Elk Lake Publishing
On Sale: January 19, 2016
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Can she move forward without knowing her past? Will he enjoy
his present if he canâ€™t free himself from what he left
behind? In the heart of the Adirondacks, Isabelle lives in
the shadow of a dark family secret whose silent burden
strips her family of emotional warmth and faith in God.
Tyler belongs to the religious sect called The Faithful,
which Isabelleâ€™s father dislikes immensely. Yet, because
Tyler belongs to this group, Isabelle sees only a man
devoted to his family and faith. She wants it; she gets it;
they marry. And when the truth comes out, Isabelle faces two
choices: Staying could endanger her child. Leaving could
cost her life.
11 comments posted.
Re: Always With You
Love stories are always great to read. But is any story
really perfect? That's where the decisions get to be made...
(Nancy Ludvik 12:44pm September 30, 2016)
Falling in love is never a sure thing. Like everything in life you have to work at it daily but it is well worth it!
(Bonnie Capuano 10:00am September 30, 2016)
Stories with emotions and depth such as yours are captivating.
(Sharon Berger 11:00am September 30, 2016)
Love can be fickle an ddo not always end happy.
(Marilyn Collins 7:12pm October 1, 2016)
Love the location of the book in the Adirondacks.
(Susan Clickner 3:36pm October 2, 2016)
I like to read love stories with happy endings.Since they are make-believe
why not make them happy ?
(Jackie Wisherd 12:45pm October 3, 2016)
Sounds like an interesting story. I've read a few like this in the past. I would say
most of my books have HEA ending in them so this is a goo change of pace.
(Valerie Miller 10:35am October 3, 2016)
This sounds like an interesting story and I would love to read
it. I have always loved reading books and I respect all the
authors for so much time and energy to come up with Amazing
ideas to entertain the readers.
(Tarushi Kaur 2:14pm October 3, 2016)
A lasting, loving relationship requires work from all parties
involved. It can be done and is worth the work!
(Kathleen Bylsma 5:12pm October 3, 2016)
I desperately want to read this book. It is very relateable
to things I've been through.
(Erica Green 8:46pm October 3, 2016)
Oh, in relationships and characters, I love the back and
forth of shall I, must I, maybe not (this time) with all
that baggage attached to the bad boy, unless there are
(Alyson Widen 11:48am October 4, 2016)
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