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Faith (Hades Angels Book 1) by [Hayes, Elizabeth]
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"Elizabeth Hayes has created a unique story about a young girl who has had a lot of struggles" ~Laura, Stephanie's Book Reports

About the Author

Hayes is at the Women's Health Action Foundation, Amsterdam

Product Details

  • File Size: 816 KB
  • Print Length: 126 pages
  • Publisher: Limitless Publishing LLC (September 1, 2015)
  • Publication Date: September 1, 2015
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B013Y2FXS4
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #717,985 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Elizabeth Hayes has created a unique story about a young girl who has had a lot of struggles with cancer at a young age. It is her journey into finding who she is besides the sick girl and learning to live without limiting her life due to the fear or cancer ruining everything I love her growth and progression throughout the story. I loved all of the characters that she becomes friends with and can't wait for more from the series.
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Faith has a second chance at life, except it won't be like most girl's lives. At eighteen she was diagnosed breast cancer, now she has an opportunity to live life without the threat of cancer and she's doing something different, dancing. After feeling unhappy with her body and not equal to anyone else, dancing is a release. She becomes Faith, she's whoever she wants to be each night, but then she meets Bryce. Bryce makes her question all the decisions she made after the cancer, about who she is and what she can be to another person.

Faith was an incredibly quick read for me, but it handled a tough subject very well. I love stories about dancers, both the professional and the entertainment/stripper variety. I like that dancing was Faith's escape, her way of being who she wants to be with no one knowing about the cancer. I think sometimes, based on real life experience with friends, that it is easy to be looked at as just the person who had cancer, instead of the person who does all these other things. Faith put her cancer behind her, focused on dancing, moving forward with friends, and finally dating. She had a lot of drive and I liked that about her.

I do wish there was more to Faith than that what we are given in this book, sometimes I felt like she made herself the cancer girl or the dancer girl, instead of anything else. It was incredibly hard to see her in a relationship with Bryce, because it happened so quickly. Things I was surprised by about him and her were just passed over. The connection to the characters was hard to feel and their lives before each other were passed over, so I never felt like I really knew who they were apart or together. I do look forward to reading the other Hades Angels books, as the other characters seem unique and definitely have some back stories that I have questions about.
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Faith is a shorter book with a unique take on a young woman who is a
survivor of breast cancer. At an early age she was diagnosed with the
cancer and had to have a double mastectomy along with chemo and radiation
treatments. Her life had become hospitals, treatments, needles,
disappointments, pain and the reality that her dreams of husband and
children were gone. There was no way she would ever allow a man to love
her only to live with the fear that her cancer would return at any time.
The treatments and poisons to save her life, also took away her chances at
having children. When she finally heard the words remission, instead of
celebrating she found herself wondering what she was supposed to do now?

With deformed breasts, lost dreams and no desire to be intimate with a man,
she decides that she will focus on college and apply to become a pole
dancer. The rules at Hades plays in her favor, pasties to cover the
nipples she no longer has, no sex at any time. Getting up there and
dancing for men, seeing their appreciation could be just what she needed to
regain her self-confidence, but then she sees Bryce.

There was an instant connection to him from the moment she laid eyes on
him. After a chance meeting over coffee they began to build a friendship
and eventually date, then the truth of her past comes out and she tries to
run. She is going to have to trust that he sees more to her than the
outside, he can see her soul and strength she possesses.

This is a wonderful story that shows the struggles of mental recovery once
cancer has changed your body and image.
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When this book appeared in front of me, I was intrigued. I've dealt with Cancer in my family. It is one of the hardest things to ever have to see and just feel hopeless.

Laura is young and has had Breast Cancer. After lots and lots of treatments, she finally told she is in remission. But she is unsure what to do now. On a whim she becomes a dancer at Hades. It's not a full stripper bar. 

I understood why she went that route because in some aspect she wanted to feel normal. She has a ton of scars, not just the visible ones but inside as well. She doesn't date and doesn't have sex because she's embarrassed at what her body has become. I was a tad surprised she decided to do it, I mean I couldn't even think of doing that myself. She doesn't need the money, so she just does it because she wants too.

She meets a lot of awesome people and then she meets Bryce, who she can't stop thinking of.

There's a lot of good in this story. But it didn't hold my attention. It didn't grasp me or pull at me to an emotional level. The writing I felt was ok and think that there's some things that could be edited. But overall it was a good story. It was interesting to see where the story went. With that it's a 3 (2.5) for me. ...Lissa
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