Greater Love by Carol Kinsey


Release Date: October 11, 2015

Publisher: Create Space

ISBN:  9781505827583

Genre: Contemporary / Romance / Christian

Carol Kinsey has done it once again! Greater Love is a must read!

Trey Netherland is an undercover FBI agent posing as Rainey Meadows’ boyfriend. Rainey Meadows has been deceived. She wants answers. He wants to catch the bad guy. When they find themselves in the middle of Columbia, Trey and Rainey realize that they are searching for different things. Without giving too much away, Rainey loses her memory and is trying to figure out who she is. Trey finds himself torn between the lies and he has told her and the Truth that is fighting to reach his heart. Tangled in a dangerous plot, can Rainey trust the man whose lies put her heart in turmoil? Will Trey finally cry out to the only One Who can truly set him free? There is only one Truth and it’s in Him they find Greater Love.

This isn’t your cliche contemporary betrayal story. There is so much more to it. This is a story of a Christian girl who is trying to live her life for God but finds herself betrayed by the guy she thought she was madly in love with. She finds herself in a tangle of lies and has no idea what is going on or who to trust.

Rainey’s character is refreshing. She doesn’t have the greatest upbringing but is a Christian who longs to grow closer to God. She is the kind of girl that has high standards for guys. She doesn’t date just any guy and her number one rule is that he must be a born-again Christian. I found that refreshing because I wish more girls were like her in that aspect.

Trey is not a follower of Jesus Christ for a majority of the book. Pretending to be Rainey’s boyfriend is hard work. He finds himself attending a Christian college, a Bible study and spending a lot of time with other Christians. Rainey is so in love with God that she is constantly encouraging him to read the Bible with her. She plays a major impact in his life.

There is so much more than I can tell you about this story but I don’t want to give too much away because so much happens! I was not expecting so many twists and turns. It has all of the feels. I laughed, I cried, I cheered. I absolutely loved the plot! There are also themes of salvation, forgiveness, putting complete trust in God, sharing your faith with others, and so much more. God is a huge aspect of the book and readers will find themselves being pointed towards God.

I highly recommend this!

Disclaimer: I received a copy of this book from the author for my honest review, which I have given. I was not required to write a positive review and have not been compensated for it in any way. All opinions expressed are my own.

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7149066About Carol Kinsey

Carol Kinsey is the author of Greater Love, Until Proven Innocent, and Under the Shadow of a Steeple. Along with her three Christian fiction novels, Carol has authored a writing curriculum, Creative Writing Through Literature, which launched in 2016. She is also a contributing author for Relationships Under Construction and several other publications. Carol partners with authors, Amy C. Blake and Colleen Scott, speaking on developing the writer in yourself and your child. Carol, her husband, and their daughters live on a farm in rural Ohio. She and her husband have been involved in youth ministry for over twenty years and currently serve at a small country church, which inspired her novel, Under the Shadow of a Steeple. Carol has a passion for writing exciting fiction that uplifts, encourages, and gives glory to God.

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