I read this awhile back, and it was quite good. I can't help but to think that maybe both Mary and Nigel were in love, but obviously knew, that they were both meant to be alone and help others. Does anyone else think this? I could be wrong, but this is what I think.Karen didn't say one way or another, but it seemed that way. If that is how it was between Mary and Nigel, they were obviously able to resist temptation. Which is admireable if they could do that, even though it would be hard.Chantell Snyder
I found this book to be very good! A must read for anyone who has ever been abused in any way or has an addiction. It leaves no doubt that Jesus forgives and heals broken souls. If you have never been abused or dealt with addiction, it will open your eyes to what those around you may be suffering. Even though this is fiction, it is filled with very real situations and the truth that Jesus alone can save you.
I absolutely LOVED this book. I was in tears and also in awe when Nigel, a character in the book, was telling the story of Stephen. You will LOVE this book. I couldn't put it down. It's a wonderful story about God's redemption no matter where you've been in life and about serving a very mighty God.
This novel is one of inspiration. A novel that show us God's redemption. This is a book that shows us God sometimes answers prayers differently then we think He might. If you are looking for a great book,here it is.