Wednesday, September 26, 2018

Review: Place Called Home (The Potter's House #11) by Brenda S Anderson

Blurb (from Amazon):

All she wants is a settled place to call home.
He can't wait to make home a life-long road trip.

All Tessa Chanson ever wanted was a stable place to call home. She thought she'd found that when she moved in with Jared--until his home became her prison. When his control escalates, the only answer is to escape--an escape that's hampered when she falls and fractures her ankle.

While building his graphic design company, Nate Brooks is focused on the future he's dreamed of: traveling around the country from the comfort of his renovated school bus. But when he picks up a wounded, mysterious hitchhiker, those well-laid plans take a backseat to protecting her.

Hobbled by her injury, Tessa fears she'll never find freedom. Or has she found it with the family who graciously opens their home to her? And will Nate's protection put his family--and his heart--at risk?

My Review: 

Place Called Home is the eleventh installment from The Potter’s House series. It is by far my favorite book written by Brenda S Anderson to date. I instantly felt connected to Tessa. I was Tessa years ago. The author perfectly captured what an abuse victim goes through (at least with my experience). I would recommend it for those who are looking for hope, faith, and inspiration. 

A wonderful reminder that we are never alone.

5 plus stars.

Highly recommended!

I received this book from the author, but was not required to write a review. This review is 100% my own honest opinion.

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