Beloved Christian authors of the MIDTOWN BLUE SERIES, Frank and Pam Lione bring their trademark gritty, relevant, fiction to this engaging and compelling story. Set in New York City, the Lione’s weave an unforgettable tale of forgiveness and redemption. The flawed, but genuine heroine, advertising executive Jenna Russo is “stuck” spending 12 Saturdays helping feed the homeless at a Christian street outreach in order to obtain a prized heirloom of her grandmothers. What starts as a huge inconvenience ends up being her saving grace. Newly engaged, Jenna doesn’t understand her alcoholic father’s dying wish to either spend 12 Saturdays on the streets of New York City feeding the poor or risk losing her beloved grandmother’s ring to an estranged and manipulative sister. Will she see the lost through the eyes of faith and learn that there are blessings beyond the family heirloom? Or will she fall victim to her past and crumble under the great expectations of her deceased father? On sale now for just $2.99
Jeannie: Innocent and shy, kicked out by her mother, Rita.
Matt: Predatory and dangerous. Is Rita really who he wants?
Rod and Carla on a romantic city break, and Jeremy, just seven years old, out with his dad.
And who exactly is Mike? Could there be more to him than meets the eye?
Strangers, whose lives are destined to cross more than once and change forever.
When you are in the depths of despair, when all hope is gone, is that when you’ll discover where angels tread?
Targeted Age Group:: 16+
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
Some years ago, on a holiday with my husband, I saw a young homeless girl. I had never before prayed with a stranger on the streets, but I suddenly had a strong compulsion to do exactly that.
Through the years, I remembered her and prayed for her from time to time, and one day, I wove a story around her.
Her name was not Jeannie, and this is not her story, but who knows what might happen when we pray?