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My Hope Next Door Paperback – September 13, 2016
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Tammy L. Gray lives in the Dallas area with her family. They love all things Texas, including the erratic weather patterns. She writes modern Christian romances with true-to-life characters and culturally relevant plotlines. She believes that hope and healing can be found through high-quality fiction that inspires and provokes change. Writing has given her a platform to combine her passion with her ministry.
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I have enjoyed all the books by Tammy L. Gray that I have read, so when I saw this new title, I bought it. Her stories open your eyes to the fact that everyone needs God, especially those who seem to be pushing Him away with both hands. There are so many things to consider before passing judgment too quickly on any individual.
This book has been in my shelf for a long time. And I think it was the perfect time that I read it because I do needed some insights. same thing happened to me when i read the Winsor series. like the book was calling me in to read it in the time I need it most. I swear, God works in mysterious ways.
anyway, going back to the book. it's definitely about healing. it's not about finding that relationship with the Lord, but this time actually maintaining it while swerving in the complications of life.
i liked Katie very much. she was established as someone who is strong willed but not in aggressive way. and i loved that she slipped that part of her though, because she is definitely human. same goes too Asher. though I saw him as a perfect love interest, i'm so glad that the author mentioned that he's not. he has his own insecurities and weaknesses that just makes him so much more real.
the minor characters/antagonists in this book is [for me] a bit milder than the author's previous works. but then again Katie was made to be her own enemy in this story. so i guess that is why. i loved that almost all of them are driven to this certain emotion toward Katie that it definitely was challenging for her.
though this book was definitely Katie's story, I did wish that Asher's story also molded more in the book. it just felt as if it was resolved too early.
the romance aspect in this book is truly beautiful. i loved the author's works because she dives into a not-so written aspect of Christian romance, which is sex. I just love how she always knows that these characters have feelings of wanting physical intimacy that rarely pops up in other contemporary Christian romances. i just think it's brave and important especially how society works today.
this book is wonderful and and definitely is deserving of a RITA award. it has everything and more and that's what makes this book special. i will definitely not be a stranger to her work amd would love to explore it more.
*i won an eARC copy of this book from a giveaway