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Finding Home by Denise Janette Bruneau
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Finding Home

by Denise Janette Bruneau

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I found this story to be very realistic. When a person is trying to carve out a life and a career the everyday moments are invisible to those who watch their growth. Lacey's struggles in this story are true and I can say I've been there. She has downtimes but has faith, and that keeps her afloat as she takes on her new career and a new home. She makes friends who are just as close as a family and along this life-journey learns many things about her self. I would even say that a second book would be great as her life is at another step in her growth. If not, we can certainly use our imaginations to fill in the blanks. :) ( )
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Thank you for choosing to read this story. While Finding Home is a fictional story, it is one of hope, a second chance, and finding love. This book is dedicated to my dear friend, Alex, who has helped to bring wholeness back to my life. I especially want to thank my husband, Mark, for his support for my writing. I also wanted to give a special thank you to Karly Carson, my editor, for her invaluable edits and encouragement. Thank you, Zimbell House Publishing for all of your hard work and support. I thank God for giving me the desire to write, and through my writing, share a little of His love with my readers. Blessings to you and your family,
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