Where You Lead by Leslea Wahl is a mix of mystery, danger, and a "treasure hunt" adventure with a hint of romance. The plot thickens with every page, the mystery and danger increasing.
Theresa Linden, author of award-winning Roland West, Loner
This is my favorite of Leslea Wahl's novels so far. The setting of this mystery is Washington D.C., and the historical and geographical references flavor the backdrop in just the right amounts.
Author Cynthia T. Toney
I am currently at a loss for words because I squealed, squeed, laughed and melted a bit over different times when reading this book.
Books for Christian Girls
This book feels like a mash up of a female lead from Madeleine L'Engle crossed with Nancy Drew, and the movie National Treasure.
Steven McEvoy Book Reviews and More
Eve and Nick’s adventure holds you captive as does the slow and sweet development of their friendship. Their relationship is another mystery you can’t wait to see solved. Where You Lead was also an encouraging story, and it was heartening to see two young people so confident in their faith to step out in the world and make a difference in God’s name. Their mission reminds us all--no matter our age--that we are always called to do God’s work, whether it’s big or small.
Blessed and Bookish
The mystery is tied in perfectly and expertly done. If you are in want of a clean YA that is entertaining with a bit of everything, Where You Lead is perfect.
An in-depth study guide in the OLVS format is available on the author’s website.
Teen Eve Donahue's lonely existence changes in an instant when visions of a mysterious stranger haunt her. Certain God is calling her for a mission, she bravely says yes and begins her quest to meet this young man. Thousands of miles away,
Nick Hammond has been dealing with his own unusual experience, an unwavering certainty to convince his father to run for political office. When these two unlikely teens finally meet, their belief that God has called them to work together sets them on a journey of faith to untangle a web of deception involving international trade agreements, lost confederate gold, and a blossoming romance.
As they follow century-old clues, they realize God can call us all in big and small ways. We just need to listen.