Book: The Poison We Drink by Carol McClaincategories: Book, Christian Fiction, Forgiveness, Romance, Friendship, Rape, Family, Alcoholism, Salvation, Homelessness, Love, Aging Parents, Women's Fiction
Carol McClainabout this book: How do you forgive the unforgivable? God tells us to forgive all who offend us, whether transgressors regret their wrongs or not. But some acts are far too vile.
This is the conundrum Torie Sullivan, Adam Benedict, and Maya Vitale face when their lives intersect after Torie's drunken car accident.
Torie finally trusted a friend, and she stole the only man Torie dared to love. However, the roots of Torie Sullivan's pain are far deeper and darker than this friendship and this love. Even as Torie forces her friends to confront their pasts, she shies away from hers.
Held in the thralls of alcohol and deception, Torie must acknowledge the truth about herself and her life.
This novel demonstrates that without friends, even the greatest resolve and the strongest faith falter.
The Poison We Drink will rocket the reader through the lives of its characters and demonstrates the power hatred holds over us and freedom forgiveness offers.
Written from a Christian perspective, this women's fiction book will inspire the reader to forgive wrongs done to them even while entertaining the reader.
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