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Author : Georgiana Daniels
ISBN : 9781944836528
Genre : Fiction
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FREE EXTENDED PREVIEW A story of hope in the aftermath of inconceivable betrayal and broken dreams What if. . . . . .you struggled with infertility but unknowingly befriended your husband’s pregnant mistress? What if. . . . . .the woman you were seeing behind your wife’s back gets pregnant, threatening your job and marriage? What if. . . . . .your boyfriend never told you he was married and you discover you’re pregnant? Crisis pregnancy worker Marissa Moreau suspects her husband is cheating, but little does she know how close to home her husband’s infidelity hits. College student Kaitlyn Farrows is floundering after a relationship with her professor leaves her pregnant. Soon she lands a job and a support system at the local pregnancy resource center and things seem to be turning around. But when Marissa and Kaitlyn become friends, neither one knows they share a connection—Colin, Marissa’s husband and Kaitlyn’s former professor. When their private lives collide, the two women must face the ultimate test of their faith and choose how to move forward as they live in the shadows of hope.
Category: Fiction

Hope Beyond Shadows Of Pain

Author : Dr. Mariyam Shakeela
ISBN : 9781514484340
Genre : Poetry
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A perfect companion for anyone who loves distinct and varied emotions, these poems are like memoirs of a fighter of aching events in life, soaked in perspiration, of defining experiences, angst, and ultimately joy that helped shaped the author from a child to present time. These captivating poems take the reader through a myriad of emotions that reveal a long record of a life lived vividly, always deeply engaged with the world, from the stars in the heavens to the numerous characters that people the poems. The author hopes that her words can help others know that in their darkest moments theyre not alone, and that if they embrace faith, there is always hope.
Category: Poetry

Shadows In The Sun

Author : Gayathri Ramprasad
ISBN : 9788184006537
Genre : Literary Collections
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As a young girl in Bangalore, Gayathri was surrounded by the fragrance of jasmine and flickering oil lamps, her family protected by gods and goddesses. But as she grew older, demons came forth from dark corners of her idyllic kingdom—with the scariest creatures lurking within her tortured mind. Shadows in the Sun traces Gayathri’s courageous battle with debilitating depression that consumed her from adolescence through marriage and a move to the United States. Her inspiring memoir provides a first-of-its-kind cross-cultural view of mental illness—how it is regarded in India and in America, and how she drew on both her rich Hindu heritage and Western medicine to find healing.
Category: Literary Collections

Walking Through Shadows

Author : Ken Ham
ISBN : 9780890513811
Genre : Religion
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The authors draw on their own experiences and also use the Bible to answer hard questions of pain and present an answer for hurting people.
Category: Religion

Finding The Light In Cancer S Shadow

Author : Lynn Eib
ISBN : 9781414305721
Genre : Health & Fitness
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Drawing on her own experiences, the wisdom of Scripture, and the stories of others who battled the illness, a late-stage colon cancer survivor offers inspiration and hope to survivors and their loved ones, helping them deal with their fears, moods, questions, and more. Original.
Category: Health & Fitness

Standing In The Shadow

Author : June Cerza Kolf
ISBN : 9781441237392
Genre : Self-Help
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Grief counselor June Cerza Kolf is repeatedly asked for specific guidance in helping suicide survivors function and heal. Their grief is unique in that the trauma of suicide leaves them in such a devastated state that the typical coping mechanisms no longer work. With deep sensitivity, Kolf leads readers through mourning to acceptance. She helps them realize the tragedy was out of their control, release their guilt and anger, and gain the power of prayer. Standing in the Shadow covers the heart of thirty-four topics, including depression, forgiveness, and the salvation of those who commit suicide. The gentle, honest writing provides answers, hope, and comfort for the bereaved.
Category: Self-Help

Surviving The Shadows

Author : Bob Delaney
ISBN : 1402263554
Genre : Psychology
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Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) education and awareness leader Bob Delaney introduces medical experts who have developed groundbreaking methods in dealing with PTSD, and profiles one-of-a-kind programs around the country devoted to assisting PTSD sufferers.
Category: Psychology

The Shadow Project Ben Hope Book 5

Author : Scott Mariani
ISBN : 9780007358021
Genre : Fiction
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Category: Fiction

A Shadow Of Hope

Author : Pamela Bauer Mueller
ISBN : 0980916356
Genre : Fiction
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Dr. Samuel Mudd, a simple country doctor, found himself caught up in the vagaries of history, loss, betrayal and unimaginable deprivation. He paid the consequences for treating the broken leg of President Lincoln's assassin--an unjust conviction based on political expedience--and imprisonment in Fort Jefferson on a remote island in the Gulf of Mexico. Deprived of liberty, bound in chains and banished from home and family, he spent four years living under appalling conditions. Then the yellow fever epidemic swept through the island prison. Dr. Mudd battled the disease ceaselessly to save those who imprisoned him, before falling victim himself. After the epidemic had run its course, 300 surviving soldiers signed a petition to President Johnson to free Dr. Mudd. Yet he continued to fight relentlessly to gain his release through the federal judicial system. Through it all, he maintained his strong principles, humanity and most importantly, his hope.
Category: Fiction

A Shadow Of Hope

Author : Kim-Briana Nguyen Lorine
ISBN : 9781449088750
Genre : Fiction
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When a young girl named Kale and her parents are called to the "Oak Ridge Racing Stables," they have no idea that they were about to be involved in one of the greatest mysteries in the stable's history. Something is spooking the horses and making them too nervous to race, and staff members are resigning because of how the horses keep bolting and charging unexpectedly. The owner of the stables is worried that he might have to sell the horses and close down the stables, but Kale desperately wants to do something to help. Kale has always loved horses, but will that be enough to save the future of the stables or will the answer to the mystery lie in a gorgeous black stallion that seems to trust only one very special girl? Find out in this first book of the series A Shadow of Hope!
Category: Fiction