Unexpected Wedding

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  • Author: Carla Rossi
Rocky Lionakis has been a wheelchair user since a fall in college.  He plays bass guitar in Cornerstone Fellowship’s worship band and shares his testimony every week with the campers at Towering Pines summer church camp.  At peace with his chair, he has settled into a boring but...
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Rocky Lionakis has been a wheelchair user since a fall in college.  He plays bass guitar in Cornerstone Fellowship’s worship band and shares his testimony every week with the campers at Towering Pines summer church camp.  At peace with his chair, he has settled into a boring but successful career in technology - until stunning camp counselor, Gia Rinaldi, enters his life and turns it upside down.    


Lifelong preacher’s kid and occasional wild child, Giavanna Rinaldi, has always learned things the hard way.  With a trail of bad choices in her wake, she has finally grown up and found her niche as a student of Christian child psychology.  She returns to Camp Towering Pines where she’s worked since high school, but unsettling dreams and an unexplained illness lead her to a harrowing discovery.

Will Rocky and Gia’s budding romance survive her trauma?  And is their bold decision an answer from God, or a serious step outside of His perfect will?




 


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Reviews (2)

by Tanya Stowe

In Unexpected Wedding, Carla Rossi tackles two tough subjects. Only the best kind of writer can turn date rape and a hero in a wheelchair into a five star romance with a Happy Ever After! With Carla’s trademark humor, she tackles these sensitive topics, turns Rocky into a dreamy hero and even shows us how no prisoners-taken, wisecracking heroine, Gia, can find her way to healing, too. A must read and a keeper!

by Donna Basinow

I loved this story! The strength of the characters and the way they are so real about their circumstances is beautiful! This story really makes you feel like you're right there on the sidelines cheering them on. Honestly I just wanted to reach in and hug them sometimes! Great story, Carla!

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