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Grace in the Shadows (Grace, #2)

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Two women. One collision course with truth.

Physiotherapist Esther has survived cancer, but wounds within her family remain unhealed. Is her revived faith the reason for the rift or could a simmering secret be the root cause?

Cosmetics consultant Rachel buried her past - and her father’s God - but the past refuses to stay buried. Will she continue to run or is confronting her pain the way to freedom?

Can God’s grace shine even in the darkest of shadows?

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Customer Reviews

Sue

Verified Buyer

2 months ago

Grace in the Shadows (Book 2)

I'm so glad I read this book. The way the story is weaved to keep the reader involved is masterful. I appreciate the way Christine has made the characters continue to grow in their faith, share their struggles and praises and encourage those who do believe in the Lord Jesus or do not believe in the Lord Jesus yet. I will definitely be reading this entire series and recommending them to others.

Elizabeth

1 year ago

This book will challenge you to the core

The most inspirational fiction book I’ve read in recent years… nothing challenges a person to live every day for Jesus more than a story like Esther’s told here in this book.

This book will challenge you to the core. Is your life really meaningful? Esther presses in to find what will bring rich meaning to a life that is numbered in days. Beautifully told, this story will bring you to tears. Tears of sadness, tears of joy.

Elizabeth

1 year ago

This book will challenge you to the core

The most inspirational fiction book I’ve read in recent years… nothing challenges a person to live every day for Jesus more than a story like Esther’s told here in this book.

This book will challenge you to the core. Is your life really meaningful? Esther presses in to find what will bring rich meaning to a life that is numbered in days. Beautifully told, this story will bring you to tears. Tears of sadness, tears of joy.

Erin L.

1 year ago

Great second book in the series!

4.5 stars for this second book in the Grace series by Christine Dillon. While you could probably read this one as a stand-alone as they give enough details from the first book to give you the basis, I would strongly recommend reading these in order. In the first book, we're introduced to Esther, whose father is the pastor of a growing mega-church. Her cancer diagnosis turns her world upside-down and through it, she discovers who Jesus really is. In this second book, her faith is growing and she is evangelizing more. We are also introduced to a new character, Rachel, whose connection to Esther comes as a surprise. Rachel has been running from God her whole life.

This book had the same spiritual depth as the first book did and had me crying, especially towards the end. I struggled with some of the evangelizing as the story-telling felt a bit stilted at times and Esther's original response to Rachel seemed fairly out of character for her. She eventually came around, but her frustration, while a very "human" response, seemed out of character for the Esther I came to know both in the first book and the first part of this one. Overall, though, still an excellent book about deepening and sharing one's faith.

I would recommend this one to those who enjoy inspirational women's fiction and those who enjoy fiction that convicts and strengthens faith. I look forward to how the rest of this series will go!

L P.

1 year ago

Wonderful

This is part two of a series but it reads like a stand-alone. Such a great and moving story! Definitely a book everyone should read! I received a copy of this book from the author, and this opinion is my own.