The Redemption of Emma Devine

The Redemption of Emma Devine

by Nancee Cain


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The Redemption of Emma Devine by Nancee Cain

After the upheaval of being dumped by his girlfriend, David Patterson leads a quiet life as a high school teacher in the small Southern town of Pine Bluff, Alabama. Soon to enroll in seminary, his dreams are within his grasp.

But a chance encounter with Emma Devine changes everything. She's on the run, desperate, and surviving by any means possible. His pastor's heart longs to help her-and the rest of him is rather intrigued as well.

His random act of kindness brings them together, but Emma makes an unfathomable decision-one that threatens to destroy two lives, though her intention is to save one.

Four years later, Emma returns, seeking redemption. But can David-whose dreams took a very different course after their last meeting-forgive her and risk losing everything?

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780997613940
Publisher: Serrated Edge Publishing
Publication date: 10/13/2017
Pages: 248
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 1.25(h) x 9.00(d)

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The Redemption of Emma Devine 4.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
Lori_Hammons 18 days ago
Emma's story is heart-achingly sad. Then she meets David. It takes a while for her to realize meeting David is the best thing to happen to her. I could not put this book down until it was done. One day read.
jcresce1 23 days ago
This book definitely had all the feels. David was such a great guy, he really helped Emma in so many ways. He was her rock and there for her when she needed him. However, she was running from a horrible past and didn't know what to do. This book made me cry and was so incredible. You should definitely read this if you like tear jerkers, second chances, and love that can survive it all.
Samantha Lundergn 24 days ago
This was a sweet but heartbreaking story that exposes the effects of human trafficking. We met David in book one though I did not really care for him in that one. This book painted him in such a good light that I could not help but to root for him. Emma broke my heart with all that she had endured in her life that I wanted her to get her happy ending.
Victoria6 More than 1 year ago
Nancee Cain continues to entice her readers in the second moving tale from the Pine Bluff Novels. David Patterson is a devout Christian with plans to go to seminary and become a pastor. Still hurting from the sting of being dumped by his girlfriend, he plans to focus on his career. His life plans are interrupted when he encounters Emma Devine shoplifting at a food mart on Christmas Eve. Little does he know this chance meeting will change his life forever. Cain does not disappoint in this 2nd novel of the Pine Bluff series. The novel has some unexpected twists and turns that the reader will not expect. This is an emotional, romantic journey and a great ride! Although a stand alone novel, if you've read The Resurrection of Dylan McAthie, you'll have fun seeing the return of favorite characters.
OriginalChele More than 1 year ago
This is an incredible and moving story. I see David from a whole new perspective than I didn't iN The Resurrection Of Dylan McAthie. Kindness and love have been a part of his life from the beginning and he shows it in many different ways. Pain and indignity has been Emma's life with some moments of happiness. A chance encounter in a store changes both their lives. There are some elements that may be a trigger , but they are handle with care. I Recommend and Encourage all to read this story. 5 firework stars.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Emma is flawed and scared. David is loving and forgiving. Together their story brings the reader every emotion. I absolutely loved this book and can't wait for the next Nancee's Pine Bluff series. They bring "all the feels".
Momma_Becky More than 1 year ago
There aren't enough pretty words to describe just how much I loved this book. Emma and David's story is both heartbreaking and heartwarming, and had me from the start. The emotions run the gamut in this one and I felt every single one of them along with these terrific characters. Nancee Cain takes the "show, don't tell" rule to a whole new level as she pulls the reader into the town of Pine Bluff. The characters and their problems and everyday lives seem so real that when the last page is turned, I want to call them up to see how things are going. Emma's story touches on a dark and scary topic and her anguish and self-loathing is hard to read at times, but the most beautiful thing about this story for me was the underlying theme of hope and David exuded that in spades. Cain has given us another wonderfully written Pine Bluff novel and I will be anxiously awaiting my next visit to this charismatic town.