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She must decide whether she will stand by Seth, but she also must let go of the dream she shaped for herself and discover a real vision for her life-and where it will come from. With all else falling apart, Tara encounters an unexpected-and unlikely-group of women mentors. They help her peel back the layers of shaming secrets and begin to clearly see the real issues of her generation.
Number of Pages: 368
Vendor: Thomas Nelson
Publication Date: 2015
|Dimensions: 8.11 X 6.11 (inches)|
Wait for Me: Rediscovering the Joy of Purity in RomanceRebecca St. JamesThomas Nelson / 2008 / Trade Paperback$9.79 Retail:5 Stars Out Of 5 3 Reviews
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Tara had always imagined her happily ever after. But her fiancés secrets are changing this story into one she doesnt even recognize.
Tara Faulkner and Seth Grissom grew up next door to each other in Savannahs historic district. Their parents are best friends. They finish each others sentences all the time. Their fairy-tale wedding is a foregone conclusion . . . until Tara discovers another side to Seth three weeks before the wedding.
Reality has crashed in on Taras fairy talebut hope will lead her to a future she couldnt have planned for herself.
Rebecca St. James, an Australian born Christian recording artist, is both a Grammy Award winner and multiple Dove Award recipient. She is also the bestselling author of Wait for Me, SHE Teen, and What Is He Thinking. She has appeared in the film Sarahs Choice and provided a voice in VeggieTales An Easter Story.
Nancy Rue has written over 100 books for girls, is the editor of the Faithgirlz Bible, and is a popular speaker and radio guest with her expertise in tween and teen issues. She and husband, Jim, have raised a daughter of their own and now live in Tennessee.
'. . . the timely topic of pornography and its effects on a relationship are meaningful. More than an 'issue' book, it also explores truth and lies both those told to others and the ones people tell themselves.'