The Father's Gift in a Silver Box - Annette M Lee - Livros - Xulon Press - 9781630505981 - 29 de fevereiro de 2020
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The Father's Gift in a Silver Box

Annette M Lee

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The Father's Gift in a Silver Box

This book of fiction takes place in an actual city. Ocala, Florida is a horse lovers dream, and the home of Dana Lee Delucenay. Dana was your average modern-day woman, college graduate, registered nurse, married and expecting her first child. An early morning telephone call from a foreign land awakened Dana from a peaceful sleep, and before the day was over, she knew her life would change forever. Walk with Dana as she tries to make sense out of chaos, share in her heartaches and her Joy. Dana left her beloved Ocala, and later returned. Her reason for leaving and returning, will not be revealed at this point. The reason rests between the covers of this book. The reader will grieve as Dana grieved, over decisions that could never be reversed, walk with her through the fire, and rejoice with her, as she receives forgiveness and blessed redemption. Praise the Lord with her, when the precious gift she so willingly gave up, is restored. Shout with her as her happiness is shared with many. The battle is over. To all the Joy's yesterday, today and tomorrow, you are loved. The author, Annette M Lee, is a native Floridian and a Georgia transplant. As she looks forward to her 90th birthday, her sole mission in life is to bring Joy to the world. Fifty-two years of marriage ended ten years ago with the death of her husband, Norman. It was during the years being alone that Joy became a driving force in her life. Although a fictional character, Joy became a very real person, as the days, months and years, went by. Now the book is complete, and Joy can finally be shared with the world.

Mídia Livros     Paperback Book   (Livro de capa flexível e brochura)
Lançado 29 de fevereiro de 2020
ISBN13 9781630505981
Editoras Xulon Press
Páginas 226
Dimensões 152 × 229 × 13 mm   ·   335 g
Idioma English