Nov 12, 2012

The Way of Grace by Cathy Bryant

In pursuit of justice, in need of grace . . .

A justice-seeking perfectionist pursues her dream of a perfect life in her hometown of Miller’s Creek, Texas. Sidetracked by the desire to be a prosecuting attorney, Grace Soldano launches into uncharted waters, making herself over to please her boss and mentor. Then a disheveled free spirit turns her perfectly ordered world upside down, challenging the concept of personal goodness. A fall from perfection leaves Grace teetering between vengeance and grace, caught in a deadly crossfire that leaves her dreams in a heap of ashes. Can she learn to joyfully accept the life God has given her–far from perfect–but one completely immersed in His grace?

Cathy Bryant is the author of the Miller’s Creek Novels—Texas Roads, A Path Less Traveled, and The Way of Grace. Her desire is to write heart-stirring stories about God’s life-changing grace. Though Texas-born, she currently resides in the beautiful Ozark mountains of northwest Arkansas with her husband of thirty years and near the world’s cutest grandson. You can learn more about her and her books at and

The Way of Grace is book three in the Miller's Creek series, and my favourite of the entire series.

Miller's Creek is a close-knit community where everyone loves and supports each other. Grace has been away at law school and arrives back home to begin her career in earnest. She makes some unpopular decisions that nobody understands, yet she is secretly trying to protect those who mean the most to her. She finds herself in some very dangerous situations as she struggles to figure out who she can trust.

It was interesting and almost disheartening to see how the opinions of the entire town changed towards Grace, even though they didn't understand the whole picture. This was a true reflection of human nature and how we jump to conclusions, but not necessarily the correct ones.

Cathy Bryant has once again written a story that captured my attention from the start. Suspense, danger, drama and some sweet romance are all combined to make a great story of redemption, forgiveness and a second chance at happiness.  I highly recommend the entire Miller's Creek series.

Disclosure: Review copy received courtesy of Cathy Bryant, in exchange for my honest review.

1 comment:

  1. This definately looks like something I would enjoy. Thanks. I don't think I've ever read anything by this author.
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