Grace that’s Greater Still


“This is the perfect addition to the Grace series. I absolutely loved it. The characters are real. You will cheer for them. You will cry for them. There are unexpected twists and turns. Michelle does an excellent job of bringing it all together. I anxiously waited for this book after reading the first two. It was well worth the wait.” ~ Amazon reviewer

“This is a story that will tug on your heart as you root for main character Melody, in her journey to freedom and healing. Highly recommend!” ~Rosemary Hines, author of the Sandy Cove series

Quick to serve her church and community, Melody Harrison is a ray of sunshine wherever she goes. Secretly, though, fear shadows her spirit. Her drive to do more, to serve, to never say no, has become a slave master. If she stops, her guilt will obliterate her ministry, her marriage, her family. She knows she’s not worthy, but losing them is a price she isn’t willing to pay.

Councilman Shane Harrison leads a picture-perfect life—an image he is both proud and protective of. He has an adoring wife and son, and a reputation built on impeccable ethics. One interview at a time, Shane is solidifying his place as a pillar in the community—until a series of startling revelations sends a hammer crashing down on everything he knows.

The mirage of their charmed life gives way to the ugly truth—they are, in fact, broken vessels, lost in a great expanse of rubble. Is there hope that God’s grace might be greater still?