Genesis 5020

Stories for His Glory

The Memory House by Rachel Hauck April 16, 2019

Filed under: Book Reviews,Uncategorized — Melissa Finnegan @ 5:37 pm
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Harper’s second chance at life will become a second stint in prison if anyone connects those two dead men to her. 

Nutfield, New Hampshire, is as good a place as any to hide from the murderer Harper left behind in Maryland. All she has to do is lie low and make enough money to keep herself and Red alive until she can figure out who her enemies are.

Jack Rossi isn’t sure what to make of his beautiful new tenant and her confused grandfather. Something’s not right, but the love he sees between them and the care she takes of the old man convinces Jack they’re trustworthy. As drawn as he is to Harper, she’s his tenant, so she’s off limits.

Derrick, Harper’s ex-boyfriend and Red’s grandson, needs to find his grandfather and get his hands on the old man’s money before Derrick ends up with a bullet in the skull. And when he gets his hands on Harper, she’ll be sorry for what she’s put him through.

Harper and Jack grow closer, but so do her enemies. If Harper can’t trust Jack with the truth, she may lose more than just this glimpse of true love. She may lose her freedom—or her life.

My thoughts:

Rachel is a master storyteller and this book is just more proof of that.

She holds nothing back in this latest release. She shows us broken characters that desperately need redemption that can only come from the Savior.

Beck is a bit tough to like at first, she is so hard on the outside but her tenderness we see early on helps take some of that edge away.

Bruno is trying to build his life back up and find himself in the mess that comes after a job lose.

Bring these two together, with Beck not even remembering Bruno, and it makes for an engrossing read.

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Grab your copy at your local bookstore, Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Christianbook.com or your favorite retailer.

A copy of this book was given to me. All opinions are my own. 

 

 

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