Winter's Verdict, the second book of the Grace Restored Series, continues Katie MacKenna's story. Even though her roommate in college was murdered right before break, Katie chose to stay on the nearly deserted campus. During that time, she is approached with an opportunity that may affect her aspirations to be an FBI agent. With the challenges ahead of her, will her heart experience a winter thaw or will she continue on as the Ice Queen?
|Product dimensions:||5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.68(d)|
|Age Range:||13 - 18 Years|
About the Author
CJ Peterson grew up in a military Christian home, but it was far from tranquil. Many of life’s lessons were hard ones. Through the encouragement of her husband, CJ was able to rekindle the creativity she thought she had lost. While the stories are fiction, the journey is real.
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Winter's Verdict: Grace Restored Series - Book Two based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Winter’s Verdict is the second book in the Grace Restored series by C.J. Peterson that is another gripping story that is filled with humanity and emotion all the way through. An unpredictable tale that is written with great spirit and integrity. I love the author's refreshing stories that are suspenseful and easy to follow, filled with positive messages. This series is listed under Christian fiction but you don't have to be religious to enjoy them and they never feel preachy. Sharing good values never gets old. I liked returning back to Katie's story and getting further into her saga. She is a likable character and relatable. I really enjoyed this latest installment and I look forward to the next book in this entertaining series. The author knows how to pull on your heart strings and capture your attention. The ups and downs had me eager to know how this all would turn out. Winter’s Verdict is another great escape into something powerfully moving. I thoroughly enjoyed the twists and the realistic characters. Great story full of heart and humanity. Quote ~ "I have the feeling we're going to need all the friends we can get in the next coming days. I know several students left the school for good, but when the rest return, people will still be recovering from the blow that someone was actually killed. They were on edge before, but this will be like navigating the blizzard from Christmas Eve. People won't know who to trust," Seb said, somberly.