By Linda Hall
I wasn't continuously the law--abiding, churchgoing younger girl i'm at the present time. just lately I did shameful issues after which ran distant. now not even my liked fi anc?, early life minister Greg Whitten, is familiar with the reality approximately my previous. yet now my worst nightmare has come precise. somebody has photographs of the previous me and is sending them to me, to Greg, to the church. And if i need to stay fortunately ever after--if i need to dwell at all--I'll desire my newfound religion and Greg's love greater than ever.
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