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Finding Grace

Finding Grace
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Bezalel Books, paperback, 332 pages.

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At the age of thirteen, Grace Kelly (who has been saddled with the name of a world-renowned beauty, but is far from one herself ) is inspired by an offhand comment from her father to become a saint.

But coming of age and falling deeply in love for the first time in the early 1970's -- in the wake of the 60's "sexual revolution" and the historic Roe v. Wade decision -- presents true challenges for young people who are trying to live chastely.  Grace realizes that without the help of God, the Blessed Mother, and all the saints in Heaven, navigating the thorny path to sainthood would be an almost insurmountable task.

Laura H. Pearl grew up in Plattsburgh, New York and studied at the College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, Massachusetts, where she earned a BA in English. She married her high school sweetheart, with whom she raised five sons, and currently resides with him in Southern New Hampshire. This is her first novel.  Laura blogs at: mumsie2five.blogspot.com/

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The characters are fully developed, easy to relate to, and real. Grace's relationships with her parents, her many brothers, and her friends, are genuine. Readers will become invested in Grace's fate, and yearn for her to win her true love in the end.

"Finding Grace" is a moral read, without being bland or boring. I laughed out loud. I shared in the heartaches as Grace learned who she is, and who she can be, with the grace of God. I really do miss the characters and I'm sad to be done with the novel, even though it has a beautiful ending!  -- Therese Heckenkamp, Catholic novelist
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