Friday, October 14, 2016


Forgiveness! A word often overused, misunderstood and unpracticed.  forgiveness by Marianne Evans proved to be a book that surprisingly slams you with the truth but does so in a way that communicates and inspires contemplation. 

Chase Bradington, is a Country Western singing star that succumbed all too commonly to the lure of fame, drugs and alcohol. At the death of his best friend and band member he reaches the end, and  admits himself to rehab and with the help of his mentor finds Christ.

Pyper Brock, and up and coming artist and the step daughter of Tyler Brock, a CW legend.  The attraction between the two is instant and met with resistance from Pyper due to issues of her own.

Their agent wants the two to pair up for a duo on the song Chase has written. Reluctantly Pyper agrees with unforeseen consequences.

You will find yourself walking the path of unresolved bitterness and the struggle with forgiveness with the characters.

I received an advanced reader copy of Forgiveness. I was not required to leave a positive review. My 
opinion in 100% my own.

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