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Called “the John Grisham of the Christian market” (Augusta Chronicle), best-selling author Robert Whitlow draws from extensive courtroom experience to deliver riveting legal thrillers. Defending teenaged runaway Jessie Whitewater against a shoplifting charge, new attorney Tami Taylor must determine why Jessie insists on lying to her—and why the teen is so terrified. But when the hand of evil strikes close to home, Tami finds herself gripped by the same fear.

©2010 Robert Whitlow (P)2011 Recorded Books,LLC

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  • Joseph
  • Barton, NY, USA
  • 04-30-12

Great Story!

What did you love best about Greater Love?

Great story that captures your attention

Any additional comments?

This was a great book. Warning, it is a Christian book with Biblical themes. Don't get this book and complain about the Christian themes in it. For those of you who are believers, this book challenges your faith to believe if what God can speak, reveal and do ... yes, even today.

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I think this book was amaxing....I love it!!!!!

I love how Tammy clung to her faith throughout the whole book. She was also seeking God ' s approval for her life . She was a witness of light into a dark world . Tammy got respect from everyone because she did not compromised her faith she followed what the bible said and loved her Father God ..She was a great example of what our lives are suppose to be. I just got done reading all of Charles Martin books. I'm so happy audible suggested this aughor. I am so happy to find anther great authors .. ..

1 of 1 people found this review helpful

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This book was a blessing!

the whole series was wonderful. I experienced the journey right along with the characters. love the way it ended but sad the series is over.

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Wow!

Even though each of us have a different walk with God the end result is the same. It's the inward person that he sees. What a wonderful story between Zach and Tammy. I really enjoyed this series by Robert Whitlow and Suzy Jackson's narration. Full of mystery and fun.

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Couldn't put it down

A beautiful sweet story of love the way it wasp meant to be. It was full of suspense and love not just between a man and woman but also between friends, friends of all ages. Well done, hope to find out more about Jessie!

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It's more romance than mystery. Read series from beginning.

End of a good clean series. It ends predictably but the courageous preacher and Whitewater are are so engaging you care about their outcomes in the plot. The cut and paste background on the protagonist's family and farm from the first book could have been reworked and enhanced to discourage skimming. Mrs Fontemore and her Chihuahua remained a consistently admirable keystone in the plot. (I misspelled her name)

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This book is more for pre-teens

I normally like Robert Whitlow's books, but this one was hard to enjoy. It was cheesy and so predictable. I just think it's not one of his best.

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Okay

It wasn't bad. Guess I was in the mood for something more exciting. Reader was just okay.

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You can live the life!

What did you love best about Greater Love?

I could give it to my teenage granddaughters to read to enjoy and<br/>to see how we can live for Christ and still live in the world. Held<br/>interest with story and a little mystery as well.

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  • Daryl
  • Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
  • 12-09-13

A fitting end to the Grilogy

Would you listen to Greater Love again? Why?

Yes. I found that it tied together all the loose ends of the series very well, showing the growth of Tami, Zack, Vince, Julie, and the rest.

What was one of the most memorable moments of Greater Love?

The proposal.

What about Suzy Jackson’s performance did you like?

She did a very good job with accents, inflection, and descrption.

Any additional comments?

As I have stated in my previous reviews of this series, I found this was more a character-driven spiritual journey than a legal thriller. I enjoyed the character development and the growing relationships between the characters, and this book did have more action than Greater Love.<br/><br/>I was disappointed in Tami's continual friendship with the whacky minister - for someone who had such grounding in Scripture, the idea of her going back on her word based on the cryptic words of this woman made my teeth clench in frustration. But all in all, this was a fitting end to the series! I would love to see a book 5-10 years in the future to see what happens to everyone... but categorizing these books as legal thrillers does lead one astray.