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Fabric of Faith
Nancy S. Brandt
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Mary Grace Caster knows what it's like to lose control of your life. Her faith in Jesus helped her overcome her former sinful lifestyle. Now she wants to help Ashley, a young girl heading down the same road. However, Ashley's father, Chance Meyers, refuses to see the trouble his little girl could get into.

Mary Grace gets involved with the family, but her growing relationship with Chance causes Ashley to rebel even more until she finds herself in a predictament that threatens to destroy the family. Can Mary Grace and Chance's love survive even this?

That evening, Mary Grace went to Elmer’s about nine o’clock. She thought about all the times when she used to come to Elmer’s to drink and party. She’d thought having fun was what life was all about. That was before she found Jesus and learned what life was really all about. Now, she came to Elmer’s to keep Chrissy company, and to try to make her see the futility of the wild life style.

So far, Chrissy hadn’t seen the down side to the life she had chosen, even with Nicky still in the picture. However, Mary Grace wasn’t ready to give up on her. She just continued praying and being there when Chrissy needed her.

The bar was pretty empty, for which Mary Grace was grateful. That way she could have more time to talk to Chrissy. However, when Mary Grace arrived, Chrissy was busy hooking up new kegs for the beer taps, so Mary Grace sipped her orange juice and looked around the bar.

That’s when she saw a woman, dressed in a low cut tight black mini-dress and very high high-heels, leaning over the pool table, laughing at something one of a group of men said.

At first, Mary Grace didn’t recognize the woman. Then she thought she saw pain deep inside the woman’s eyes.

That made Mary Grace take a closer look. She studied the heavily made-up face and realized that under all that paint and powder was Ashley Meyers.

At the picnic at Chance’s, Ashley hadn’t been wearing make-up, and Mary Grace had thought, then, what a beautiful girl she was. Now, though, Ashley had made herself up to look much older than her sixteen years. She also appeared to be wearing a wig, because her brown, shoulder length hair had been replaced by shaggy platinum blonde.

At first, Mary Grace thought she was mistaken, but as she watched, Ashley moved closer to the bar, and Mary Grace got a good look at the girl. It was Ashley; there was no doubt about it. Mary Grace was stunned.

Nancy Brandt lives in Lansdowne, Pennsylvania. She is a member of the Faith, Hope and Love Chapter and the Small Press Electronic Authors Realm Chapter of Romance Writers of America, The Catholic Writers Association and The Rising Stars of Romance. She is a stay-at-home mom to two wonderful children, one biological daughter and one beloved adopted son, and two very spoiled and very precious guinea pigs. Her two biggest prayers were to have a book published and to find a baby to adopt. Both of those things have happened, and she wonders what God has in mind for her now!

"Fabric of Faith is a sweet story of the power of faith in the face of conflict and denial. Calm, quiet Mary Grace is a pillar of common sense, having survived the unsavory lifestyle in which Chance's daughter is dabbling, and her cautious romance with the grieving Dr. Meyers is at first tense, then tender. Brandt's Fabric of Faith offers romance fans a new voice in inspirational fiction and the world of electronic publishing.” Kathyrn Lively, editor of The Write Stuff, the newsletter of the Catholic Writers’ Association

Religion Books :: Inspirational Books

ISBN: 1590887859
ISBN(13-digit): 9781590887851
Copyright: 2008
Book Publisher: Wings e Press
Binding: Perfect
No. of Pages: 258
Paper Weight (lb): 11.0

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