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NEVER WITHOUT HOPE
by Michelle Sutton

Genre: Inspirational, Mainstream

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Sutton’s move into fiction for adults is packed with drama. This timely, relevant message about sex and sexual sin involving married people is quite edgy and not for those looking for a sweet romance. The realism is gritty, but ultimately uplifting and incredibly significant for the world we live in today.

Hope loves her husband and is content with her life. Yet when things begin to go wrong in the bedroom, she becomes more and more frustrated. Her husband shuts her out emotionally and physically. Though Hope never thought she would stray from her marriage, she gives in to temptation. Is there any possibility for redemption in her marriage? (SWORD OF THE SPIRIT, Jul., 260 pp., $12.99)

Reviewed By: Melissa Parcel

Publisher: SWORD OF THE SPIRIT

Published: July 2010

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