There's something different about Faith Countryman. It's not just her beauty, quick wit, or quirky sense of humor either. It's that she's divinely inspired. Born under a crashing rainstorm on a ranch in central California, Faith discovers her gift...
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There's something different about Faith Countryman. It's not just her beauty, quick wit, or quirky sense of humor either. It's that she's divinely inspired.
Born under a crashing rainstorm on a ranch in central California, Faith discovers her gift of healing as a young girl. But poor judgment causes her to run away with her boyfriend to Los Angeles. It seems like the biggest mistake of her life until a surprising turn of events leads her to a place she's never heard of--a Victorian house in Cross Creek.
When Faith arrives, she steps into her destiny, sharing her gift with love and a confident spirit. As she meets the town's colorful characters--a handsome, heartbroken rancher among them--it's clear she's been brought here for a reason: to heal this community and to help them believe. The summer heats up. Testimonies are given. Change is underway, and plans begin for an old-fashioned tent revival.
Then a warm summer rain falls, bringing temptation and Faith's deepest fears. Will she be able to trust in God's love once again and heal the people of Cross Creek--and herself?
Lori Hartman Gervasi was born in Burbank, California. She is a graduate of the University of California, Los Angeles, where she majored in television and film. For ten years she worked both on air and behind the scenes as a television journalist for ABC News and Channel 9 News in Los Angeles. She has a black belt in karate and is author of the nonfiction book Fight Like a Girl...and Win: Defense Decisions for Women. Faith Countryman is her first novel. Gervasi lives in Southern California with her husband, Frank. Visit her website at www.LoriHartmanGervasi.com.