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"Depth of Lies" by E. C. Diskin
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But with all her blessings she could be counting, Carla is afraid of failure, a feeling which has plagued her since high school when she made the mistake of getting pregnant with Noah. Now, her ex-high school boyfriend and Noah's father, Wayne Peterson, who is a good-looking ambulance attendant wants to make that mistake right by trying to win Carla back.
Besides a life-changing event of career change, Carla has the pressure of making the decision of dating and maybe marrying a man that she once loved (and still finds attractive) and giving Noah a father, or seeing what happens with Will, her current boyfriend. That’s the premise and it makes for a great entangled story done in Julie Arduini first person style, which keeps you turning page after page.
As Carla embarks on an adventure leading to a whole new career, she finds herself bogged down with the guilt of poor choices from her past that can threaten the success and happiness of her future. Caught between romantic feelings for her current boyfriend, Will, and her former high school sweetheart, Wayne, she seeks to follow the best path for her and her son, Noah.
The author draws the reader into her story with realistic characters and situations. They parallel the struggles many women face as they strive to confront past mistakes. Arduini delivers a clean romance that carries a strong Christian message without preachiness.
If you have ever been curious about cosmetology training, this book is a great resource. The author did an excellent job of researching her character’s chosen profession.
I highly recommend this book to anyone who faces surrender issues from the past, and those who enjoy a sweet but sometimes stormy romance in a small town setting.
I didn't like Will's attitude toward her, to me a bit to jealous. Both books were interesting, sometimes funny, suspense, absolutely clean in every way. Shows a mom dealing with a just teen age boy, his interest in girls, but he is a sweet boy, not a trouble maker, he has a main part of this story, and his part is good also.
Get a cup of coffee and some chocolates of course and find out for yourself ...