Season of Hope
Series: The Potters House 2
Published by Vivant Press
Publication Date December 22, 2020
Genres: Christian Fiction, Clean Romance
Setting: Minnesota Contemporary
Main Character Ages: 25-34
Written for: Adults
When a shocking revelation shatters her family and her faith, will truth prevail and mend what was broken?
Life is good for Ronnie Coborn.
She's newly married to a man who loves her and dotes on her daughter. A man handpicked by Ronnie's father, a popular pastor at a megachurch who's been married to her mother for forty years.
Yes, life is good.
Until a shocking revelation exposes the fact that everything in her idyllic life--her marriage, family, and faith--is based on a lie.
I would like to thank Brenda S. Anderson for giving me a copy of this book. This gift did not influence my opinion or review.
Also in this series: Hands of Grace, Always You: A Murphy Brothers Story, Song of Mercy , In Spite of Ourselves
Brenda S. Anderson writes stories that touch my heart!
Season of Hope tells the “other” side of the events from Song of Mercy. You may remember Ronnie as the pastor’s daughter and the unwed mother of Kyle’s baby. Can you see the need for second chances here?
Events that shook Ronnie’s world led to some unexpected revelations, which then resulted in some intense soul searching for her. The very foundation of her life crumbled and she found that she didn’t know what she was left with. Despite (or because of) the poor choices Ronnie had made, she is very relatable. My heart went out to her in her pain. Her search for truth had her reading the book of John and investigating Jesus’ “I AM” statements recorded there.
Gavin, Ronnie’s husband, had a strong, though young, faith. This relatively new believer understood the power of prayer and spent time reading God’s Word. I was surprised and thrilled at his reason for wanting to be on the board of the church and his commitment to helping others grow.
The entire story was told from Ronnie’s perspective, which is perfect! I loved the way we were able to see Gavin’s thoughts through the incredibly beautiful letters he wrote. It is hard not to melt at a husband who sees the need to woo his wife and puts everything he has into the effort!
Full of searching for truth and spiritual nuggets, Season of Hope is a wonderful combination of romance and truth that readers of Christian fiction will want to be sure to read.