Ripped from her family by the child welfare system, Sienna is taken in by compassionate Tamara Britton---but can the new friends overcome the pain of their pasts? 336 pages, softcover.
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Review 1 for Plenty Good Room
Date:September 18, 2007
The novel has mystery, love, romance and most of all God in it. Tamara Brittion's character makes you laugh,raise a quizzical eyebrow and cry all at the same time. All the characters are rich and contain may layers. It teaches one that God is indeed in control of everything. His strategy is like that of one player checkers or chess. Every move as a purpose, but it will not be known until the end. When I encountered this novel I was hooked until the last page.