July 10, 2017

Book Review: A Matter of Trust

A Matter of Trust, by Susan May Warren is an enjoyable and inspirational contemporary romance.

For the past three years, Gage Watson has been trying to rebuilt his life as a ski patrol in Montana. His former life as champion snowboarder ended, due to a serious tragedy that lead to him being sued and forced to abandon his snowboarder career. However, Gage still hasn't moved beyond the betrayal of the woman who assisted in his infamous courtroom case.

While searching for her younger brother in Montana, Ella Blair runs into Gage, once again. The last time that Ella and Gage saw each other was years ago on opposite sides of a courtroom, yet their attraction and once-blossoming love is still evident. Even though both Gage and Ella harbor resentment and anger towards each other, Gage agrees to help Ella's search for her missing brother on a dangerous mountain peak.

As the story continues, the secondary characters are a major part of the book with interlocking stories moving past Gage and Ella's story and throughout the series. Since A Matter of Trust is the third book in the Montana Rescue series, it's ideal to start with the first book, due to all the overlapping stories and various secondary characters mentioned. I'm looking forward to reading future books in the Montana Rescue series. 

A Matter of Trust is geared towards those who enjoy reading contemporary Christian novels with a clean romantic storyline intermixed with drama and underlying suspense.

Note: I received this book from Revell Books, which is a program designed for bloggers to write book reviews in exchange for books, yet the opinions expressed in this review are my own.


  1. This caught my interest. I am glad you liked it and noted the series. Thanks for sharing.