"What’s wrong?" Jennifer asked.
"I think someone has broken into your home. There's a strange pickup truck parked in the driveway, and your rear door is open."
"Did you call the police?" Jennifer asked.
"I didn't. I didn't know if it was you or not."
"Please call them Miss Lottie. Now!"
Unfortunately, for Jesse and Jennifer Kane, this would not be your average, run-of-the-mill burglary. Most burglars break-in, steal, and leave quickly. But these intruders had no intention of leaving the Kanes’ million dollar two-story ranch house, in one of the richest communities in America. They planned to stay. And stay for a while.
And the law seemed to be on their side.
Ripped from today’s headlines, Adverse Possession is a compelling novel about a Christian family that is tested to the limits of their faith when their beloved and hard-earned home is suddenly invaded by squatters. The fight to get their home back exposes them to the hard realities of the legal system in America. It tests their marriage when Jesse becomes determined to stop at nothing to get their home and their lives back, including engaging in a risky effort to uncover a mysterious organization that may be at the center of the squatters’ efforts. Their ordeal causes them to face the reality that their sound faith in Christ may not be as sound as they thought. Will they be torn to shreds before they realize what really matters?