When it Rains
(The Potter’s House Series Book 2)
By: T.K. Chapin
The Potter’s House series is a 21 book series written by different authors. The books are stand-alone books, only linked by theme, so they can be read in any order.
Hannah’s world was turned upside down; the day she discovered her husband had been living a double life and had another whole family. To make matters worse, two years after her divorce, her sixteen year old daughter, Kayla, dropped another bombshell…she was pregnant! She was devastated because Kayla was her responsibility and how could she have let it happen? Hannah blamed herself because she took time to focus on her healing after her divorce.
After learning of Kayla’s pregnancy, Hannah made the decision to move her away from Flagstaff, Arizona and her boyfriend. Both of them needed a new start and Eastern Washington would give them the chance to do just that.
Luke’s father needed a caregiver. When Hannah told him she would take the job, he felt nothing but relief, except…his father was not an easy man to care for. They had already been through several caregivers…hopefully Hannah would be different. He needed a break.
Neither Hannah nor Luke had any intentions of falling in love, but…God had other plans.
Although their lives were filled with many trials, they found healing in the solitude of the ranch in Eastern Washington, along with God’s grace. Through their days of despair, with God, they found hope, healing and forgiveness.
Hannah’s efforts to show Luke’s father her Christian attitude; helped him find joy in God once more.
Hannah and Kayla’s story will break your heart, so have the tissues ready…but it will also make you smile and once you have read the last page, you will walk away with a renewed hope in Christ. It is amazing how God can take something devastating and use it for His glory!
Disclaimer: I received this pre-release eBook from the author, T.K. Chapin for free to read and review. (I also did purchase my own copy). I was not required to give a favorable review only an honest review, nor was I compensated for my review. All thoughts and comments in this review are my own.