Before he lost both his limbs, Jasper Orion was on his way to being voted Most Valuable Player in the National Football League. A man of faith, his faith in God remains unshaken and he starts his own business. With God's leading Jasper decides to hire Charmaine Evans, the woman responsible for his demise. But, unexpectedly, Jasper develops feelings for his newest employee. He longs to hold her in his arms. Wheelchair bound, will Jasper's love for Charmaine motivate him to walk again?
A backslidden Christian, Charmaine Evans' ambitions left her broke, unemployed and a social pariah. Guilt-ridden, she returned home to Port Charlotte, FL to lick her wounds. To Charmaine's surprise, Jasper not only offers her forgiveness but also a job when no one else would. Charmaine marvels at Jasper's faith while grappling with her own. Bound by her past, will Charmaine learn to accept God's plan for her heart and her life?
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About the Author
Originally from Jamaica West Indies, Michelle Lindo-Rice calls herself a lifelong learner. She has earned degrees from New York University, SUNY at Stony Brook,Teachers College Columbia University and Argosy University, A pastor's kid, Michelle upholds the faith, preaching, teaching and ministering through praise and worship. Feel free to connect with her at michellelindorice.com
Her published books are:
Sing a New Song (Feb. 2013) This was featured as an Editor's Choice in Black Expressions Book Club.
Walk a Straight Line (Jan. 2014)
Color Blind (May 2014)
My Steps are Ordered (Aug. 2014)
Unbound Hearts (Dec. 2014)
The Fall of the Prodigal (Jan. 2015)
My Soul Then Sings (Sept. 2015)
You can read her testimony, learn about her books, PLEASE join her mailing list, or read a sample chapter at michellelindorice.com
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Michelle's blog: michellelindorice.blogspot.com
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
One of my favorite books. This author knows how to create chemistry with her characters right out the gate. One of the most romantic stories I've ever read, and a strong story of forgiveness. We are not perfect and we make mistakes. Sometimes grave ones. But this story teaches us to forgive no matter what, and it also teaches that truly great and unexpected things can come from forgiveness.
Highly recommemed and I would've loved to read more.