Fallen Autumn Leaves: A Story of Brokenness, Searching, Grace, and Redemption

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After breaking up with her boyfriend, Haley is ready to embrace all that life has to offer. Her adventure begins when she starts talking to Gavin, a guy she knew in high school, and she is intrigued by the church he is attending, which seems to have changed his life. Haley begins to see a darker side of Gavin, and with the help of his coworker Clark, she unravels the mystery behind Gavin's dark secrets.

Haley ends up falling madly in love with Clark. Clark brings Haley to the ...

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Overview

After breaking up with her boyfriend, Haley is ready to embrace all that life has to offer. Her adventure begins when she starts talking to Gavin, a guy she knew in high school, and she is intrigued by the church he is attending, which seems to have changed his life. Haley begins to see a darker side of Gavin, and with the help of his coworker Clark, she unravels the mystery behind Gavin's dark secrets.

Haley ends up falling madly in love with Clark. Clark brings Haley to the church that Gavin was attending, and she starts to get involved. Haley introduces her sister Madison to the church, and Madison is miraculously touched by God. Haley and Madison are invited to lavish outings with the church, but rumors begin to surface about affairs and hidden secrets. The leaders of the church force members to talk about personal information, and Haley starts feeling uncomfortable. Haley begins to feel more sympathetic toward what Gavin was going through as she gets more involved in the church.

Haley's mother thinks that the church is a little extreme, but Haley isn't worried because the leaders warned her that people might try to tell her that. With the help of a trusted professor, Haley discovers that the church really might be dangerous. Haley and Madison's boyfriend devise a way to break the news to Madison, who was deceived into thinking that the devil is working through anyone who tries to take her away from the church. Haley hopes to save her sister before it's too late.

Fallen Autumn Leaves is a story of brokenness, searching, grace, and redemption. It's an important story that is begging to be told. It's intriguing yet relatable and will ultimately point readers to a greater purpose.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781466982413
  • Publisher: Trafford Publishing
  • Publication date: 3/26/2013
  • Pages: 208
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 0.44 (d)

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