All Things Are Possible Book One: The Attache: - eBook  -     By: David Bond
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All Things Are Possible Book One: The Attache: - eBook

Desert Breeze / 2012 / ePub

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Format: DRM Free ePub
Vendor: Desert Breeze
Publication Date: 2012
ISBN: 9781612521275
ISBN-13: 9781612521275
Availability: In Stock
Series: All Things Are Possible

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A mortar attack by insurgents in Iraq leaves Zack Brenner blinded, but the image of a woman with penetrating eyes he saw in an email before he lost his sight is seared into his memory. He returns home to a failing family business, begins to learn independent living skills, and can't help fall in love with the woman from the email.

Jessie Weaver narrowly escapes the North Tower on 9/11 after a brief encounter with a handsome visitor who left an attache behind. She is determined to find him again, and her only hope is to work for the man's family business, now owned and managed by his blinded brother Zack. Jessie faces a test of loyalty as she questions her devotion to a wandering stranger versus her growing compassion for Zack.

Seeking to accomplish something, Zackh sets out to climb his beloved mountain. A long buried family secret emerges, and a madman threatens the lives of Zack and the woman he loves.

Is there truth in the words found in Scripture? With man this is impossible, but with God, all things are possible.

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