Always Enough

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Stefan Felix has lost his faith in the midst of tragedy. Wendy gives a glimpse of herself to him in his office buildings elevator. Giving Wendy a job, Stefan and she form a delicate friendship based on mutual understanding of loss. Wendy's unshakable faith opens Stefan's heart up to Christ. When danger finds Wendy, Stefan will do everything to keep her safe. The question is, will it be enough? More
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About Kay Edwards

I am a country girl. I grew up along the Susquehanna River in central PA. I am a Christian and not ashamed of it. I have four children and an awesome (according to him) husband. I believe that Christ must be first, family second and everything else as God sees fit to lead you. I absolutely love a great love story and have written many just for fun. After introducing some friends to my writing, I have been encouraged to publish. I will find a way to always put a twist of humor in everything I write, because that is who I am. If it comes into my mind it is usually out of my mouth, which has put me in some absolutely hysterical situations. I look forward to sharing work with people and hope you all enjoy.

About the Series: Felix Brothers Trilogy
Follow the Felix brothers as they find love while living in the powerful world of the rich and famous in New York City. Stefan, Trevor, and Liam will have their faith tested as God shows them the mates he has chosen for them. Join Kay as she takes you through three very different yet gripping love stories.

Also in Series: Felix Brothers Trilogy

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Review by: Ayieko on June 2, 2017 :
"Uncle Stefan, did you marry my Aunty Wendy?" A child asks. Why? Because this child has been taught and its now part of him that Aunt Wendy and Uncle Stefan should not sleep together until they are married. Wow! Say, if that is your child would you not be proud? I sure would. Come my friend, the world is dark, the world is full of lies, come listen to this beautiful story. The Irony is, this is fiction but its the Truth. Well, the painful reality that even Christians have refused to accept and teach their kids
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Review by: Kalondu on Jan. 19, 2017 :
I just love how Kay does it with her this book,you will see how God leads his people and makes everything and everyone available at the right time and place as Wendy prays for a job and God guides her to not only a great job but much more.Wendy's conduct of her day to day life and the way the Lords grace and presence flows out of her to all the people who are in her circles was a great reminder to me of how we are called to minister in our everyday situations, be it at home,at work,whether you single,married,a stay at home mom, a career woman,divorced....whatever state.....I found myself praying to be my Lords vessel as I grew to know Wendy in this novel......Another issue is how Kay brings forth the standard of purity which God has called us to uphold,....a recurring theme in all her works,the reason i recommend all her books to be read by everyone,its a book I can confidently have for my daughter,when she comes......nothing graphical,if anything she teaches you how you can continue upholding that purity standard via her characters........lastly,the witty of the little ones and their humour,Especially, Macy girl not forgetting Cory's and Sean's too.....looking forward to more of your work Kay,great read dear.......I encourage everyone to not bypass this novel,soo many lessons to be learnt here.....

P.S:Few days after reading this novel, I found myself in a situation of no harm but of appearance of evil.To me,I knew its nothing because,my motives are pure and right,but coning from reading this book,I remembered Wendy and Stefan's situation with the little ones, that Sunday morning and the pastors preaching about being careful to not only avoid sin,but also avoid doing what looks harmless to us but has an appearance of evil to anyone watching from the sidelines, being our brothers keeper, huh,thus from this insight and ministry of this book,I was helped to make a decision that not only I believe pleased God, but that wouldn't make anyone watching from the sideline's stumble......

Good work Kay. May the Almighty keep on using you to reach a million of us
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Review by: fishergirl on Nov. 16, 2016 :
This is a beautifully tragic story. Kay is certainly at her best when writing about real life heartaches. The accountability and bluntness with sexual immorality is refreshing in a world that does not value purity. Well done.
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