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The Light Leads to Hope and Peace - Reflections of Faith #2 - cover

The Light Leads to Hope and Peace - Reflections of Faith #2

Jane Lebak, Julie C. Gilbert, Bokerah Brumley, Faith Blum, C. L. Wells

Publisher: Reflections of Faith

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The Reflections of Faith authors have teamed up again to bring you another assortment of characters living out their faith, this time exploring what it means to hope in Christ, and what it means to find peace. 
From the ancient Roman empire to unknown futures with shadowy governments, hope carries these ordinary heroes forward even when the whole world pushes them back. Even when life and every happiness is threatened, through Christ they find peace. 
The Teacher and the Astronaut by Bokerah Brumley 
When Penelope's car overheats, she fears it's the harbinger of worse things to come...until an attractive astronaut pulls up behind her on Houston's I-45. 
Whispering Hope by Faith Blum 
A man tortured by his present slowly confronts a past that was brainwashed out of him...until now. 
When Paths Cross by C.L. Wells 
A woman who can’t let go of the past steps out of her comfort zone only to find she’s the last hope of a homeless woman with a small child. 
Once Only by Jane Lebak 
When an infant is abandoned to die on a road, five angels team up to save his life. 
Innova by Julie C. Gilbert 
A former movie star needs all of her old skills to save herself and her husband from the government goons who kidnapped them. 
When all is lost, what is your hope? Where is your peace? 
Immerse yourself in five clean, sweet, Christian novelettes in this awesome multi-genre box set...and maybe encounter your next favorite author!

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