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Loser's Road

A Contemporary Edgy Christian Romance
Narrated by: Stoney Stamper
Length: 8 hrs and 51 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (2 ratings)

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Cash Stetson is a loser. A crapped out, busted loser. He gambled and lost the girl. He gambled with his career and lost his medical license. He’s lost direction and whatever faith he might have had. Faith in himself. Faith in the charm that’s worn too thin. But the powers that be haven’t lost faith in him. Undeserved faith, but still. A stint in rehab kept him out of jail. Can a turn in an impoverished clinic in Mexico convert a loser into a winner?

Doctor Maggie Craig knows a loser when she sees one. Cash might as well be sporting a neon tattoo on his forehead. A debutante turned dermatologist turned medical missions director, Maggie knows time heals most wounds, although it hasn’t done much to heal her own. Her secrets don’t sleep, and her repentance has all but turned into penance. Is she truly helping those in the clinic in Mexico, or using them to hide from her truth?

©2018 Kalan Chapman Lloyd (P)2019 Kalan Chapman Lloyd

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  • Jacqueline Benz
  • 05-14-19

not memorasble

The story was quite good but really the narrator was so samey. In other words boring. I could not tell who was talking most of the time as there was no attempt to vary his voice