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I almost drowned...then I lived.

Blossom Daniels lost her job moments after she reported to work, because she couldn't climb the stairs for mail delivery, thanks to a permanently broken down elevator. Her day was only beginning. Little did she know, before it ended, she'd be fighting for her life in the chilly grip of the Potomac.

Josh Miller was running late to his sister's baby shower - a shower she pressured him to attend, refusing to hear his complaints of, "men don't attend that sort of event." But after a slew of traffic mishaps, neither his sister's baby shower nor the traffic comprised his agenda. He was diving into the depths of the Potomac River to save a person he'd never met.

Blossom knew her weight would challenge anyone attempting to save her. She prayed desperately, "God, if you save me, I will lose this weight!" First, she must overcome the rough waves determined to sink her.

©2015 Joy Ohagwu (P)2016 Joy Ohagwu

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Okay story, better narration than other two.

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This is a good clean series, inspirational to lose weight and keep the faith, but lacks a little depth and narrators are just readers, all 3 of them. I wonder if it would bring more to the story if the narration was better, hmmm...