It’s been quite awhile since I’ve picked up any Christian fiction, but “The House on Foster Hill”, by Jaime Jo Wright sounded intriguing- and so it proved to be. Edgier than your typical Christian novel, Wright’s story touches on the age-old practice of sex-trafficking. Wright’s characters demonstrate that hope can be found in even the most hopeless of situations, while her plot delves into the importance of forgiveness, of being slow to form judgments and open to hearing all the facts before drawing conclusions.
Well-rounded characters, an element of suspense and a nicely developed mystery make “The House on Foster Hill” an enjoyable read and a welcome departure from trite and predictable Christian novels.
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