Christian Fiction


Hands of Grace (Potter’s House Books (Two) Book 4) 
By Brenda Anderson.


She’s always looked for love in the wrong places. He wants nothing to do with love.Rita Dunlap has a history of looking for love in the wrong places, but this time, she’s got it right. Her heart surgeon boyfriend has hinted at proposing, along with letting her sickly mother live with them once they’re married.But then she learns her boyfriend isn’t a doctor at all, but a drug trafficker who’s involved her in his scheme. Not only did she get love wrong, but she’s unwittingly placed both her and her mother’s lives in danger.Love is the last thing on Officer Daniel Winter’s mind. Twice-burned, he’s locked up his heart for good. But when he goes undercover as a handyman to protect the cute and quirky Rita Dunlap, he discovers he’s not only guarding her and her mother, but his heart as well.Rita wants to trust Daniel, wants to believe his work around her house doesn’t come with a price, but she’ll need to let go of her past mistakes to open her heart to the future.


Brenda Anderson captivated me with this story from the beginning of the book till the end.

Getting blindsided again had gotten Rita in problem with the law and she had to be under protection coupled up with the fact that she was a permanent caregiver to her mum. I admired the fact that she dropped everything and came home to take care of her mum. I was sad when everything collapsed around her but also giddy that it made her paths cross with Daniel. He had been burnt by love several times and wanted nothing to do with love. Rita seem to be always gullible to the wrong men. I admired how Daniel went over and beyond for Rita and her mother and how he seemed to understand the both of them.

I loved how both of them learnt to lean on God, trust him and pray when things got out of hands.

This book will warm your hearts and it is a wonderful story about caregivers.

I received a copy of this book and this is my honest opinion.