Faith, like childhood, was something she seemed to have outgrown, and returning to Camp Colina, the scene of her most meaningful experiences, was proving disastrous.
She'd never met a man better suited t the ministry than ADAM REED, nor one more graced with integrity and compassion. His concern for a stranger should have been to his credit, but to Amy's mind, his profession was a betrayal of everything she thought had passed between them. He didn't care about her, AMY SHELBY, person .. friend . . . woman. She was a member of the flock—no more, no less. Of all the pain in her life, this was the worst—this, the ultimate rejection.
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