About the Book
WHEN A LIFETIME OF LOVE IS NOT ENOUGH
Maureen Bower remembers the Fourth of July when she was fourteen: the day her father walked out of her life forever. She struggles with her fear of abandonment until Frank Russo enters her life. Together, they overcome family prejudices, separation, war, and loss. Their life becomes rich and full until the unthinkable happens. Maureens fear of abandonment rises to the surface and consumes her. Friends, family and ministers are helpless to lift her from her depression.
SOMETIMES THE ONLY WAY TO HEAL A BROKEN HEART IS THROUGH A WOUNDED SOUL
Enter Doris Cantrell, the product of an abusive childhood, a troubled marriage and estrangement from her own daughter. She is loud, brash and bawdy, yet Maureen finds her fascinating. Neither the inconsolable widow nor the uncontrollable social misfit have the energy or the inclination to save anyone, but could their wounds be the key to supporting and even healing each other?
“Wounded Angels is a timeless story, beautifully written, bursting with faith, hope and love. Despite never using a single theological term, Chuck Miceli offers us an authentic, universal example of some of the primary theological pillars that undergird the Christian faith. I have no doubt that the readers of Wounded Angels will love it as much as my wife, Diane, and I did when we read it aloud to one another. We laughed; we cried; we were deeply moved”…
Rev. Dr. Gordon E. Ellis
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“Wounded Angels is a thoughtful and entertaining examination of how the arc of friendship, its endurance and its conflicts, sustains, challenges, and renews us on life’s journey, no matter what our age or station.”
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