Hott Synopsis:

Shiloh Griffin has always felt the call for more but has relegated her life to that of wife and mother to honor a promise she made to God.

Now, almost twenty years later she lives each day with regret. She wouldn’t give up her husband and children for anything but sometimes she wishes there was more.

When an unexpected job offer comes her way Shiloh jumps at it sure that it’s God’s gift to her for honoring her promise but in accepting this gift Shiloh will have choices to make. Choices that will affect her family and her husband’s tenuous head pastor position. Choices that will bring to light the secrets she’s kept for years. Choices that will alter the perfect facade she’s constructed.

Is Shiloh strong enough to accept God’s gift?

Hott Review:

I didn’t finish ‘Lead Me Home’. It was a really good book, but it was so emotional and deep that I kept feeling myself get down because of the depth. If you can handle this level of emotion then it’s perfect for you.


Author: Stacy Hawkins Adams
Source: Zondervan via Netgalley
Grade: dnf
Series: Winds of Change #2

Author Bio:

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Stacy Hawkins Adams is an award-winning women’s fiction and nonfiction author, freelance columnist and inspirational speaker.

In her eight novels, she weaves contemporary women’s issues, social issues and matters of faith into creative plots that leave you rooting for some characters and furious with others. You’ll put down one of her books feeling like you’ve left behind a friend.

Her most recent novel, “Coming Home,” was a 2012 Target stores Recommended Read. It was the first book in the Winds of Change series. The second book in the series, “Lead Me Home,” will be released in July 2013.

Stacy’s sole nonfiction book, “Who Speaks To Your Heart? Tuning in to Hear God’s Whispers” (Released May 2010) is a spiritual, devotional guide for busy women seeking to hear from God.

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