Justice Quinn - Reviewed

Wednesday, March 28, 2012

Book Blurb
Andrew McKenzie has lived most of his life tormented by guilt and pain, haunted by the secrets of his past. When he is hired to work for Sienna and Jonathan Driscoll, his life changes more drastically than he could have ever imagined. Before long, Drew learns that this is not an ordinary job. There is definitely something unusual about the Driscoll family—especially their son, Justice Quinn.Drew is introduced to the Driscolls’ daughter, Bella Maura, with whom he shares a special bond. As his relationship with Bella develops, Drew learns that he is not the only one hiding a secret. Each new day brings with it shocking revelations about the unique spiritual gifts of the Driscolls, and their God-given obligation to people suffering at the hands of the darkness and evil of the world. Where is God’s justice? Does anyone hear the prayers of the abused, those too broken and weak to defend themselves? Why does it seem that so often the unjust escape punishment on the earth? Justice Quinn deals with each of these questions, as well as the concept of intercessory prayer, in order to help us understand why God’s timing must be reverenced.

My Thoughts:  When Drew is hired by the Driscolls to take care of their horses he has no idea what he is in for. Johnathon tells him that what he sees he is to forget. Little does Drew know that he was ordained to be at the Driscolls  for that time. God had it planned before Drew even knew it. Drew is drawn to Bella and their relationship develops, he is quite smitten with her, yet he can't figure out why. It is Bella who is able to help him with his past and pain.
I found myself immersed in this book, and  read it straight through. Dawn paints a beautiful picture with her words. This is one of those books you think about long after you close the last page.
The Driscolls are a family using their gifts for God to minister to the hurting, and that in itself makes you stop and think, God, am I being used by you.
A definite must read!


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