God cared about her at a time when she had no interest in knowing who He was. He went out of His way to make sure she not only found her way to Him but found her way to herself. Tasha felt if God was the one who made her, it made sense that He was the one to show her who she is.
As a preacher’s wife, she became overwhelmed trying to maintain her family’s perfect image. She tried desperately to hold everything together, but it was falling apart under pressure. Her journey to healing and restoration was not easy, but it was worth it.
As with most self-published works, there are spelling & grammatical errors as well as some continuity issues. The story has a good message but I came away feeling like there’s something missing.
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