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Whisper a Prayer
     

Whisper a Prayer

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by Eryn Grace
 
*** NOTE: Based on Christian morals--Christian Romance ***

When breast cancer survivor, Pam Humphrey, learns that her real mother had to give her up for adoption out of fear, Pam travels from Colorado Springs to Austin, Texas, to find her heritage.

She gets nowhere in her search until she meets Jake Marshall, a Christian private investigator. When

Overview

*** NOTE: Based on Christian morals--Christian Romance ***

When breast cancer survivor, Pam Humphrey, learns that her real mother had to give her up for adoption out of fear, Pam travels from Colorado Springs to Austin, Texas, to find her heritage.

She gets nowhere in her search until she meets Jake Marshall, a Christian private investigator. When Jake finds out more about Pam's past, the news is scary.

Pam has to whisper a prayer to really understand who she�s related to. It's up to her to walk away from her real family and return to Colorado, or to stay with Jake, the one man who ever cared, willing to protect her from her heritage.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940013299955
Publisher:
Eryn Grace
Publication date:
10/16/2011
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
1,021,724
File size:
711 KB

Meet the Author

Eryn Grace resides in Wisconsin with her husband, three teenagers, and various pets. Find her books at www.eryngrace.com.

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Whisper a Prayer 3.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 17 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Having recently published my own book of inspiration, this book struck a chord with me. Even though my book is a true story of a treasured Grandmother and all the trials and tribulations she suffered in her lifetime, Eryn Grace's book gives the reader a refreshing glimpse of the true meaning of love, faith, morals, kindness and hope. The character's struggles within herself of her own perceived shortcomings, are familiar to many more Christians than we may ever know. I only hope my own book can measure up to the inspiration gleaned from 'Whisper a Prayer'. My compliments to the author! Dell Anne Hines Afzal - Author of 'Treasures in the Attic: Gifts from a Woman of Faith'
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Loved this with romance and twisrs and turns
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A very good story, and I'll read this book again.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I really enjoyed this book. I have now read all of Eryn Grace's book available and they are always insirational. God sees you and He is always there for you and with you, put your trust and faith in Him and watch as His perfect will is done, in His timing-know that the struggles of life are part of your unique story and help to mold who you are. To Him be the glory! Amen.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
An extreamly good book I've read the book about 4 times. I love the christian part of the book. Whenever she was near to falling a part she wispered a quick prayer for strength from the only one who could give complete strength God. And I also do that from day to day trusting God to help me through the hard times in life.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Characters contradict themselves, archaic usage of adoption terms like "real parents," very frustrating read. At first I hung in there out of curiousity in spite of how poorly written it was....but I finally gave up when things became over the top unbelievable. Main character bounces all over the place in how she feels aboutvthevlove interest.... and not because she's trying to figure it out but more like the author can't make up her mind and didn't check for continuity as plot developed. Characters who claim to be professionals betray confidential information in ways just not believable. Disappointing.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I could not finish this book. Seems like it was written by a 13 year old. Only someone 12 or 13 would fall in love in two days. I thought it was silly. If there is a man out there who really treats women like he did he must be a scamer. Sorry, hopefully this author will get better "if" they keep writing. Really bad!
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Slow, boring plot. "Plastic, transparent, poorly developed characters.
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Rase More than 1 year ago
Book written for a young teen of maybe 13, not an adult.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
First of all, if your character is supposed to talk Texan you should learn the correct use of the word "ya'll". Next, support your statements on how adoptions were handled twenty something years ago. Too many details were not reasearched well. Finally, for a "Christian" novel the main character exhibited a total lack of faith. Come on, girl.... God is greater than any problem you have! She needs to stop whining about her lack of a future and turn it all over to God in His infinite wisdom. She needs to start thinking positively and thank God for the good things he has in store for her. Christ came to give us HOPE and a FUTURE. Try some prayer AND Prozac, sweetie!