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Author: Judith Pella
ISBN13: 978-1556618802
Title: Blind Faith (Portraits Series #3)
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Language: English
Category: Literature and Fiction
Publisher: Bethany House Pub (August 1, 1996)
Pages: 303

Blind Faith (Portraits Series #3) by Judith Pella



Blind llpoint (Portraits Series) by Bethany House. For more help see the Common Knowledge help page. Portraits (3). Canonical title. Original publication date.

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Another suspense novel ( in the Portraits series by Guideposts. Quick, easy read with a good faith thread and light romance. I really enjoyed the main male character, Joel, as he had been blind since birth; but he was confident and not afraid to try new things and push his independence level. Judith Pella is a bestselling, award-winning author whose writing career spans two decades. She and her husband make their home in Scapoose, Oregon. Books by Judith Pella.

Judith Pella is the bestselling author/coauthor of seven major fiction series, including the LONE STAR LEGACY and THE RUSSIANS, as well as the novels Blind Faith and Beloved Stranger.

As the events surrounding Greg's death unfold, Irene discovers a shadowed past that includes Joel Costain a successful attorney who is deeply intent on finding Greg's murderer. Often the book Blind Faith (Portraits Series has a lot details on it. So when you read this book you can get a lot of gain. The book was published by the very famous author.

book by Judith Pella. In Blind Faith, single mother Irene Delany delves into the events surrounding her ex-husband's mysterious death when discovers a shadowed past that includes a persistent attorney intent on winning her heart. In Masquerade, a journalist returns to her hometown to investigate a cult leader.

Judith Pella is an author of Christian fiction She has a BA degree in Social Science, and was a registered nurse. Judith also worked as an instructional teacher’s aide for many years Quite a few of her books have been co-written with another author - Michael Phillips and Tracie Peterson both have co-written multiple books with Judith She and her husband live . .Blind Faith, published by Bethany House - part of the Portraits series, 1996. Mark of the Cross, published by Bethany House, 2006. Beloved Stranger, published by Bethany House, 1998. A veteran of the bestseller charts, Judith Pella spins a tale that begins with heart-rending anguish and ends with a portrait of redemption and unconditional love.

Author: Judith Pella. Genre: Romance Christian Fiction. Description from fictiondb. Genre: Christian Fiction.

From Book 1: Starting a new job in a new town, veterinarian Carter Reece, makes a house call to a very special client. Arrogant, moody and totally gorgeous, Isaac Brannigan has been blind since he was eight. After the death of his guide dog and best friend, Rosie, his partnership with his new guide dog, Brady, isn't going well.

A fledgling artist and a single mother, Irene Delany has had her share of hardships, and the shocking news of her ex-husband's mysterious death threatens to crumple her newly found contentment in suburban San Francisco. As the events surrounding Greg's death unfold, Irene discovers a shadowed past that includes Joel Costain a successful attorney who is deeply intent on finding Greg's murderer.

Chasing the thread of a mystery, two very different lives unwittingly weave together. Struggling to see beyond their differences and beyond the challenge Joel must face daily Irene soon realizes that Joel is just as intent on whittling away the walls around her heart. Can she find love again a love she can trust?

A veteran of the bestseller charts, Judith Pella spins a tale that begins with heart-rending anguish and ends with a portrait of redemption and unconditional love.

Reviews: 3
MisTereO
great book
IGOT
I bought this book without looking at the description too closely, only to discover that it is a Christian romance. I am not a Christian. D'oh! Despite the fact that I have no interest in reading about people finding God, this book still was not bad, and an enjoyable read.

Here's the plot: Joel Costain, blind since birth, is a successful San Francisco lawyer. One day, a sleazy ex-con named Greg Mitchell shows up in Joel's office, claiming to be his long-lost brother. Greg wants to introduce Joel to their father, Charlie, just released from prison, so they can go in together on a get-rich-quick blackmail scheme. Joel is suspicious, but he knows he was adopted, and he's curious to meet his birth father. But the next day Greg turns up dead under dubious circumstances. Joel contacts Greg's ex-wife, Irene, to help solve the mystery of who killed Greg and what happened to Charlie. Irene, who was badly burned by her relationship with Greg, is reluctant to get involved with this unexpected brother, but she finds herself falling for him.

This book is much better written than the average romance novel. The San Francisco setting is particularly detailed and well done. Joel and Irene are appealing characters. Irene is wary and shy, reluctant to do more than take care of her two young boys. Joel is confident but also very sensitive and religious. He's so perfect it's a bit unbelievable--I doubt there is an attorney as successful as this who is also so in touch with his feelings and willing to talk about them at great length, even more than Irene. On the other hand, the portrayal of blindness is very realistic. This is just about the only romance novel I have read so far in which the cause of blindness is actually realistic and common (in this case, oxygen overdose at premature birth). Joel is well-adjusted and not bitter, but his abilities are not superhuman. Even better, the other characters treat him like a normal adult, no one gets too worked up over his blindness.

On the down side, the dialog is pretty stilted and unrealistic. And the romance part is better written than the mystery/suspense, which is rather obvious and not very thrilling. Also, because this is a Christian book, there is of course no sex, only some hand-holding and chaste kissing.
Fog
My sister loved this book. She is disabled and listens to audio books regularly. Amazing story of two brothers seperate early in life and find one another as adults.