Thursday, December 15, 2011

The Weight of Shadows by Alison Strobel

Kim is haunted by a tragic mistake in her past. She tries everything to deal with the pain and the guilt, but when she meets Rick, she think she has found everything she needs to be happy, but she only finds a new way to deal with her pain and guilt. Joshua knows more about Rick than Kim thinks he does, but he has enough of his own problems to deal with, until his life intersects with Debbie, who runs a shelter for abused women. But Debbie is hiding her own secret. Then Joshua tries to help Kim, only to get her in more trouble with Rick. Will Kim leave Rick and find true freedom? Will Debbie’s secret come to light? Will Joshua be able to handle his own problems as well as help Kim?
This is one of Strobel’s best books thus far. I have now read all of her books to date, and my favorites are Reinventing Rachel, Composing Amelia, and The Weight of Shadows. I continue to look forward to any other books Strobel has in the future!
I received this book free from Zondervan for the purpose of this review.

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