Yummy Like Chocolate

Review for A Passion Redeemed by Julie Lessman

You know how you feel when you get a piece of really good chocolate? Not the stuff you get at the service station, but the kind from the specialty candy shops. You unwrap that piece and savor every bite, letting the rich flavor melt on your taste buds, and when it’s gone, you want more, just one more piece, please. That’s what it’s like to read A Passion Redeemed by Julie Lessman. This book is filled with characters that will linger long after the book is finished.

Charity O’Connor—misguided in the past by her emotions, lack of faith and confusion about a father’s love will steal your heart. You’ll soon be cheering her on as she discovers what real faith, real love and living real is all about.

Mitch Dennehy—has had a rough road too, dumped by Charity’s sister, Faith (A Passion Most Pure) has left him raw and hurting, but Faith left him with a strong faith of his own.

Once again, Lessman has found a place on my KEEPER shelf. This book will be reread again and again. This writer knows how to turn a phrase and keep the pages turning.


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