Nadia's Hope by Lisa Buffaloe

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2010 Women of Faith Writing Contest Finalist

The nightmares continue. Memories won’t heal. Nadia must make a choice.

Nadia Minsky fled Israel to escape her past, but she can’t outrun her nightmares. The throbbing scars along her hip and stomach are cruel reminders of shattered dreams. Even though surgeons mended her body, her spirit still bleeds. Friends claim only God can heal her. For Nadia, trusting a God who allowed her to suffer is inconceivable.

Can close friends, a wild roommate, and a handsome medical student help Nadia learn to trust? Or will she chose to allow her past to forever cripple her future?

Nadia's Hope -- Runner-up for Women’s Fiction, 2010 (ACFW) American Christian Fiction Writers Genesis Contest

About Lisa Buffaloe

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Lisa Buffaloe is a writer, radio host for Living Joyfully Free Radio, blogger, speaker, happily-married wife, and mom. Her past experiences—molestation by a baby-sitter, assault, rape by a doctor, divorce, being stalked, cancer, death of loved ones, multiple surgeries, and eleven years of chronic illness from Lyme Disease—bless her with a backdrop to share God’s amazing grace-filled promises. God’s love is unending and through the grace of Jesus Christ we find healing, restoration, and renewal. Visit Lisa at… (Fun for the Literary)
Published April 7, 2013 by John 15:11 Publications. 374 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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