A Promise for Faith

A Promise for Faith Epic Book Launch
About the Book
Book: A Promise for Faith
Author: Stacy T. Simmons
Genre: Contemporary Christian Romance
Release date: January 18, 2022

Secrets have the power to ruin lives. Faith and love have the power
to disarm those secrets.
Failure isn’t an option for Faith Fuller, She wants to prove to herself and her
very successful parents she can stand on her own, even if it means
accepting a job offer from someone she wanted to forget. To add to the
problem, that job means facing her biggest fear.
Caleb Gaines is looking for a manager for his coffee shop. He’s in over his
head running his successful river outfitters business, and being a single dad
to a preschooler. But the perfect candidate wants nothing to do with him.
Risk-taker Caleb is up for a challenge and wants to convince Faith to help
him.
If neither one relies on faith and learns to trust, any chance at love will be
washed downstream.
An out-of-work chef and successful river outfitter are both hiding secret
tragedies. How much faith will it take to learn to trust in each other,
overcome obstacles, and find love?
BOOK EXCERPT

A Promise for Faith Excerpt 3

Her past had become her present as the keys plummeted to the ground.

            “I’ll get ‘em.” Caleb bent down to scoop them up and placed them in her hand. “How are you? It’s been, what, eight years?”

            Six years, five days, too many hours since we broke up. Faith batted the wispy end of a curl brushing her cheek. “I’m good. Busy.” Faith’s tympani-drum heart punched against her chest.  

            “What brings you here?”

            “Visiting my best friend Taylor and her hubby.” Awakened embers of hurt fired through her body. “You live around here?”

             “Briar Creek, not too far from Taylor and Jarod. I was coming back from the grocery store supercenter when I noticed the geyser.” He headed to the car, “Let’s have a look.”

            “Okay.”

            She followed at a distance. Caleb’s spicy cologne teased her nose and tightened her stomach. Arriving at the still-noisy car, steaming water ran from underneath in a river. She noticed a frown pulling on his lips.

            “Looks like a water pump or broken hose.”

            “Is there a gas station ahead?”

             “In town, twenty miles away.”

            Caleb pulled out his cell phone. Traitor, he has two bars.   

            “Hello. We need a tow,” Caleb closed the hood.


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ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Stacy T. Simmons writes uplifting fiction that delights the reader’s
romantic sensibilities. Thirty-four years of marital bliss is a great contributor.
She is a mom of two grown children, and she and her family have a
menagerie of pets she likes to call “Noah’s Ark.” You can find her working on
her next manuscript with a piece of dark chocolate and a cup of coffee
nearby. She loves to connect with her readers via her website at
http://www.stacytsimmonsauthor.com

Her past had become her present as the keys plummeted to the ground.

          

            Six years, five days, too many hours since we broke up. Faith batted the wispy end of a curl brushing her cheek. “I’m good. Busy.” Faith’s tympani-drum heart punched against her chest.  

            “What brings you here?”

            “Visiting my best friend Taylor and her hubby.” Awakened embers of hurt fired through her body. “You live around here?”

             “Briar Creek, not too far from Taylor and Jarod. I was coming back from the grocery store supercenter when I noticed the geyser.” He headed to the car, “Let’s have a look.”

            “Okay.”

            She followed at a distance. Caleb’s spicy cologne teased her nose and tightened her stomach. Arriving at the still-noisy car, steaming water ran from underneath in a river. She noticed a frown pulling on his lips.

            “Looks like a water pump or broken hose.”

            “Is there a gas station ahead?”

             “In town, twenty miles away.”

   

          

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