The Forgiving Hour

The Forgiving Hour

Twelve years ago, Claire Porter thought her entire life was over when she learned that her husband, Dave, was having an affair with a young college student. Following their divorce, Claire started over, including changing back to her maiden name of Conway.

Claire now feels pretty good about her accomplishments. She has raised a wonderful son, Dakota; enjoys her work; and finally has a new love. When Dakota informs her that he is engaged, she looks forward to meeting his fiancée, even as she wonders if 31-year-old Sara Jennings is too old for her "little" six-foot-plus boy.

Secrets never stay buried long, and only God can help Claire find forgiveness when betrayal comes back to haunt her.

Title:The Forgiving Hour
Edition Language:English
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    The Forgiving Hour Reviews

  • Lu Bielefeld

    I didn't know the work of the author, and I was surprised positively.The story holds your attention from start to finish, but I confess that not everyone will like it because of the Christian referenc...

  • Paula Stiles

    Ew. This book is gross. It's written well enough from a technical standpoint, though the plot really drags, but the entire premise is icky. Basically, a man cheats on his wife with a college student, ...

  • Dana

    Such a hard concept to convey...Forgiveness is so hard portray in print, even harder in life. Yet Robin has crafted a path through the darkness. She has laid out everything I needed to understand abou...

  • Joleen

    The Forgiving Hour begins with a shocking revelation, then goes back in time for the many events leading up to that moment. We see lives changed because of careless, avoidable sin. We see guilt and bi...

  • Kathryn

    This book was a page turner. I couldn't read it fast enough to see how the story would evolve. The characters were personable and it was easy to identify with how they were feeling. Claire was trying ...

  • Noel

    The book was well written and the storyline good. I did like the message of forgiveness and moving forward. I just couldn't get past the ick factor of the fiancée having slept with her boyfriends fat...

  • Alexa

    A long time ago, but Robin really captures your interest. I remember reading this and it involved forgiveness to be had to move on. Holds your interest. ...

  • Kristy Hetzel

    Robin Lee Hatcher is always a powerful read....

  • Diana

    Truly An Unforgettable Novel!In The Forgiving Hour, Robin Lee Hatcher has penned a gripping, riveting novel of betrayal and forgiveness, and the consequences of sin as far reaching as ripples in a str...

  • Elly

    2.75 starsIt was a well written story but I felt there was something missing. I think it was just the storyline of David. It just ends the way it does and that’s it. ...