The second book in the Tides of Truth series is written with strong faith values readers have come to expect from Whitlow. The characters struggle with their faith in a realistic way, and the book isn't preachy. Characters from the first book in the series reappear, and new ones that will not be soon forgotten are introduced.

Tami Taylor is handed a libel case at the Savannah law firm where she's interning for the summer. Because it happens to be against a humble female street preacher who seems to have prophetic abilities, Tami feels conflicted. Her work may be the downfall of someone who only wants the best for people. When the case begins to get more intense and complicated, Tami's beliefs in herself and God are tested to their very core. (THOMAS NELSON, Apr., 400 pp., $14.99)
Reviewed by: 
Patsy Glans