Pretense by Lori Wick

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All dressed up in a fresh new cover, Pretense, the bestselling novel from Lori Wick is ready for a brandnew generation of readers.

Marrell, a happily married army wife,adores her family, but throughout her life she’s felt something missing. Whenshe discovers that the void is spiritual, she is afraid to tell her husband. Willhe understand that he cannot meet all of her needs, and that she cannot meetall of his?

Covering the lives of Marrell andher two daughters, Mackenzie and Delancey, from the1970s to the 1990s, Pretense is acharacter–rich novel written from Lori’s heart that shows the patient love ofGod and the promise of His forgiveness for all who seek Him.


About Lori Wick

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Author Lori Wick has written over 25 Christian fiction books. She writes both historically based and present day novels. Some of her best known novels include Pretense, The Princess, Bamboo and Lace, White Chocolate Moments, and Every Storm. She writes the following series: Rocky Mountain Memories, Yellow Rose Trilogy, Tucker Mills Trilogy, A Place Called Home, Kensington Chronicles, English Garden, and The Californians. She currently lives in Wisconsin with her husband and three children.
Published July 1, 2005 by Harvest House Publishers. 710 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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