Finding GraceLove's Compass #6
Published by Dallionz Media LLC
Publication Date January 3, 2018
Genres: Christian Fiction, Clean Romance
Setting: Texas Contemporary
Main Character Ages: 25-35
Written for: Adult
Single dad Tyler Martin can't be more grateful to the woman who finds his missing daughter. Even though he feels a spark between them, falling in love is a risk he shouldn't take. Too bad chance encounters and his stubborn heart keep trying to convince him otherwise.
After escaping a nightmarish relationship, Beth Davenport is content with her safe and blessedly normal life. Yet something about Tyler and his adorable daughter makes her wish for more. With the walls around her heart finally starting to crumble, she's afraid of a future she can't predict. Can they let go of their fear and trust God to lead them to the love they desperately need?
I am grateful to Melanie D. Snitker for giving me a copy of this book. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
Tyler’s daughter, Meg, was pretty cute, and I felt like the author did a great job of portraying her in an age-appropriate manner. Tyler was a great dad, trying so hard to do everything right for his daughter. And Beth was so sweet, but so afraid to trust.
The message in Finding Grace is that it is so important to extend grace to ourselves when we don’t live up to our standards. Having received grace from the Lord, who are we to withhold it ourselves.
The story was sweet and was written well.
There is talk about emotional and physical abuse in this story, and a bit of it is described, but not really in a violent way, if that makes any sense. I am not generally comfortable reading about violent acts, but this story handled it in a way that was appropriate and not graphic.
Finding Grace is the final book of the Love’s Compass series. It stands by itself, though there are some characters from previous books of the series in this one.