SPECIAL NOTE: In this heartwarming and sometimes heartbreaking
collection of chapters that form a lighthearted, true love kind of
novella, love is tested; love is cherished and even forgotten. This
story doesn't just end; there's more!!! Find them under the author's
name below. These stories are what #1 Best-Selling author Joshua
Mumphrey likes to call "Short and Sweets!" This collection is written
to make you want more, to leave the romanced reader in wonder... until
the next chapters. Come along with these two, star-crossed lovers as
they discover the beauty, the innocence of pure and true love. Don't
forget to see the book summary below.
Happy reading :D Enjoy!
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The last thing Mary Shingles, the preacher's daughter ever wanted was a bad boy, but that's exactly what she got.
Elijah, a handsome, popular, hardcore heartthrob went against everything she believed, everything she was ever taught, but God knew better, He had a different plan in store for both their lives, a stage to set for the role they would play according to His plot, His plan.
There was a marriage. A death. And a second chance that changed the lives of one small community in Angel's Valley forever.
Will these two unlikely lovers find their way down the long, white, rose-covered isle, in the town they've always called home? Will the emotional scars of Elijah's troubled past cloud the future he could have with the girl of his dreams? Will a bleeding wound of a grief-filled heart overwhelm Mary to the point of numbness-- for the one she claimed to love?
These were questions that Elijah and Mary didn't have answers to, but only God would know just how their love story would end.
Mary tried as hard as she could, with everything she had to help Elijah find his way. She didn't know that the very same bad boy she thought she could live without, (the quarterback she met one fateful summer) would give her his hand outstretched when she had fallen, in hopes of mending the brokenness of her heart and faith in God, together again.