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By Emily Conrad


Jake thought he was meant to marry Brooklyn, but now she's pregnant, and he had nothing to do with it. Brooklyn can’t bring herself to name the father as she wrestles with questions about what her pregnancy means and how it will affect her relationship with Jake. If Harold Keen, the man who owns the bookstore across from Jake's coffee shop, has anything to do with it, the baby will ruin them both.

Book Takeaway:

Even in the midst of our trials, God is present and active, working all things together for the good of His children.

Why the author wrote this book:

I was intrigued by Mary and Joseph's relationship in the Bible. Though Jake and Brooklyn's circumstances involve a rape, and so are very, very different, they do face an unplanned out-of-wedlock pregnancy. As much as the different circumstances allow, Justice explores questions about facing the scandal, a man's decision to stand by the woman he loves, and the faith to say yes to God.


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