MY GARMENT OF PRAISE FOR YOUR SPIRIT OF HEAVINESS IS ON AMAZON AND ku
The same secret that united their family could be used to destroy them.
It has been a year since Paige, Mason, Brandon and Victoria’s worlds collided. One near-fatal incident, two weddings, and an earth-shattering revelation later, and the lives of these four former strangers are now inextricably bound.
After a year of upheaval, things are finally falling into place for everyone. Victoria’s marriage to Richard is on the mend, and a long-kept secret has given her the family she has always longed for. Brandon's relationship with God has never been stronger, and his marriage to Paige has surpassed his wildest dreams. And, with the support of Brandon and her newfound family members, Paige has stayed grounded throughout a series of life-changing discoveries.
Unfortunately, the family that fought so hard for their happy ending quickly learns they must fight just as hard to keep it.
After losing Paige to Brandon, Mason is determined to move on. However, as Brandon’s health takes a serious turn for the worse, and Grace stirs up fresh trouble in Paige’s life, he is forced to choose between keeping his promise to Brandon and finding happiness with someone new. Meanwhile, when old acquaintances come forward with life-altering revelations, Victoria is left to grapple with a profound choice—forgive, and deepen her faith, or risk losing her hard-won family to the very secrets that brought them together.
**** This is not a stand-alone novel. You will need to read books 1 and 2 in this series first.****
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About me, Traci Wooden-Carlisle:
Traci Wooden-Carlisle began writing poetry and short stories as soon as she was able to form words on paper. She used that as a way to creating worlds, as well as, to communicate with God. A native of Los Angeles, California, she grew up attending United Methodist Church under the leadership of a pastor whose heart was for youth. Once she finished college at she found herself at a loss. She felt caught in the transition between childhood and adulthood. She surrounded herself with saints and volunteered her services as a graphic artist. Through the early-morning prayer, all night Friday prayer and 3-day shut-ins she started on her journey toward her most desired gift, an intimate relationship with God.
Today, Mrs. Wooden-Carlisle lives in San Diego with her husband, David Carlisle. When she isn’t writing she creates graphics and runs a jewelry and craft business.