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Once Upon October Kindle Edition
"Children of Blood and Bone"
Tomi Adeyemi conjures a stunning world of dark magic and danger in her West African-inspired fantasy debut. Learn more
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Yet, Gina’s story is so much more than a love story.
“Once Upon October” is a story of shattered dreams and of clinging to one’s deepest passions and visions despite the painful reality of loss. It is a story of continuing to trust God to fulfill one’s deepest desires despite having been completely disillusioned as to how painfully and completely those desires can be betrayed. It is a story of following one’s heart, trusting the guidance of the Holy Spirit, through the most unlikely paths of pursuing fulfillment of vision.
Gina’s story is not just about a woman refusing to give up on love despite a painful divorce. Rather, it is the story of a woman who took all she learned through the experience of a loveless marriage and painful divorce to more deeply explore what she wanted most in life and in marriage…then prayerfully pursued that renewed vision.
“Once Upon October” is a story of hope and fulfillment for anyone who has suffered devastating loss yet still feels the tug of unfulfilled visions.
Joseph J. Pote
Author of "So you are a Believer Who has been through Divorce"
Regardless whether you're in the market for a mate or just searching out answers for the challenges of your life, this is such a delightful book! It is so filled with Spirit and Truth searching and reflections ... very thought provoking, and yet filled with irony, humor and suspense, in addition to showing how God guides His seeking children even as they take the "road less traveled." This search wasn't a self-absorbed, self-indulgent desire for a fictional, elusive Prince Charming. It was an honest, no-guile, prayerful introspection and even dissection of what was important for her life, with the ever-ready flashlight of God guiding during the whole process. It was an ever-evolving, trial-and-error revelation which led to the discovery of the perfect mate for her. Was he perfect? No. No one is perfect. But he was perfect for her. Gina told a friend that this arduous process of finding "Mr. Right" "... helped to relive my whole past mentality about love and romance and dust it off. A reassessment, I guess." Gina's journey and her honesty, I believe, can help so many others to assess their lives.