Grace Soldano is a perfectionist. She's looking for the perfect man, the perfect job, basically the perfect life in Miller's Creek. She works for Andy Tyler, who helped put her through law school, but Andy is a defense attorney and her dream is to be a prosecuting attorney, to seek justice for her mother who was killed in an auto accident. An opportunity arises to work for a prosecuting attorney, but she gets involved in a lot more than she bargained for. Matt Tyler has loved Gracie for a long time. They're good friends but Grace would never entertain the idea of spending her life with someone who didn't fit her idea of the perfect guy. After all, the perfect guy would iron his shirt, be on time and have a long range goal for his life, right?. Not spend time on the road playing music and being a perpetual student. Matt is a great guy, just not for her. But as she walks through some firey trials, will she finely come to realize what grace is all about?
Way of Grace is the perfect title for this beautifully written story.
It was wonderful returning to Miller's Creek again and catching up with
friends. But I've got to tell you, this latest installment in the series
had a suspense element that took me by surprise. It was very well done
and certainly kept me flipping pages! There were several unexpected
twists and turns, which I happen to really enjoy. Matt Tyler was a
wonderful picture of grace-in-the-flesh! He made a great hero. Grace was
definitely someone we can all relate to. We may not be quite as bad as
she is (ahem), but let's face it, we all have a little of her in each of
us. But it's great to be reminded that God still loves us even with all
our imperfections! I appreciated how the author helps the reader
discover the concepts of grace, mercy and justice while keeping you
completely engaged in the story. If you're looking for a great story
with a timely message, then head on over to Miller's Creek to see what
The Way of Grace is all about! Looking forward to Pilgrimage of Promise!
File Size: 596 KB
Print Length: 318 pages
Publisher: WordVessel Press; 1 edition (September 25, 2012)
*This complimentary copy was provided by the author in exchange for an honest review*
WOULD YOU LIKE TO KNOW A LITTLE MORE ABOUT MATT TYLER? THEN DON'T MISS TOMORROW'S INTERVIEW!
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