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Joey McGolden didn't believe in anything. She didn't believe in love, she didn't believe in other people, and she certainly didn't believe in God. Most of her life had been spent being rejected by those closest to her all because of her sexuality, so Joey was convinced she could never believe again. That was until a fateful mishap of her college track team led her right to Faith Hopkins.

Faith was everything Joey was not - positive, outgoing, and worst of all, a Christian. As the two grow closer, Joey begins to realize that maybe she could believe again. 

But will she ever be able to fully let go of the past so she can accept both God and Faith into her heart or are the demons from her past too much to overcome?

©2018 Erica Lee (P)2019 Erica Lee
  • Unabridged Audiobook
  • Categories: LGBTQ+

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Faith for the heart and soul

Being a person of faith I loved this story. Joey has had to work very hard without the support of her family. She has closed herself off from most people including her teammates. While having to do community service she is paired with her complete opposite. Faith has a bright outlook on life and a loving family. Faith has a way about her that opens Joey up to talk more about herself. Joey's journey not only includes finding people she can love and trust, but that God loves her just as she is. I think this is a wonderful young love story as well as a spiritual awaking.