Fidelity’s Love Song: Book FIVE of the HOBBY RUN Variety Praise Band series by Arlene James
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Overview: An unhappy marriage can be hell on earth, and infidelity only makes matters worse. Add the inability to conceive, and even a Christian woman can find herself at the point of divorce.Escape from her misery in Arkansas to a secluded orphanage in Honduras seemed to be God’s answer to Joanna’s problems. An accomplished artist can surely find fresh inspiration and healing in a tropical environment, even if the children there are not her own.Professional musician Matt Polo had forgotten how to be happy, but he certainly didn’t find joy in performing and empty sex. He didn’t expect to find it in Honduras, either, surrounded by children whose language he didn’t even speak.But God moves in mysterious ways, love comes in many guises, and forgiveness is possible when faith and fidelity come together. Or are they?Joanna has given up on her marriage, and Matt can’t imagine any way to win her back. Besides, nothing has changed. Joanna is no closer to having the baby she so desperately desires, and he’s not even sure he wants to be a dad. Divorce seems inevitable, and he doesn’t want to spend any more time in the rustic, uncomfortable, inconvenient orphanage than necessary. The one thing he doesn’t count on is falling in love…with an orphaned six-year-old. But will Joanna scuttle the adoption or maintain the marriage long enough for Matt to go home as a dad, if not a husband?Surely God doesn’t intend for him to take on more than one child, though, not on his own. When his son’s siblings also arrive at the orphanage, both Matt and Joanna realize that taking on two more children will have to be a team project. But what about that medically needy infant that steals Joanna’s heart? They can’t manage that. Can they?With a shaky, long-distance marriage, unresolved resentments, and heavy baggage, can they possibly make this work? Through many challenges, they finally learn that their only chance is being as faithful as God Himself. But just how realistic is that? Only time and trial will tell.
Genre: Fiction > Romance