Oct 22, 2011

Rooms by James Rubart

On a rainy spring day in Seattle, young software tycoon Micah Taylor receives a cryptic, twenty-five-year-old letter from a great uncle he never knew. It claims a home awaits him on the Oregon coast that will turn his world inside out.

Suspecting a prank, Micah arrives at Cannon Beach to discover a stunning brand new nine-thousand square foot house. And after meeting Sarah Sabin at a nearby ice cream shop, he has two reasons to visit the beach every weekend.

When bizarre things start happening in the rooms of the home, Micah suspects they have some connection to his enigmatic new friend, Rick, the town mechanic. But Rick will only say the house is spiritual. This unnerves Micah because his faith slipped away like the tide years ago, and he wants to keep it that way.

But as he slowly discovers, the home isn't just spiritual, it's a physical manifestation of his soul, which God uses to heal Micah's darkest wounds and lead him into an astonishing new destiny.

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Micah thought he had it made, and life was fantastic. He had an extremely successful software company, a penthouse suite, millions of dollars in his bank account, and a beautiful girl that wanted to spend the rest of her life with him. Then he received a letter from a great uncle who died twenty plus years earlier. His life would never be the same.

Micah inherited a beautiful 9,000 square foot beach house, and from the first time he saw it ... it felt like home. Then strange things started happening in the house ... rooms appeared where they hadn't been before. And each room touched a different part of his soul and memories.

Micah must choose what is the most important in his life - making even more money to add to his millions, or pursuing a deep and meaningful life with God. I thoroughly enjoyed this book from cover to cover, and I will definitely be looking for more books written by James Rubart.

Disclosure: Ebook received through Net Galley, courtesy of B&H Publishing. I was not compensated for my thoughts.

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