Where Love Once Lived by Sidney W. Frost

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Where Love Once Lived by Sidney W. Frost follows a man at a crossroads as he seeks to regain the love of his former college sweetheart. 
Forced to leave Karen by circumstances beyond his control, Brian returns to his hometown after 30 years to find Karen doesn't want to deal with the memories of his painful and unexplained departure. She has worked hard to put her love for Brian behind her and rebuffs his advances. Brian can see that winning her over again isn't going to be as easy as he had hoped, but he's willing to do whatever it takes.

"The story of Brian and Karen shows that, with God's help, it's never too late to find happiness," says Frost. "My hope is that their story makes readers laugh, cry and learn a little more about God's love."

Frost was inspired by his faith to create Where Love Once Lived. The importance of a relationship with God is a major theme in the book. In the novel, Karen's faith in God grew stronger after Brian left, leading to fulfilling work as a lay minister. As she becomes reacquainted with Brian, Karen begins to share with him the strength that can come from faith. Brian, who had turned away from God, eventually comes to realize that the void in his life was not just the loss of Karen but also the loss of God.

About Sidney W. Frost

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Sidney W. Frost, a first place winner in the Southwest Writers Contest and the Writers' League of Texas Contest, is an elder in the Presbyterian Church, a Stephen Minister, and a member of his church choir. While a student at the University of Texas he drove a bookmobile part time for the Austin Public Library.
Published August 12, 2010 by CreateSpace. 298 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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