.org to follow her on social media and sign up for email updates.


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(1) winner will win a $25 Amazon gift card plus a paperback copy of Every Bird That Falls!

Every Bird That Falls JustRead Tours giveaway

Full tour schedule linked below. The giveaway begins at midnight April 2, 2024 and will last through 11:59 PM EST on April 9, 2024. Winners will be notified within 2 weeks of close of the giveaway and given 48 hours to respond or risk forfeiture of prize. US/CAN only. Void where prohibited by law or logistics.

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10 Responses to Book Review and Blog Tour: Every Bird That Falls by Sara Davison

  1. Rita Wray says:

    Thank you for the review.

  2. Cindy Davis says:

    Great review, Lisa! I don’t think I have read anything by her, I need to remedy that!!

  3. Kay Garrett says:

    Thank you for your review on “Every Bird That Falls” by Sara Davison and for being part of the JustRead Publicity Tours blog tour. It reaffirms my great desire to read this book on my TBR list. Can’t wait for the opportunity to read and review it.

  4. i love your review, Lisa! thanks so much for being on the tour 🙂

  5. Shelly Peterson says:

    Nice review. Great cover.

  6. Sara Davison says:

    Thank you so much, Lisa, for reading and reviewing Every Bird That Falls and for highlighting it on your blog. Grace and peace to you and to all who stop by on the tour!

  7. MICHAEL A LAW says:

    This looks fantastic. Thanks for hosting this giveaway.

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