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Publisher's Summary

He never forgot his first love.

In the 10 years since Ben Taylor last saw Marie, no other woman has measured up. After he meets Rebecca Fisher, the physical therapist rehabilitating his knee, Ben is convinced that she is the same woman he fell in love with so many years ago. She denies it at first, but his persistence causes her to admit the truth. Right before she pushes him away.

To escape a painful negative image created by her father, Rebecca Fischer has constructed an identity completely separate from her past. Seeing Ben, her long lost love, threatens to shatter her intricate illusions. As Ben digs to uncover the truth of who she is, Rebecca must decide if she will trust any man with her wounded heart.

But even if Ben can convince her to admit the truth, how will he be able to trust her love?

A Pinch of Promise is a contemporary Christian romance designed to entertain, inspire, and encourage thought.

©2015 Elizabeth Maddrey (P)2017 Elizabeth Maddrey

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COULD YOU JUST TELL HIM!!!

The story was good but it really dragged out. Rebecca's had trust issues but seem to get mad when people didn't trust her. She had so many times to tell Ben the truth but kept saying "its complicated ." Really??? Just say it and get over it . I don't know how the book read but several times I had to stop and rewind to find out where the story was going. The timing seem to be a little off. Meaning Ben & Rebecca were talking and then it was the next day. Like what??? Good to see what the other roommates and friends are doing. However, the information on the engagement of Paige and Jackson was not consistent with their book. It is still good to have good Christian romance novels.

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Pretty Good

Book was good.. I liked the first book much better. This one was good but not as interesting but a Great Christian book.