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Open Preview See a Problem? Details if other :. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Preview — Higher Hope by Robert Whitlow. The Tides of Truth series follows one lawyer's passionate pursuit of truth--in matters of life and the law. Competition is tough at the Savannah law firm where Tami Taylor serves as a law clerk. But Tami's work sets her apart--and the firm's partners see something special in her.

So they assign her to a libel case against an abrasive, outspoken preacher who is either a prop The Tides of Truth series follows one lawyer's passionate pursuit of truth--in matters of life and the law. So they assign her to a libel case against an abrasive, outspoken preacher who is either a prophet or a lunatic. On the surface it appears to be an open and shut case; the preacher seems fully outside the bounds of law.

And Tami's strict religious upbringing could be the firm's ace-in-the-hole. But as the investigation continues, Tami is troubled by the preacher's uncanny prophetic abilities. And their client seems to be hiding something. Tami returns to her hometown, struggling with several critical choices--as two very different men from the firm vie for her heart. Just when the challenges seem insurmountable, hope for Tami arrives from a surprising place. And it's a higher hope than she's ever imagined.

Get A Copy. Paperback , pages. Published April 13th by Thomas Nelson first published More Details Original Title. Tides of Truth 2. Other Editions 6. Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Higher Hope , please sign up. Lists with This Book. Community Reviews. Showing Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Jun 22, Sarah rated it it was amazing Shelves: reads , contemporary. If I tried to explain this book to a friend, they would say it was boring.

However, this book is gripping, compelling, and so different from most of the books in the Christian-fiction market. I highly recommend it. The homeschool family was a bit over the top, but still a mostly postive veiw on homeschooling and conservitive values. View 2 comments.

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Oct 30, Jessica rated it did not like it. It follows the main character as she works as a summer clerk in a law firm. The confusing part is her super conservative faith- i never quite figured out if the author is applauding her hard core conservative faith or using it for shock value And because of that faith, i had several questions: 1.

Why bother "courting" if you are going to lead on 2 guys anyway? She agrees to court Zach a lawy this book seemed very illogical and strange. She agrees to court Zach a lawyer at the firm though still sees Vince and is "torn" between the two, not sure which she's supposed to be with. Isn't courting a decision to sse one person with the end goal being marriage? Very unbelievable and unrealistic. Not looking forward to any other books by this author.

Oct 05, Pamela Poole rated it it was ok. I had "higher hope" for this series, because I like the author and saw a lot of great food for thought in the first book that I expected to be explored in the series it's also the only title whose cover seemed to have anything to do with the story--but that's typical of big publishing houses and beyond the author's control. This story and the next, "Greater Love," promised a lot that never came through.

Both had some good moments and I enjoyed some laughs out loud at certain interactions, but I I had "higher hope" for this series, because I like the author and saw a lot of great food for thought in the first book that I expected to be explored in the series it's also the only title whose cover seemed to have anything to do with the story--but that's typical of big publishing houses and beyond the author's control.

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Both had some good moments and I enjoyed some laughs out loud at certain interactions, but I was truly disappointed and felt cheated from the reward of a good story. I never encounted a "walk through fire" that was promised for Zach or a "storm" that was promised for Tami, and finally, in exasperation, I went to the end of the last book to determine if I even wanted to spend time reading the series. I ended up scanning and reading what I thought might be worthwhile, and even then, was disappointed. So much time was spent on a setting and relationship with an elderly lady and with Tami's family that bogged down the story and did nothing to reward the reader for toughing it all out.

I want to think that the author's manuscript was simply a product of an editor with a machete. This could have been SO much more. Jul 31, Michael rated it really liked it Shelves: read-in It's always interesting to skim the list of people who add or add review a book on their feed. Sometimes you find a new perspective on an old favorite or a reason to pick up something you couldn't or didn't finish anew. Other times, you take a moment to reconsider a book or consider a new take on a book.

And then there are times when you wonder if you're not exactly the target demographic for a certain title. As I skimmed the reviews and readers for Robert Whitlow's "Higher Hope," I felt this migh It's always interesting to skim the list of people who add or add review a book on their feed. And I can see how a novel about a young woman's personal journey both professionally and romantically might not be the first book of choice to a lot of male readers. But since the series is by Robert Whitlow, one of my favorite authors, it wouldn't matter to me--I'd still pick up and read the book.

