An Unlikely Grace "Even the Most Undeserving of Us Sometimes Find Extraordinary Love"

Esther Flores’ greatest fear is that she will grow old alone because the good die young and she knows she is petty, narcissistic, selfish, and childish. As she endures losing the person she loves most, Esther realizes that she cannot suddenly become a saint and earn grace, as it is a gift. Moreover, Esther has known grace already, despite her many flaws, because she loved well and was so loved. More

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Words: 116,250
Language: American English
ISBN: 9781621833192
About Kim Thompson

I live in Englewood, Colorado with my husband, Rocky Dennis and our sixteen year old daughter, Joey. I have two adult children, as well as two grown step children, and a handful of grandchildren. We own a flooring installation business, but try to keep that aspect of our lives as small as possible, as there are so many things we would prefer to be doing. My husband and I enjoy collecting art, and as my taste is eclectic, one will find African Masks hanging next to Native American Ceremonial Headdresses. I’m certain my children hope I sell all of it before I die.

I wrote An Unlikely Grace as a sequel to Full Gospel Bar and Grill. The characters, Esther and Max, married at the end of the Full Gospel Bar and Grill, and I liked them both so much, I wanted to write more about them. At the precise moment I was considering it, my husband was diagnosed with a pancreatic tumor. After enduring weeks of hell, it was determined that he did not have a tumor after all, and I wanted to write about the cavalier way the medical profession treats people. I also wanted to write about people who, according to our society’s standards, have everything it takes to be happy, and yet are miserable, and most of it is their own doing.

My greatest hobby, I think, is my fellow man. I find people infinitely interesting, and much to my family’s chagrin, will talk to a phone pole. Fortunately for me, most people don’t mind discussing themselves.

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