The Outlaw's Redemption by Renee Ryan ~ Review

The Outlaw's Redemption (Charity House, #7)Lucie's Review:

Hunter is fresh out of prison, and ready to start a new life living out his new faith. But he is thrown for a loop when he finds out the he has a 9 year old daughter that he never knew he had.
Annabeth works at Charity House and knows from her own upbringing what an unstable home can do to a child so she is hesitant when Hunter wants to be a part of Sarah, his daughter's life.
Can love redeem what was lost.

Another great Charity House book, that brings back some familiar faces and introduces some new ones while also working well as a stand alone novel.

I really liked how Hunter was such a strong Christian man, and he showed that he had really changed. I loved how he always made and effort, even if sometimes it didn't turn out, he always tried, and it showed that he cared. I liked reading about how he grew his relationships and built a new life.

Overall a well written book with a lot of good points to it. There was a lot going on with many characters, it was fun seeing old characters pop up from previous books. Definitely a book worth reading.

I received this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. Thank you!

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