Interestingly my biggest criticism of the first installment in this series--too much interpersonal drama--is the biggest strength of this story. Part of it could be that since part one dispensed with introducing us to Tami, her family and her worldview, this novel has more room to get down to the business of telling its story. And the moments in which Tami is torn between her two suitors are some of the strongest in the novel.

Whitlow makes an interesting choice of making you both root for and against both suitors at various points in the story and not telegraphing who Tami's eventual choice could or should be. Meanwhile, the legal aspect of the novel is where the novel let me down.

Tami is brought in on a case of a local preacher whose church is on a site desired by a local developer. The preacher has made some comments that could be meet the legal definition of slander and the plan is to use the system to get the land from her that way. Tami is brought in because of her religious convictions as a ringer on the case and the more she discovers, the more torn she becomes about whether or not she's doing the right thing and how this case could impact her pursuit of the law in later years.

At times, the story is a fascinating, insightful one--mostly when we're looking into Tami's motivations and internal conflict. Where things fall down a bit are when Whitlow shifts the point of view to the preacher or during some of the legal maneuvering being done to try and win the case.

And since the legal system and its nuances have been a strength of many of Whitlow's previous novels, it makes that shortcoming in this story even more apparent. In the end, Tami is left with some decisions for her life and while the novel does wrap up one story, it leaves a lot of things open for the next installment.

The first novel had one pretty dramatic unresolved situation and this one has at least two. Apr 20, Cathy Bryant rated it really liked it. Set in beautiful Savannah, Georgia, it tells the story of Tami Taylor, a summer law clerk for the Braddock, Appleby and Carpenter law firm. Because of her strict religious upbringing, she is assigned to a case involving a caustic preacher-turned-prophet, who goes by the name of Sister Dabney. This poses a huge moral dilemma for Tami.

Will her conscience allow her to take part in a case against one of God's anointed? In addition to this quandry, she has not one, but two honorable Christian men vying for her attention--Zach Mays, an associate with the firm, and Vince Colbert, another summer intern. Several chapters near the beginning of the book cover the experience of Tami taking Zach to Powell Station, Georgia, a rural community where her parents, two sisters and two brothers live.

These chapters are tense and full of conflict since Tami's parents have raised her to respect their religious views concerning relationships with people outside their church. Even though Zach is a Christian, his own upbringing in a California communal-type church and the length of his hair, which he wears in a ponytail stand in sharp contrast to her parent's beliefs.

These opening chapters also serve to help us understand why Tami is the way she is, which helps us understand her behavior and reactions in later chapters of the book. Personally, I liked the first book better, however, still good 3. Her romance with a young lawyer in the firm , Zach Mays, is blossoming and they began to "court". Tammy is working a case with Mr. Carpenter involving the local Personally, I liked the first book better, however, still good 3.

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Carpenter involving the local "strange" preacher Sister Dabney who is able to see sins and call people on them. A local developer wants a good bit of property including Sister Dabney's church and she won't sell. Further, she starts harassing him because she knows he's a crook. Tammy's firm is representing the developer but she has a conflict of interest when she befriends Sister Dabney. Circumstances of life will challenge it, voices will deny it, but its walls can't be breached unless we open the gate.

It does speak of the hope we have in Jesus despite the crazy circumstances at play round us. And this is what appealed to me in this story. For a better shopping experience, please upgrade now. Javascript is not enabled in your browser. Enabling JavaScript in your browser will allow you to experience all the features of our site. Learn how to enable JavaScript on your browser.

NOOK Book. Large Print. The Tides of Truth series follows one lawyer's passionate pursuit of truth--in matters of life and the law. Competition is tough at the Savannah law firm where Tami Taylor serves as a law clerk. But Tami's work sets her apart--and the firm's partners see something special in her. So they assign her to a libel case against an abrasive, outspoken preacher who is either a prophet or a lunatic.

On the surface it appears to be an open and shut case; the preacher seems fully outside the bounds of law. And Tami's strict religious upbringing could be the firm's ace-in-the-hole. But as the investigation continues, Tami is troubled by the preacher's uncanny prophetic abilities. And their client seems to be hiding something. Tami returns to her hometown, struggling with several critical choices--as two very different men from the firm vie for her heart.

Just when the challenges seem insurmountable, hope for Tami arrives from a surprising place. And it's a higher hope than she's ever imagined. Robert Whitlow is the bestselling author of legal novels set in the South and winner of the Christy Award for Contemporary Fiction. Website: robertwhitlow.

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