Coming to this trilogy's conclusion had me a little down. But that's because I'd picked up "Deeper Water," read a few pages and thought that this was going to really be stupid. Yet, as the pages continued to turn, I found myself asking my wife to order me "Higher Hope," which happens to be my favorite out of all three books. In "Greater Love," Whitlow not only keeps the reader's attention with a good conclusion, he offers a challenge. He writes about giving more of yourself. He speaks of love in simple terms. And sometimes, simple is all you need to get a hard point across.
Welcome back to a new and improved world of Tami! She has passed the bar exam, and she's accepted a position at a firm that has a three cord hold that just might prove pretty tough. And as far as men go, Zach and Vince both seek the affection of Tami, and Zach demands that she chooses one or the other. And to make matters a little more complicated, the judge gives Tami a client who's been through the ringer. It seems quite obvious that young Jessie is not telling the complete truth about everything, yet is terrified of something. And Tami goes through a whirlwind of emotions as everything seems to come into play. Yet with the prayers and advice of her parents, Tami chooses to press on!
While Whitlow didn't load this up with every page action packed, he did do a great job of putting it together. For a long time I've been just a little on the fence about him. Some people have written him off, and they won't read him anymore. But unlike them, I'm reading him because I like him! I'm just going to let you know that right away. He's earned a spot on my bookshelf for years to come. With "Greater Love," he actually took me back to a place I haven't been to in quite sometime. Just another reason to keep Whitlow around. That's because greater things are going to come from the pen of Robert Whitlow. I think he'll be better than Randy Singer before we all know it! Can't wait for his next release.