HELLO FRIENDS, I AM HERE WITH MY GIRL MARINIEVES' REVIEW OF LOSING FAITH BY SCOTTY CADE! BELOW IS HER REVIEW ALONG WITH LINKS, SO LET'S GET STARTED!
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by: Scotty Cade
reviewed by: Marinieves
Father Cullen Kiley, a gay Episcopal priest on hiatus from the church, decides to take his boat, T-Time, from Provincetown, Massachusetts, to Southport, North Carolina, a place that holds an abundance of bittersweet memories for him. While on a run his first day in Southport, Cullen comes upon a man sitting on a park bench staring out over the Cape Fear River with his Bible in hand. The man’s body language reeks of defeat and desperation, and unable to ignore his compassion for his fellow man, Cullen stops to offer a helping hand.
Southport Baptist Church’s Associate Pastor, Abel Weston, has a hard time managing his demons. When they get too overwhelming, he retreats to Southport’s Historic Riverwalk with his Bible in hand and stares out over the water, praying for help and guidance that never seem to come. But Abel soon discovers that help and guidance come in many forms.
An unexpected friendship develops between the two men, and as Cullen helps Abel begin to confront his doubts and fears, he comes face-to-face with his own reality, threatening both their futures.
Losing Faith by Scotty Cade is the first book I read from this author, even though I have been wanting to read his stories for a while I am glad this is the first of many I am sure.
From the preface of the book you can understand how passionate Mr. Cade is to write about what he truly believes in and called it Faith (pun intended) when he decides to explained some of the real story behind the book.
Father Cullen Kiley, a gay Episcopal priest and Baptist Church’s Associate Pastor, Abel Weston meet by chance.
Cullen and Abel start a beautiful friendship but while they become friends both Cullen and Abel have to learn to fight their inner demons. Cullen's life changes in a blink of an eye and Abel needs to move forward by accepting who he truly is.
Their respective vision of the Faith they once professed to live by and the chance of once again losing what has become safe will make them have to look back at their lives individually and collectively in order to understand that love can conquer all if you believe in the same God that once you said you could no longer recognize.
the 5 Southport Pier rating :)
MARI DID A FANTASTIC JOB ON THIS REVIEW, AND I AGREE IT IS AN AWESOME BOOK YOU JUST HAVE TO READ! GRAB IT NOW FROM THE LINKS BELOW :)
THANKS FOR JOINING ME FOR THIS REVIEW OF LOSING FAITH, AND THANKS AGAIN MARI FOR A FANTASTIC JOB DONE! SEE YOU NEXT TIME FRIENDS!
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