Book three in Nicole Young’s three book Patricia Amble series.
Patricia has lost some of her memory and her name, she finds herself in California staying with Brad’s mentor, Dr. Denton.
Since she has no job, and no past she can go back to, Tish finds herself relying on Dr. Denton for her immediate needs of food, shelter, clothing, and protection. He persuades her to enroll in college and she finds herself growing spiritually, emotionally, and socially.
All the while she is tormented by the separation from Brad and her family/home back in Michigan.
Part of her college education is working on a block of houses for impoverished people who need a home for their families. Not only are her skills as a renovator put to the test, but she is pushed to reach out and become a more rounded person.
If you have read Love Me If You Must and Kill Me If You Can, then this is a must read! You don’t want to miss this third book in the series. In some ways it is my favorite of the three. Nicole Young wraps things up in this last book that are left hanging in books one and two.
I can’t say that Nicole Young’s Patricia Ambles series is an especially inspiring set of books from a Christian perspective, but other than dead bodies popping up and some violence, the books are not filled with objectionable material.