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Family Fruits of Faith series
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Daddy issues? She’s got lots.
So it’s unfortunate when Shannon Conrad is forced to move in with the father she hates. It doesn’t help that the boy next door is up to no good. Not only does Shannon have to deal with constant anger toward a dad who never stops hurting her, now she has to figure out what to do with attention she doesn’t want—or does she?
Her new friend Jesse thinks Jesus is the answer to all her problems. She thinks he’s nuts. Then Shannon stumbles upon a long-held secret that rocks her core identity, and she has to decide for herself what defines her. Is she a mistake—or a miracle? Her decision will determine her future, and just when she’s ready to forgive her dad, disaster happens, and she might have lost her chance forever.
Is it too late to tell her dad, “I love you”? Does it even matter?
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When Kurt becomes summer manager at J. Blake Acres, he can’t stop himself from hiring Shannon. In spite of being crazy about her, he struggles to make good management decisions and nearly gets her killed as a result. Shannon is forgiving, especially when she makes Kurt her confidant about her mom’s secretive past.
After a summer getaway gone wrong proves how much Kurt has changed, Shannon decides to give him a chance. Neither is expecting him to mess it up. But when he does, Shannon goes to college with a broken heart, determined to forget Kurt as she digs deeper into her mom’s complicated history. Nursing his own self-inflicted wounds, Kurt sets out to make amends for never-ending past mistakes.
Can Shannon entrust her mom’s eternal future with God? Will she let God heal her heart? And is Kurt’s new faith deep enough to believe he’s forgiven in spite of the messes he’s made?