Let Joy Arise
Taylor Carter-Bryant is well on her way to entrepreneurial success with her fitness center—until an enemy from her scandalous past shows up to take her down. She's always been a tough woman with a fighting spirit, but lately she's feeling pressure from too many places at once. Taylor is not only struggling to recover from a life-altering leg injury, but she is at risk of losing the business she is passionate about at the hands of a woman scorned. As if that weren't bad enough, an old college friend comes back into her husband's life, and suddenly Taylor is at risk of losing him to an addiction she didn't even know he had.
When the enemy threatens to take away all that she holds dear, Taylor is faced with a decision: submit to God's will and let Him fight her battles, or turn away from the Word. Will she survive the wrath of her enemies and be declared victorious, or will she succumb to the pressure of the flesh and go back to her former naughty ways?
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