New Book – Mine

Hi, friends!

My newest book, Mine, just released! You can find it here on Amazon for just $3.99 or FREE with your Kindle Unlimited subscription.

 

Here’s a little more about it…

Two hurting people. Two continents. Two countries. And the same God, who sees them both and calls them to more.

For years, Quinn Cullen has overseen the panda conservation program in Houston, dreaming of an even greater future for the zoo and its research work. When she’s told that she’ll have to send her most beloved panda, Jin Bao, to China so that he can enter the breeding program in Chengdu, she’s both distraught and angry about the loss. To make matters worse, she’s been told that once she’s home from China, she won’t return to the same job position and that her wealthy father, the panda conversation program’s main donor, has other plans for her. She finds herself at a crossroads, fully feeling the emptiness in her heart and a hopelessness that leaves her breathless.

Hudson Robinson has spent the majority of his life in China and the last several years in Chengdu, leading the breeding program at the panda base there. His life in China isn’t just about his work, though, as he spends a good portion of his time and his efforts sharing Christ with those around him and leading a secret house church. He’s confident that he’s given everything to Christ – his work, his ambition, and his life choices – but still, there’s conflict in his heart over past hurts that have left him wounded. As his breeding program readies itself to welcome Jin Bao to China, Hudson is clinging to his own self-sufficiency and ability to handle anything, never guessing that God is about to change everything.

Mine is a story about love, loss, and letting God have everything.

 

Head on over to Amazon to get your copy. Happy reading!

Jenn

 


Jenn Faulk Books | 306 Willow Street, Vidalia
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