"The Name I Call Myself"
by Beth Moran
About This Book:
Now that Faith Harp is engaged to the gorgeous and successful Perry, life is looking up for Faith Harp. Not for long when her domineering future mother-in-law starts to plan the wedding, her brother goes into a downward spiral when the man who killed her mother is released from prison. Faith begins to secretly plan the wedding she really wants and ends up joining a church choir. Does she see Dylan as more than just the church's vicar?
My Thoughts on This Book:
This book was a great read. A bit of humor surrounding tough life events. Faith, healing from an abusive past, is engaged to a very wealthy, handsome and loving man. Why is she keeping him at arm's length? As she tries to deal with her mentally ill brother Sam, feeling needed by him, she decides to join a choir hoping to distract herself from planning a wedding that her future mother in law has taken control of.
Trying to cope with her past coming into her present and possibly wrecking it for the future she dives into the choir group where she finds more than just singing to the church goers.. Friends? Future? Will she make it down the aisle and live happily ever after?
A well written book that allows us to feel, laugh and cry along with the characters. You won't want to not put this book on your read list...
About the Author:
Beth Moran has a background as a research scientist and adult educator. She now concentrates on church work and is part of the national leadership team of the UK women's network Free Range Chicks. She is married with three children and lives in Nottingham, England.
I received this book free from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. No other compensation was given..