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A "nag" of a story
Reviewed in the United States on November 9, 2015
I would begin reading a bit of the story and the storyline drew me in such a way that even when I wasn't reading the book --I would think about it. It kept "nagging" at me to get back to reading the story. Grace, the main, character showed how naive she was to the world and even to trusting God. She thought she had life all figured out, but what she hadn't figured was that God is in control and he doesn't need our wealth but our hearts. Certainly money proved to have advantages and clues--the hero, Trevor James, modest and a gentleman. Jimmy figured out that Trevor must be"rich or something", but not Grace. Daniel, was evil--proving that evil can look good on the outside but truly ugly from inside. The story addresses control in a simple way--we can read how Daniel wanted to have Grace but on his terms and not in a way that is loving. His life was about being in control and getting what he wanted. Trevor and Grace had a different set of control issues--letting God be God and trusting him. This is a great read for anyone that needs to be reminded that you can't judge a person by his/her looks.