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Review: The Promise of Home

Hott Synopsis

For years Jenna and Shelly waited in vain for their mother to make good on the promise of a home. Instead, Shelly was left with Jenna and Jenna was left with the responsibility and stress many adults have trouble handling.

Now, adults themselves, Jenna and Shelly have taken completely different paths. Shelly is a replica of their mother and Jenna is the antithesis. So, obviously, when Shelly starts a fire and her children end up in protective services there’s only one person she could turn to — Minneapolis’s Own Star Lifestyle Glamour Girl.

Hott Review

This was a really good book; plus, t’s very heavy with God’s love without feeling like a sermon.
What I liked: I really enjoyed the story line. It’s not one of those ‘feel-good’ christian novels but instead felt like real life for God’s followers. I can’t wait to find the first four and read those, as well.
What I didn’t like: It wasn’t much fun or frilly. It was just a good solid book about real life issues and overcoming your past.


Author: Kathryn Springer
Source: Harlequin via Netgalley
Grade: B+
Ages: 16+
Steam: Y/A — due only to references to drugs, alcohol and rehab.
Series: Mirror Lake, 5


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