His Steadfast Love by Julie Lessman

This was an enjoyable Christian romance. Cat and Chase both learn some lessons about God’s love. I enjoyed reading this story and learned a few things myself. I received a copy of this book from the author for a fair and honest opinion that I gave of my own free will.

Cat O’Bryen is the prodigal daughter unhappy with God. First, the father with whom she reconciled dies of cancer and now her twin sister and best friend marries, leaving Cat at home with a newlywed mother, her new husband, and a little brother. But when Cat moves in with a roommate of questionable morals, her family is worried, certain she’s on a path that could damage her faith forever.

Reluctant to get involved with a woman like the one who destroyed his life, ex-Navy SEAL Pastor Chase Griffin steers clear of the attraction he feels for Cat O’Bryen. Until her family begs him to take her under his wing, hoping he can draw her back into the fold. But when the draw she has on him proves too strong to resist, he must rely on the strength of God to offer a friendship as steady and strong as the God whose love is wooing her home.

Other books by Julie Lessman

“Passion with a Purpose”

Daughters of Boston Series

A Passion Most Pure–ACFW Debut Book of the Year, Holt Medallion Merit  

A Passion Redeemed–Inspirational Reader’s Choice Finalist

A Passion Denied–Borders Best: Your Favorite Fiction

Winds of Change Series

A Hope Undaunted–Booklist’s Top 10 Inspirational Fiction 2010  

Family Fiction magazine 2011 and 2012 Readers Choice Awards

#1 Romance Author of the Year

Heart of San Francisco Series

Surprised by Love–Family Fiction magazine Top Ten Novels of 2014

A Light in the Window

2013 International Digital Award

2013 Readers’ Crown Award

2013 Book Buyers Best Award

Isle of Hope Series

Isle of Hope: Unfailing Love–Family Fiction magazine’s Best of 2015

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