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Lying on Sunday : a novel / Sharon K. Souza.

By: Souza, Sharon K.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Colorado Springs, CO : NavPress, c2008Description: 427 pages ; 21 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781600061769; 1600061761.Subject(s): Widows -- Fiction | Adultery -- Fiction | Forgiveness -- Fiction | Christian fictionGenre/Form: Christian fiction. | General fiction.DDC classification: Free Fiction Online resources: Contributor biographical information | Publisher description Subject: After learning her husband died of a heart attack - in another woman's bed - Abbie Torrington is faced with a choice: she can give in to despair, or she can create a new life. Abbie does both. As she searches for healing, Abbie fights to protect her daughters from her husband's infidelity. Then a shocking revelation threatens to undo everything she's accomplished. Will the power of the truth really set Abbie free, or is forgiveness too far out of reach?
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After Abbie learns her husband died of a heart attack in another woman's bed, she must learn to forgive, while determining if the truth really can set her free.

Women readers will enjoy this fast paced story with meaningful topics and a humorous tone.

After learning her husband died of a heart attack - in another woman's bed - Abbie Torrington is faced with a choice: she can give in to despair, or she can create a new life. Abbie does both. As she searches for healing, Abbie fights to protect her daughters from her husband's infidelity. Then a shocking revelation threatens to undo everything she's accomplished. Will the power of the truth really set Abbie free, or is forgiveness too far out of reach?

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