Grace Immeasurable (Shadows Over Whitman-Book 3) by Gina Holder

Publisher’s Summary

She’s a modern day damsel. He’s her self-appointed knight. Who will rescue whom?

Kylie just wants to run her café without people thinking she’s a damsel-in-distress. That proves difficult when a man claiming to be her half-brother reveals buried family trauma and forces Kylie to face the scars of her childhood.

Peter doesn’t mean to be a knight in shining armor, but as her proverbial big brother, he decides to uncover the truth about Kylie’s semi-sibling, while trying to make peace with his own mistakes.
Unearthing the past leads to a danger greater than either ever expected. In the end, who will rescue whom?

The first book of Gina Holder’s three “Shadows Over Whitman” series that I read was Grace Immeasurable (Book 3). However, it functions well as a stand-alone.

The primary character is Kylie Phillips. She is barely eighteen and possesses the paradoxical duality and juxtaposition of being both incredibly mature and having the downright foolishness of a child, which naturally causes the reader to have numerous moments of both admiration and annoyance or frustration with her. Due to her trusting and kind nature, which is similar to that of a young child, Kylie often finds herself in risky circumstances. Each time she’s betrayed, my heart broke for her.

Peter Brunner is Kylie’s best friend and self-proclaimed protector, placing him in a precarious position since Kylie resents his sometimes over protective qualities.

Beginning with brief glimpses into Kylie’s life, Grace Immeasurable offers an early indication of what is to come. The heart-wrenching insights and revelations give perspective to her proclivities and temperament.

The story keeps you guessing from beginning to end with unexpected complexity and fluctuations. The transformations and maturation of the characters was gratifying and encouraging.

I appreciated the faith elements along with the theme of forgiveness, and the unique way one character gave his testimony.

I’m eager to read the remaining two volumes in the series. I know I’m going to be in for a real treat if they are even half as good as Grace Immeasurable!

I received a complimentary advance review copy of this book from the author. All opinions are my own and I am voluntarily leaving this review.

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