Genesis House, no. 1
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Will the past ruin their future together?
CeCe Williams and Nate Richardson were not looking to fall in love. After being deserted by her son's father, CeCe was content making a life for herself and her four-year-old son. Nate, recovering from a recent divorce, devoted his energies to his job as director of Genesis House, a social services center in inner city Atlanta. Neither is prepared for what grows between them when CeCe comes to work at Genesis House. Can they let go of the pain of the past and build a life together or will secrets from CeCe's past destroy any hope they have for a future?
If you want an emotional and uplifting read, CeCe and Nate's story is for you. Order your copy of Awakening Mercy today!
The GENESIS HOUSE Series
Awakening Mercy, Book 1
Abiding Hope, Book 2
Enduring Love, Book 3 (coming in 2012)
"[Angela Benson] has not created plaster saints, but real men and women who grapple with real-life issues." -The Romance Reader
"Ms. Benson, with AWAKENING MERCY, reinforces her place as one of the most talented writers of romance fiction in whichever genre she writes. This book, her first inspirational, confirms that she writes with emotion, only now her message is strengthened by her strong faith in God." -Romance in Color
"Ms. Benson paints a fine picture of the trials of a couple who must rely on their faith to make a go of a relationship in this 4-1/2 star read. She is just as compelling a writer in Christian romance as she is in contemporary." -Affaire de Coeur
"This novel by Benson, a first-time Christian-market author, pricks the conscience and stirs the soul while entertaining. Recommend to romantic fiction readers and to high school students, as it illustrates that actions have consequences." -CBA Marketplace
Excellent!! Enjoyed the way the author made it possible to relate to the characters. Look forward to reading more books by Angela Benson.
Fantastic, saw so much of Cecelia in myself, Thank you Angela!
The book was very inspirational yet slow. I found the moments when the characters prayed very inspiring. The dialogue between Cecelia and Nate were too much and very redundant. However, I look forward to the rest of the genesis series.