Last Chance for Justice: A Bloomfield Novel is a down home story that gives the perspective from two generations – Lynn and her daughter Rachel. It’s not confusing when it switches voices; I always knew who was talking. It also talked about a lot of people in the town of Bloomfield without me having to try to remember who was who or being repetitive. I love the addition of the dog. I feel like I should warn you that they talk about food and eating a lot; it kind of made me hungry.
I’m not sure what the main story line is. Part of the story is about the mother, Lynn, going back to her hometown and dealing with peer pressure. It’s also about the daughter, Rachel, figuring out what to do with her life. The story is also about figuring out the mystery of a boy that died with a bad reputation that just didn’t fit with the rest of his life. Throw in a lot of small town characteristics and a small dash of romance and you’ll just about have it. I really like that they talk about praying about things and figuring out what the Lord wants them to do.