Vashti Hunter knew that something was wrong when she received her fiance's nervous phone call the night before their wedding, but she was totally unprepared for the emotion fallout of his leaving her at the altar. His actions, however, lead her on a journey toward self-discovery and true love without offering compromises or apologies.
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This Christian fiction title offers a new, refreshing look at the challenges of being single and saved in today's society. It is jam-packed with humor, romance, and a whole lot of drama!
As she walked down the hallway toward her bedroom, she happened to glance up at the mirror—the same mirror which nearly a year ago reflected a lost and confused soul in an ill-fated wedding gown. She could barely look at that woman, but she took pride in the one that was smiling back at her. This was a woman who’d learned more about life and love in a year than most people learned in their whole lives. The jilted bride needed someone to love her; the new woman knew that it was enough to love herself. The old Vashti was willing to settle for “good enough”; the new one settled for nothing less than the best. A year ago, she thought she’d never be happy again; now, she knew how to create her own happiness and would never again allow any man to take her smile away.