This is the first of two book giveaways I’ll be having this week in honor of Mother’s Day.
The really nice folks at WaterBrook Press/Multnomah Books sent me two copies of Enduring Justice—one to read and one to give away. I was drawn in by the book summary’s promise of characters that choose healing in the midst of deep woundedness. One of my ministry passions is that people would learn to passionately pursue wholeness, so I thought I’d give this book a chance.
After the 50 page rule I decided this book wasn’t for me.
So, I have 2 copies to give away. These will go to the first two people who leave a comment requesting a copy.
Here’s the book summary:
In Enduring Justice, Hanna Kessler’s childhood secret has remained buried for over two decades. But when the dark shadows of her past threaten to destroy those she loves, Hanna must face the summer that changed her life and the man who still haunts her thoughts.
Crimes Against Children FBI Agent, Michael Parker knows what it means to get knocked down. And when the system fails and a white supremacist is set free, Michael’s drive for retribution eclipses all else.
A racist’s well-planned assault forces Hanna and Michael to decide between executing vengeance and pursuing justice. When the attack turns personal, is healing still possible?
This thought-provoking novel deals with healing from sexual abuse, the balance of justice and mercy, and maintaining mixed-race friendships in the midst of racial tension. Readers who enjoy investigative thrillers by Dee Henderson, Colleen Coble, and Catherine Coulter, and who watch crime dramas like Law & Order: SVU, Criminal Minds, and Without a Trace will love this book—and the entire series.