Faithful Christian Deidre Clark-Morris is a professional career-minded woman with a loving husband and beautiful home, but no children. Kenisha Smalls has lived in poverty her entire life and has three children by three different men. After learning that Kenisha has inoperable cervical cancer, the relationship between these two women becomes a catalyst of hope, leading them both to a place of redemption and healing.
My Comments: I cried throughout this book – it was so sad, yet had a very satisfying conclusion. The struggles the characters had with their faith in God were so real-to-life. The author made it easy to relate to each character. I love the idea of one of the main characters being the principal to the other main character’s child. Even the problems the principal faced at school and with her superintendent struck a familiar chord. I “know” some of these people close and personal and you may also. I highly recommend this book to anyone strong in the faith, weak in the faith, or without faith. You will find hope.
The cover is beautiful, don’t you think? I look forward to reading more books by Vanessa Miller!
Thank you NetGalley for an e-copy of this book!
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