Refiner's Fire (Beauty for Ashes: Book Three) by Dayo Benson

Refiner's Fire (Beauty for Ashes: Book Three)

byDayo Benson

Kobo ebook | September 26, 2013

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Lexi Dixon has pretty much reached the dizzy heights of superstardom, but certain things come with the territory; things that she never anticipated. Like the fact that one of her friends has stabbed her in the back and sold the gory details of her life story to a tabloid.

Just when Lexi thought that things couldn’t possibly get any worse, an unfortunate incident in New York forces her off the red carpet and into God’s refinery for a season—just when she really shouldn’t be taking a break!

A forced vacation means that Lexi has ample time on her hands to consider her life. She knows what she wants, but how far is she willing to go to get it? Does her career have to be mutually exclusive of her relationship with God? Does she have to settle for friendship with the man that turns her knees to Jell-O? Lexi has survived plastic surgery gone wrong, and even a kidnapping. But, matters of the heart are a whole different ball game!

Lexi decides that there’s only so much a girl can take. She doesn’t have time for love anyway. However, as things spiral out of control, she soon realizes that her heart got stolen long before she even started trying to protect it.

Title:Refiner's Fire (Beauty for Ashes: Book Three)Format:Kobo ebookPublished:September 26, 2013Publisher:Dayo BensonLanguage:English

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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome This book is so amazing I have read it three times in a row and the book just connected with me there is places where I just think about how that was me and this book inspired me to become a better Christian
Date published: 2015-03-30
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great read Refiner’s Fire I bought this book after reading Raw Deal, the first book of this trilogy, thinking I could skip ahead to the end without reading the 2nd book. What happened was that though I enjoyed the book and could guess at a lot of what happened in book two, I found myself wanting to fill in the details so I went back and read that afterwards. In Refiner’s fire, (Can I just say first – “I am undeniably in love with Jace.”?) We continue to accompany Lexi on her journey towards freedom as she learns and grows with more cheering for and less screaming at her as she gets older and wiser. The story held me captive till the end. There is a paradox here that it seems to take forever for the story to reach its much anticipated conclusion; at the same time, there is a realness in this writer’s style that makes it seem that the characters are actual people and she is reporting true events in their lives and there is none of the delicious little details I would want to miss out. I can only think maybe Mrs Benson can write ‘tighter’ for want of a better word. The conclusion, when it does come is very satisfying and I daresay Lexi has some of the best friends in the world. - A. Oke
Date published: 2015-01-08