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.
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.
|Source:||Harlequin via Netgalley|
|Steam:||Y/A — due only to references to drugs, alcohol and rehab.|
|Series:||Mirror Lake, 5|
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