Justice Quinn is the second book in the Beautiful Justice Series, written by Dawn Dyson. I have said this before in my review of Bella Maura by Dawn Dyson, and I'm going to say it again here in this review. Ms. Dyson's writing is lyrical, it's as if she is painting a picture with words. The book is poetic, almost songlike in its rhythm and flow, in the way she describes everyday beauty.
In this second book in the series, Bella has grown into a powerfully gifted young woman, whose gift is intercessory prayer. Bella and Drew meet after he is offered a very unusual job by the Driscolls, and he instantly feels a connection. Little does he know that theirs is a special bond that was forged many years before during one of his darkest hours.
In this book we also meet Bella's brother, Justice, whom we met towards the end of Bella Maura, who also has a powerful gift. The secret God-given work that the Driscolls are doing is slowly revealed in this beautifully written story of love and intercessory prayer. It's about learning to lean on God and trust that He is doing what is necessary in His time frame, not ours. I was totally captivated by the characters in this book and am anxiously awaiting the third book in the series, so I can see where God and the author takes them.
Disclosure of Material Connection: I received this book free from the author. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own.
It was around a year ago that I read Bella Maura, the first book in the Beautiful Justice series by Dawn Dyson, and I have eagerly awaited book two since then. The second book, Justice Quinn, was published and I was excited to be able to see where the story would go.
I wasn't disappointed at all. I was completely unable to put it down. I love the imagery the author paints with her words and the intense suspense that she creates. I was very impressed with the way the two books intertwined and just how intricately the story was weaved. I found myself in tears on more than a few occasions. I have grown rather fond of the uniquely intense characters.
Her books stir something inside of me, causing me to yearn for a more and more spiritual relationship with God. The story literally puts a face on justice and faith, allowing for the two concepts to be seen in a new light. I find myself pondering on her words long after I've finished reading.
A wonderful series that I will be reading more than once.
Now, time to wait for book 3, Mason Michael: The Heaven Projection.