At the end of Operation Desert Storm, close friends and female soldiers Chris and Erin go their separate ways--without even saying good-bye. When tragedy reunites them four years later, one's fear of God and the other's faith in Him collide in a different kind of war only one of them can win.
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When a massive storm hits Portland, the crew at Kimberley Square is asked to help the police and fire departments in any way they can. Chris and Scott are asked to go out to check on their neighbors, and over the course of three days, they battle their bitterness toward each other, the power and destruction of the storm, and the neediness of the people of Kimberley Square.
Can Chris forgive the unforgivable?If not, is she willing to pay the cost? A cost that may be more than she ever imagined.... There's nothing Chris McIntyre hates more than child abuse. And now one of the children at Kimberley Square's new gymnasium is showing the signs - signs Chris knows all too well. With no evidence to take to the police, the tough-as-nails former soldier knows it's time to take matters into her own hands. But her anger at the abuser goes deeper than defending an innocent child....
This book is a realistic and moving protrayal of child abuse. Fleisher shows the damage child abuse causes and continues in the emotional health of a..Show More »dults. She also shows that although it is painful, healing can be found.« Show Less
When Kimberley Street is caught between two rival gangs, the strife is uglier than anything Chris ever saw in Desert Storm. Chris wonders if she is willing to give up everything to serve the Lord and protect her embattled community -- the people and place she loves - even if it means giving up Jason, the love of her life?
good overall storyline...bit hard to maintain interest at a few points but nicely wrapped up in ending. did love how thw writer was able to ..Show More »hook in with parts of characters experience totally relatable struggles with their faith.« Show Less