Sunday, September 26, 2010

Review: Perfect Shelter by Deborah Pierson Dill

Perfect Shelter by Deborah Pierson Dill

Publisher: White Rose Publishing
Genre: Contemporary Romance

Heat Rating: 1



“Curse God and die!”

That’s the advice Job got from his wife, and it sounds good to Elaine Mallory. After a life spent seeking and doing God’s will, the course of one turbulent spring strips her of everything but her life. Maybe she’s not quite inclined to curse God and die, but she’s got no problem turning from Him and running hard in the opposite direction.

Justin Barnet wants nothing more than to comfort Elaine and shelter her from more suffering. Her loss and departure leaves him devastated, and for years he waits for her return—years during which his own life falls apart. Now Elaine is back, and he has less to offer than ever.

As Elaine faces her grief for the first time since that tragic spring, will it reopen her heart to God’s perfect shelter—and to Justin? Or will it drive her away again?

Clare’s Review

A little hard to follow at times with its time jumps, the story soon picks up pace as Elaine and Justin both try to put their pasts behind them and move on. With two characters you immediately bond with and at times wish you could knock their heads together to make them see sense, this book will keep you reading to the last page

3 ½ Tea Cups!

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