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Unbreakable Hope

Kristin Billerbeck

Publisher: Barbour Books

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Emily Jensen has always longed for marriage and a family of her own. She has her ideals - or at least those imposed by her mother - of how the right man will look and act. But life doesn't always work the way it should. Darin Black was blessed to get a second chance at life. After escaping death in a drunken driving crash, he realized that God had other plans for him. Though his family believes it's just a passing fad, Darin has cleaned up his life. Can Emily love a man with a past like Darin's? Regardless of what's gone before, can she trust God for the future? Will Emily rest in God's plan with an unbreakable hope? Fall in love with this inspiring love story and our entire collection of Christian romance novels from Heartsong Presents!

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