Genre: Contemporary Christian Romance
Release date: January 18, 2022
Secrets have the power to ruin lives. Faith and love have the power to disarm those secrets.
Failure isn’t an option for Faith Fuller, She wants to prove to herself and her very successful parents she can stand on her own, even if it means accepting a job offer from someone she wanted to forget. To add to the problem, that job means facing her biggest fear.
Caleb Gaines is looking for a manager for his coffee shop. He’s in over his head running his successful river outfitters business, and being a single dad to a preschooler. But the perfect candidate wants nothing to do with him. Risk-taker Caleb is up for a challenge and wants to convince Faith to help him.
If neither one relies on faith and learns to trust, any chance at love will be washed downstream.
An out-of-work chef and successful river outfitter are both hiding secret tragedies. How much faith will it take to learn to trust in each other, overcome obstacles, and find love?
I’ll explain later. He’s waving to me to get in the car.
Okay, I can’t wait to hear all the story. See you soon.
Riding down the road in the sleek SUV, she watched every shimmy of her old Bessie, attached by flimsy chains to the back of the tow truck. She prayed the old girl would not fall apart and leave her stranded. Nervously, Faith picked at a hangnail.
“Hawk’s Creek is over there.”
Outlined in the greying night stood a party hat peaked roof and dull siding.
With the whirr of a button, her window slid down as spring mountain air moved around her, along with a gurgle of moving water. She eased back into the seat and held in a sigh.
“Shouldn’t be too bad tomorrow. With the rains, we’ll only get a few rapids.”
Shutting out the water’s call with a flick of the button, Faith’s hands dampened, and her heart galloped. He never knew what happened, and he never will. Pushing past her whirlpool of emotions, Faith placed a grin on her face as Caleb told her something funny. She’d deal with what tomorrow would bring later. On her own terms.
Panic swam in a steady current as the mechanic shop manager added more numbers to the estimate.
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