Imprisoned by greed – redeemed by love
Sally Richardson has it all. A devout, hard-working, well-respected husband, two great kids, a beautiful home, wonderful friends. Her life is perfect. Until it isn’t.
When Brad Richardson, accountant, business owner, and respected church member, is sentenced to five years in jail, Sally is shell-shocked. How had she not known about her husband’s fraudulent activity? And how, as an upstanding member of their tight-knit community, did he ever think he’d get away with it? He’s defrauded clients, friends, and fellow church members. She doubts she can ever trust him again.
Locked up with murderers and armed robbers, Brad knows that the only way to survive his incarceration is to seek God with all his heart - something he should have done years ago. But how does he convince his family that his remorse is genuine? Will they ever forgive him?
He’s failed them. But most of all, he’s failed God. His poor decisions have ruined this once perfect family.
They’ve lost everything they once held dear. Will they lose each other as well?
Let this stand-alone Christian love story warm your heart and draw you close to the One who loves you without condition. Unchained is a story of love, hope, redemption, and second chances.
What readers say
★★★★★ "This book hits the sweet spot between being a clean & engaging story & a God-honoring thought-provoker!" verified reviewer
★★★★★ "What a wonderful book! So many life lessons. So relevant to life and human nature. But this author doesn't leave the reader wondering; she provides the answers from God and His Word. Things are not sugar coated and the solutions are not easy, but it is made clear how God can work in lives and give strength to see us through the difficulties." verified reviewer
★★★★★ "Oh my goodness what an emotional roller coaster ride. How will the family survive? How will the individual members survive? Such a very well-written book." verified reviewer
★★★★★ "This was an excellent story. I've liked all the Potter's House stories, but this one brings to light what is really important in our lives. It relates to everyone as far as our views on material things." verified reviewer