Greater Love (#03 in Tides Of Truth Series)
No greater love hath man than this: that he would lay down his life for a friend. As a result of her first-rate work as a law clear, Tami Taylor has been offered a coveted position as associate partner...
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No greater love hath man than this: that he would lay down his life for a friend.
As a result of her first-rate work as a law clear, Tami Taylor has been offered a coveted position as associate partner in one of Savannah's oldest and most prestigious law firms. Though her strong faith and convictions are valued by the firm's partners, Tami struggles to discern if God's will for her career is elsewhere. Meanwhile, Tami must protect a young client named Jessie who is on the run from some shady characters. Her association with Jessie puts Tami in mortal danger. With her life on the line, Tami falls in love and discovers the power of romantic love forged by the activity of the Holy Spirit.
^The Tides of Truth series follows one lawyer's passionate pursuit of truth--in matters of life and the law. ^As the storm clouds gather, Tami does her best to weather the growing turbulence in every area of her life. ^She's just accepted a job with a law firm but now wonders if she made the right decision. She has two strong men vying for her heart--and is about to lose them both if she can't determine which one is right for her. ^And Tami's new case is anything but simple. When she first meets her prospective client, she immediately knows the rough young teen is lying, guilty...and utterly terrified of something beyond the charges she's facing. What she doesn't realize is just how far reaching the effects of the case will go. Or how close to home the deadly results will hit. For by the time the storm breaks, someone close to Tami will have paid the ultimate price. ^Through it all, Tami will experience greater sacrifice, greater friendship, and greater love than she's ever
Whitlow is a Merit Scholar graduate of Furman University and the University of Georgia School of Law. He has been in private legal practice since 1976.