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Too Far to Say Far Enough: A Novel (The…
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Too Far to Say Far Enough: A Novel (The Reluctant Prophet Series)

by Nancy Rue

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TOO FAR TO SAY FAR ENOUGH by Nancy Rue is an interesting contemporary christian fiction. Book #3 in "The Reluctant Prophet",but can be read as a stand alone,with re-appearing characters. See,"The Reluctant Prophet" and "Unexpected Dismounts". Allison Chamberlain has done what she thought God required of her,but she may have to do more,including losing what she most wanted in life. Will she be able to go another mile, and maybe lose the love of her life? Filled with drug-infested neighborhood, anger,hatred,adoption,love,prostitution,faith,sorrow,hope,adventure,healing and romance. What a thought provoking story! "Too Far To Say Far Enough" will stir your heart as well as your soul. A must if you enjoy inspirational,fiction,heartwrenching,and soul searching stories. I have not read the other two in this series, but intend to soon. Received for an honest review from the publisher and Wynn-Wynn Media. Details can be found at the author's website,David C. Cook and My Book Addiction and More.
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Despite the adversaries who threaten those closest to her, Allison Chamberlain finds that she has not gone far enough until she gets the divine nudge to care for a young prostitute and learns to love as God does--no matter what the consequences.

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