Passing on Faith

Passing on Faith

by A. M. Leibowitz

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Overview

Following his father's death, Micah Forbes believes he can finally put the family who rejected him and their religious bigotry behind him. In a cruel twist, his older brother calls to tell him he's inherited their father's abandoned vacation home.

Micah discovers the house comes complete with a long list of repairs, boxes full of family secrets, and a handful of quirky neighbors. Despite not wanting to get in too deep, he can't help the spark of interest stirred when the sexy redhead next door offers his help. Everything about the enigmatic Cat Rowland throws Micah off-balance, from his gender-bending sense of fashion to his handy repair skills to his deep spirituality. Before long, Micah is swept up by Cat and his friends, but Cat himself keeps his heart carefully protected.

When Micah's past and his present collide in a painful way, his self-destructive coping habits threaten to overwhelm him. To save himself, he needs to open his soul and let someone in. Cat has the key to unlock him, if he can let down his guard and trust his faith enough to catch Micah as he falls.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781938108716
Publisher: Supposed Crimes, LLC
Publication date: 11/01/2015
Pages: 276
Product dimensions: 5.40(w) x 8.40(h) x 0.60(d)

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Passing on Faith 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Mistish More than 1 year ago
A Touching Tale of Love, Faith and Friendship A copy of this book was provided to me by the author in exchange for a fair and honest review. When Micah’s past and his present collide in a painful way, his self-destructive coping habits threaten to overwhelm him. To save himself, he needs to open his soul and let someone in. Cat has the key to unlock him, if he can let down his guard and trust his faith enough to catch Micah as he falls. (less) Micah Forbes is a man who suffered greatly from religious bigotry at the hands his father and brothers. When his father dies, Micah is informed that his father has left him the family’s abandoned vacation home. The house is truly falling apart and Micah faces an overwhelming list of needed repairs before he can sell the house. He then meets Cat who is what we would call the town mayor. Cat literally knows everyone and steps in to help Micah resolve the overwhelming repair burden. Cat and Micah both have personal, relational and emotional baggage which interferes as they each consider the possibilities of a relationship. The greater of these for Micah is his traumatic history with religious bigotry as he navigates the relational waters with a church going Cat. I first elected to read this book because I have a personal interest in the damage done to the LGBT community in the name of religion. I was curious to see how this author would handle such a delicate subject. I was not disappointed. The character development allows the reader to get to know each main and supporting character and where each fits in the developing story. The growth and development of the relationship between Cat and Micah is so realistic it made me cry. You could just feel the internal struggles of the characters. The story has a steady progression to its conclusion which allows the reader to follow along as if you are watching a movie. I was pleased to find the realistic solutions – I so hate the magic appearance of a sudden hea that makes you wonder how you got there. I highly recommend this book. I have never read anything by this author before and I plan to correct that mistake immediately.