Kassidy's Crescendo

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  • Author: Marianne Evans
The stage calls, and the Sisters in Spirit are ready to take inspirational music and performance to a whole new level.  Concert promoter Drew Wintower is a diamond in the very rough. He's a genius at promotion and production, but he's nobody's believer. He's all about...
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The stage calls, and the Sisters in Spirit are ready to take inspirational music and performance to a whole new level. 

Concert promoter Drew Wintower is a diamond in the very rough. He's a genius at promotion and production, but he's nobody's believer. He's all about tangibles and feeding the public appetite.

Kassidy Cartwright belongs to a Christian performance group that has captured his attention–if not his personal convictions. Once his life and heart intersect with this stunning lady, sparks ignite.

On the surface, Kassidy is strong and faithful. Beneath it all a longing builds to find the kind of forever love that two of her friends have embraced. She never expects God to answer that prayer in the form of Drew Wintower–his world is completely secular.

When a concert tour brings them together, Kassidy discovers a solid core of goodness and promise in this compelling man. As transformation occurs, can she hold on through Drew's spiritual growth spurt?  Will Drew be able to convince Kassidy that his newfound faith is authentic–not lip service or an attempt to win her heart?




Reviews (4)

by shan Hogan

Kassidy's Crescendo is the third in the delightful series, Sisters in Spirit by Marianne Evans. Having read the first two, I was itching to read this one. It starts off with a Scripture verse, and is a great way to start a story but more so a reminder to us all of just how important Scriptures should be in our daily lives. Teach us to say ‘no’ to ungodliness and worldly passions, and to live self-controlled, upright and godly lives in this present age. Titus 2:12 pg 1 This is the wonderful story of Kassidy Cartwright and how she keeps her eyes focused on the bigger picture, and of her promise to God to keep herself pure. Passing car lights glinted off the surface of a thick, twined band of silver that rested—always—on the third finger of her right hand. Her friends wore matching pieces—a symbol of love, a symbol of commitment, a symbol of purity. The rings they wore represented a vow to God to remain pure of body and maintain their solid bond of friendship as God led them f

by Sharon Dean

Kassidy’s Crescendo by Marianne Evans....There is so much to say about Kassidy’s story that it’s got me beaming and full of joy to know that her character reflects so much on how girls of all ages should fall in love and expect nothing less than finding a man that loves her completely from the inside out. A man that deeply loves her and would move mountains to show his love, his honor, his grace for her. And that’s what Kassidy does in Drew. Their relationship blooms from something so pure, so innocent, and so constant, their faith in God. A story of how that faith in God, through struggles and hard times of finding it, will make us stronger and love purely, solely through His guidance. Kassidy is strong in her faith and her dedication and courage to show Drew what God’s love is and that God loves him so much, WOW!, this story will wrap you in joy and happiness but carry through storms that even you will learn from and be reminded that God loves you too and will never forsake you and H

by PBG Marketing Dept

She was the girl who liked to party, who knew her worth was in her popularity … until that day when her new best friends, Siobhan, Aileen, and Maeve showed her the path to Christ. And then came the commitment to purity she made with her friends in Aileen’s room one day during their final months of high school—a commitment Kassidy (KC to her friends) intended to keep. She fully relied on God through the accountability she found in her friends, and steered clear of compromising situations. Her husband would be a man after God’s heart and determined to protect her honor. Until then, she was going to give herself completely to serving God and maintaining her loyalty to her “sisters.” But she never expected for Drew Wintower to come into the picture and upset her plans. Or was she upsetting his unwillingness to believe in the saving power of Christ? Either way, KC would have to make a choice to either abandon her faith and commitment in order to have the love of an incredi

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