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Review: Who I Am With You

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Review: Who I Am With You

Who I Am With You by Robin Lee Hatcher
Reviewed by: Pam Graber
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Publisher: Thomas Nelson
Publication Date: December 11, 2018

Who I Am With You begins Robin Lee Hatcher’s Legacy of Faith series, and what a great start! Using a dual timeframe, Hatcher shows her readers that today’s problems aren’t really so different from those experienced by our great-grandparents years ago, but the solution remains the same – faith in the God who stands with us through our trials.

Jessica Mason wants nothing more than to be left alone to lick her wounds. She learned of her husband’s betrayal mere hours before he and their six-year-old daughter were killed in a car accident. How can she possibly reconcile a loving God with losing her family? When she discovers that, to top everything off, she is pregnant, all she wants is to hide from the world.

Ridley Chesterfield also wants to hide. An IT specialist for the Tammy Treehorn campaign, his good name has been destroyed by accusations that have had statewide impact. It doesn’t seem to matter that he’s innocent. He travels to his parents’ cabin in Hope Springs and begins completing some of the renovations they want done. Rescuing a dog that shows up on his doorstep is a first step back to the world of the living. Meeting his next door neighbor, however, is the jolt his heart needs.

As Jessica reads her great-grandfather’s Bible, she discovers a man of deep faith with wisdom even for her situation. Can Jessica and Ridley help each other to both forgive those who hurt them deeply, and to crawl out and join the living again? Will they discover that love might just be worth risking their hearts for?

I loved this story, both Jessica and Ridley’s and Andrew and Helen’s. I grieved with each of them for what they were dealing with and could definitely understand pulling away from the world – for a time. I loved how their friends kept loving them, too.

This book deals heavily with themes of forgiveness, and asks the question, Is there anything we can’t forgive? It also points readers to the Source of all comfort. Robin Lee Hatcher is always a MUST READ AUTHOR for me and she did not disappoint with this story! I highly recommend!

Rated G: No worries in this one.

Reviewer’s copy was purchased personally.

 

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