Mending Places (New Heights Series #1)

Mending Places (New Heights Series #1)

by Denise Hunter
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Mending Places (New Heights Series #1) 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 12 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Powerful story. Not light-reading material, that's for sure. But a great story about forgiveness and mercy, and relying on God during the difficult times in your life.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Won't read the rest of the series. Very slow and boring for me. Very dissapointed because I normaly like Denise Hunter.
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Guest More than 1 year ago
Where do we draw the line? Are some things too big for us--or for God--to forgive? Denise Hunter tackles this question in a way that shows God's ability to transform broken lives. A highly recommended read.
Guest More than 1 year ago
It took a brave author to write a story like this! But she pulled it off with flying colors. The climax is stunning and emotional, and exemplifies the meaning of grace. An incredible story of healing and forgiveness, love and redemption.
Guest More than 1 year ago
What a book! It has been a while since I could hardly put a book down until it was done. This is one of those books. I cannot wait to read the next one. This is the first one of a new series. Denise Hunter is excellent. I also loved the fact that a Beth Moore Bible study was used as part of the story, I am currently going through a Beth Moore Study, and that was an interesting element. Give this one a shot!
MichelleSutton More than 1 year ago
Mending Places interested me from the beginning. I read the back cover and wanted to see how the author worked through the conflict. It was a bit slow to start (for me,) but once I got into it, I couldn't put it down. The conflict with her sister's marriage was realistic and gut-wrenching, and I wish it had turned out with a happier ending, but hey, that's not reality. In regards to Hanna, I liked the way the author brought everything to a climax toward the ending. I felt Micah's pain as well as Hanna's. It is a wonderful story of forgiveness. Though it may seem unrealistic to some, I've known people in weirder situations. I liked the redemption piece and felt like the author handled the resolution beautifully. I also like the passion and edgy feel to the story. Kudos!