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Grace in Deep Waters (Book 3)
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William Macdonald is at the pinnacle of his career. Pastor of a growing megachurch and host of a successful national radio programme. Clever and respected, he’s a man with everything, including a secret. His wife has left him and he can’t risk anyone finding out.
Blanche Macdonald is struggling. Her once rock-solid marriage is showing cracks. She promised to love her husband for better or for worse, but does loving always mean staying? Blanche desires to put God first. Not William. Not her daughter. Not herself.
When is a marriage over? When do you stand and fight?
A fresh new setting in the Grace series and finally the parents' story told
The emotions and feelings are raw and real as William's story unfolds in this third story. You will feel along with him and cringe as his harsh edges are revealed. But stick with the story because the ending makes the journey all worthwhile.
What a beautiful story of grace and forgiveness! This is book 3 in the Grace series and fans of this series will be familiar with William and Blanche, Esther's parents. Esther was the main character in the first book and one of 2 main characters in book 2. This book speaks to her parents' histories and why they are the way they are. While you could probably enjoy this story without the other 2 books, I would strongly recommend reading this series in order so that you have the depth that comes with recurring characters.
This book begins with William's story and the pain he experienced growing up. While the author does not condone his behavior, she gives us an overall understanding for what shaped him into the man he has been in this series. He has cast aside all of his family members and cast the blame on them for it. As a person who has often struggled with pride, I recognized some of William's struggles as well. Blanche has moved out as she learns to lean more on Jesus and discovers her own faults that were caused by her past. She struggles with several things throughout the book, but she invites Jesus into her grieving process and learns much about living fully with Christ and the power of prayer.
This book had such great spiritual depth, great conversion and teaching moments and solid relationships come through. I would highly recommend for fans of Christian fiction who enjoy books that draw you deeper in your walk with Christ. Of this series (and I've thoroughly enjoyed each one), I think this one has been my favorite!
Special thanks to the author for an advanced e-copy of this book. I was under no obligation to write a review and all thoughts contained herein are my own.
A very realistic story. Characters are very believable. Loved the story about people who have great needs meeting with a great God. Great writing! I received a copy of this book from the author and these opinions are my own.