A gripping true story about deception. A daughter forced into slave-like obedience within her home. For thirteen years she tries to untangle the lies from truth. Can she escape her appalling circumstances? Is God big enough to save her and bring her true love?
Yet, despite homelessness, isolation, and enforced singleness, Eva encounters God’s comfort and kindness. And he enables her to fight that final last battle before she steps into freedom – telling her father that she is in love.
Most names have been changed.
“A painful, inspiring, beautiful story. I found it powerful and gripping, thoughtful and challenging.” AC
“An account of growing up in a context few of us could imagine. Despite many opportunities to be bitter and faithless this book is a record of hope and trust in God.” KB
“Eva shares a story of extraordinary hardship with an extraordinary generosity; her words tell of the hope that does not put us to shame. A compelling read.” RB
“Because of my own experience, I felt the pain and confusion on each page. Then I realized that it continues on all over everywhere for so many. Your transparency and courage in the telling, of God’s deliverance and redemption in the end, are so important for those currently in a situation or who have come out of one. There is an exit, healing and “normalization” of life and purpose. Stories like yours help encourage and direct the way.” JS
- Language : English
- Paperback : 262 pages
- Item Weight : 12.7 ounces
- Dimensions : 5.5 x 0.66 x 8.5 inches
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