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Callie Phillips failed to meet her parents' expectations and took the rebellious route to adulthood. Unfortunately her rebellion resulted in a
predicament more painful than she imagined possible. Five years later she is still battling demons that plague her as she seeks peace in her life.
Teaching choir and her position as music director at Queen of Angels church allow her to glorify God through music. Divine providence places Luke West
into Callie's life as Luke's niece is captivated by Callie's music. Luke's compassionate nature as an EMT serves as a bastion to Callie as she
unburdens her past to him, fearing that he might balk at her indiscretions. Luke's reaction to Callie's confession is forgiving and supportive as he
reassures her of God's mercy and grace, and the gift of forgiveness as he encourages Callie to forgive herself.
The characters in
Beautiful Music represent human frailties and brokenness, compassion and love, devotion and faith, through overcoming the complexities that accompany
adversity. Forgiveness, acceptance and the sanctity of life play important roles in this beautifully written story of trials where God's mercy and
grace are significant. Revisiting Sal's Place is like returning to a place where everyone belongs. Marianne Evans is a very gifted author who has a
passion for Christ, and her love for the Lord is evident throughout her writing. I've read many of her books and am left somewhat speechless by the
impact that her writing has on me. She is a beautiful example for Christian authors. I look forward to reading more books by this talented author. /_
Disclaimer: The author supplied me with a PDF copy of this book in exchange for my honest review. All opinions expressed are my own, and no
monetary compensation was received for this review.