Things Without A Name
Funny, thoughtful, and often inspiring, this story is for every woman who has ever thought about giving up on love and even hope, but chooses not to At 34, Faith Roberts isn't so different from most women her age. Okay, so her cleavage is rather disappointing and she's still single, but she has a busy job, the usual dysfunctional family, a clinically depressed best friend, and a younger sister who is getting breast implants as an engagement present--practically normal.
Faith used to think about falling in love, but that was a long time ago. As a counselor in a women's crisis center, she's heard one too many love-gone-wrong stories, so it's hard for her not to give up on the big things, like love, hope, and trust--let alone the chance of getting a decent haircut or meeting a halfway normal guy. Then one night, an odd twist of fate finds Faith in a situation that transforms her life, bringing her to finally understand what she has always needed to know: that before you can save others, you have to save yourself. This beautifully written, big-hearted love story will resonate with any woman who has thought about giving up on love and hope, but chooses not to.
Allen & Unwin,� 2008
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