Broken: A Novel

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FaithWords, May 25, 2010 - Fiction - 288 pages
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Laila had it all--love, family, wealth, and faith. But when her faith crumbles, her world falls apart and Laila finds herself living an empty, dangerous life as a call girl in Chicago.
When she is threatened, Laila shoots and kills a client in self-defense, sending herself into a spiral of guilt and emptiness. Six months later, she is trying to move on, but she's haunted by the past. She hasn't told anyone about the man she killed, and she's still estranged from her family.
When she is approached by a stranger who says he knows what she did, Laila has no choice but to run. But the stranger stays close behind, and Laila begins having visions of the man she killed. Little does she know she's being hounded by something not of this world, something that knows her deepest, darkest secret.
Scared and wandering, will Laila regain her trust in God to protect her from these demons? Or will her plea for salvation come too late?
 

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User Review  - debwilson - Christianbook.com

Laila has the money and the means to live any kind of life she wants. But when she makes a bad choice, she believes she is beyond redemption and becomes a call girl in Chicago. When a client becomes ... Read full review

User Review  - debwilson - Christianbook.com

Laila has the money and the means to live any kind of life she wants. But when she makes a bad choice, she believes she is beyond redemption and becomes a call girl in Chicago. When a client becomes ... Read full review

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Critically acclaimed author Travis Thrasher has written over thirty books that have crossed the spectrum, from love stories and supernatural thrillers. His inspirational stories have included collaborations with filmmakers, musicians, and pastors. He s also helped write memoirs and self-help books. He lives with his wife and three daughters in a suburb of Chicago.

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