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How can one woman prove she’s been Changed Somehow?

Changed Somehow by Chloe Flanagan: Book Review

About the Book:

Title: Changed Somehow

Author: Chloe Flanagan

Genre: Contemporary Christian Romance

Release Date: March 31, 2020

Is her change of heart real, or is it just another role?

New York City actress, Natalie Rivers is a taker. She found out years ago that she has to look out for herself because no one else will. But when she loses a coveted role and her home in the same day, she is forced to take a painful look at her life and attitude. She struggles through her crisis alone, until her path collides with an eccentric pair of friends who show her the unexpected beauty of caring for others.

In the midst of finding love and a sense of purpose, Natalie’s perspective is changing. But when the heartbreak and mistakes of her past catch up with her, she will have to answer an important question: is new life possible or is she simply playing a part?

Changed Somehow, a contemporary Christian romance, is Book 7 in The Potter’s House Books Series Two. Stories of ‘hope, redemption and second chances.’ Read all of The Potter’s House Books and be blessed.

Book Review:

Chloe Flanagan has once again pulled me heart and soul into a brand new world. Having never been to New York, seeing the city through Natalie’s eyes brought out a new measure of appreciation for a beautiful cityscape.

Natalie began as one of those characters who you’re not quite sure how you feel about her. She’s selfish and self-centered but seems to have at least a little bit of something left in her heart. When faced with the needs of children, she cannot resist stepping in to help, a trait I found noteworthy and at the center of Natalie’s true heart.

A beautiful story of redemption and God’s abounding love.

If I might suggest a book, I recommend this one for certain. Chloe Flanagan has done a marvelous job of showing God’s great love and His ability to change a heart

I received a complimentary copy of this book. I was not required to leave a positive review. All thoughts and opinions expressed are my own.

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