I have completed reading all but one of Robert Whitlow's books. They keep me on my toes with all the action in each book. They are excellent books. The stories in the books are excellent. What a talented author!
All three books in this series were great. Good story, with wonderful Christian references. I pass my books around to folks I know will enjoy them and they all said this was a real great story and was told in a way that kept us captivated.
I absolutley loved this series! Mainly, for the emphasis on conservative values and how one may remain pure, even unto marriage, in today's society and culture. It is extremely relevant and inspiring for this generation as Tami has a passion for Christ, following Him wholeheartedly yet living and working in the modern culture. This is a great example of how we as Christians can be set apart, stand for Truth, remain pure and holy, love God and others, and live a full abundant life.
This week I read the third and final installment in Robert Whitlow's Tides of Truth series -- Greater Love. This was an OK series, but not my favorite.
The story begins with Tami Taylor struggling to make a couple of major decisions in her life -- (1) which law firm's offer to accept for her first employment after passing the bar and (2) whether she should choose between the the two men vying for her heart, or whether God's plan for her involves neither of them. After finally making her employment decision, Tami receives a court-appointed assignment and ends up in the middle of a case where there is much more danger and intrigue than what is immediately apparent. Along the way, she learns important lessons in "greater love" and suffers the loss of someone close to her.
Once I started this series, I wanted to finish it to see how things turned out for Tami and her friends/family. Some things, though, kept it from rising to the top of my favorites list. Many elements of the plot were drawn out and slow moving. The spiritual elements -- although generally something I very much enjoy and appreciate in a novel -- were just a little too "out there" for my comfort zone.