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Publisher's Summary

Denny Miller's perfect life is destroyed when an IED explodes, leaving him paralyzed. After losing the job he loved and the woman he planned to marry, he goes home to live with his parents and try to understand the plan God has for him.

Julie Hawthorne has been Denny's best friend since childhood. Can she help him heal even though she can't mend the tragedy within her own family?

©2016 Emma Rylin Ballard (P)2016 BZ Publishing LLC

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Sweet Romance

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Road of Faith is an interesting and timely story that you don't have to be a Mormon to enjoy. Denny is paralyzed after an IED explosion, losing his job and his woman in the process. But sometimes when one door closes, another one opens. Will he see what has been right in front of him all the time?

This was an uplifting and inspirational story that I really enjoyed. The narration was well done as well. I would recommend Road of Faith.

I was voluntarily provided this review copy audiobook at no charge by the author, publisher and/or narrator. This review is my honest opinion.

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Very Well Developed

I got this book via audiobook boom. The story was very well developed and the narrator fit the story. All of the characters were strong and there were enough plot twists to keep me listening until the end. I loved Julia. Tod was not very nice and I am glad he is gone. The H had a long road to get to where he needed to be but he listened and opened his heart to what not only Julia had to say but most importantly what God had to say. Although I am not a Mormon and don't believe in many of their principles I did enjoy this story. A clean romance that was well written and completed in one setting. You could tell there will be more books but no cliffhangers were needed to make you want to listen to the next book. I think I will enjoy it as well.

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I Got a peek into the Mormon community

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This is a sweet romance in a community of the Mormon faith. Some of the terms might need to be explained for those who are not acquainted with the Latter Day Saints lingo.

The narrator has a pleasant voice and a lot of potential.

I received this audiobook free for an honest review by the author, narrator, or publisher.

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Good Clean Fiction

If you could sum up Road of Faith in three words, what would they be?

Good Clean Fiction

What does Rachel Ahrens bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

Pleasant voice.

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It is nice to listen to good clean fiction with an interesting storyline. The characters were fun to be with and the narrator had a pleasant voice.

As one who lives in Ohio myself, I enjoyed the references to life in Ohio.

There may need to be some explanation for the "lingo" used by those who are "Latter Day Saints."