Davis Bunn has taken the art form of writing and turned it into a master craft. As your eyes pour over every page of his latest release, don't forget to drink in every word.
Or you just might miss something.
Wayne Grusza (pronounced "grusha") is a lost soul. Broken and battered from his military days on the battlefield, he has wandered for far too long. His sister, a minister, draws him into the fold of a unique group of people.
The small community of elderly and disabled believes they have been scammed, and it's up to Wayne to prove or disprove it. Unbeknownst to him, he's proving more than the scam...he's proving himself.
A bigger task awaits Wayne, and he must open himself up along the way...to a burly, black former cop, a crotchety and lovable old fisherman, and a boy from the barrio who's headed for trouble.
Oh, did I forget to mention the beauty in the Ferrari? Yeah, he has to find a way to let her in as well. In to the steel safe he calls his heart. But Wayne discovers that there's another kind of pain that's far worse than what he's suffered.
The pain of loneliness.
Tatyana and company unravel a web of lies and deceit that will have your head spinning and wondering who to trust. Ultimately, you'll learn what Wayne, Tatyana and all of the other characters (minus Victoria--oh, how we all need a Victoria in our lives!) learn...
...to trust in God Almighty Himself. For everything. Even the repair of broken and bruised hearts.
Gorgeous writing, captivating story, fast action, endearing characters...what more do you want?
Oh, a rating...that's right! I'm giving "All Through the Night" six out of five bookmarks (yes, I'm going crazy with them again!), with a pizza box as a charm.