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Touch your soul and spirit with this poignant romance novel from author Josephine Elisabeth.

Faith Sorrenson's father abandoned the family after her mother's cancer diagnosis rocked her childhood. Years later, after her mother's death, Faith struggles with being alone in life.

When Faith, carrying lunch for her office staff, collides with a handsome stranger, she finds herself drawn to this gentle, compassionate man. Is it love, or is she on the rebound from a previous relationship? She is afraid of trusting her feelings. His tender ways endear him to her heart, but how does she learn to trust a man after her father betrayed her, disappearing from her life when she needed him most?

Then a dreadful discovery is made, shaking the very foundation of their relationship. Can they pick up the pieces of their dreams and step forward into the future? Will their faith be strong enough for their love to endure what lies ahead?

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Building Faith: A Christian Romance Novel
BISAC Category: FIC042040 Fiction/ Christian/ Romance

A Christian Romance Novel

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   “I’m scared,” Faith admitted softly.
  “Of what, Fae?” Lily prodded gently, watching the face of her friend struggle to find the right words.
  “Scared I’m going to fall in love, but he won’t be serious about a relationship, and will leave.” Faith tried to blink away tears.
   Lily heard what Faith didn’t say, and it hung in the air between them.
   Like my dad did.
By Josephine Elisabeth
About the Author

Author Josephine ElisabethBefore writing her first novel, Josephine Elisabeth spent 12 years teaching pre-school aged children in several different settings from infants and toddlers, to three, four and five year olds. She is now the studio manager for a well known portrait studio chain. Her faith in God is the central fabric of who she is.  Read More