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Stained Glass

“Plenty of people who are in prayer groups at church have secretly watched and enjoyed Fifty Shades of Grey. However, they don’t feel that they can share that about themselves at church or in those groups. So they don’t share. And that they don’t feel that they can share that part of themselves is a problem. And it’s the church’s problem.”

― Patrick Friar, Stained Glass

“Stained Glass” intricately weaves a tale of love, faith, and the delicate dance between the two, centering around the life of Pastor Damon, the head of a southern congregation. The narrative explores the complex interplay of inner struggles, personal desires, and the clash between religious obligations and human nature.

Pastor Damon is presented as a character striving for perfection in a role that demands he be all things to all people. The plot takes an unexpected turn when he encounters Taylor, a nurse ensnared in the complexities of a troubled marriage and motherhood. The immediate connection between Damon and Taylor creates a riveting tension, setting the stage for a profound exploration of their inner conflicts.

However, it is essential to note that “Stained Glass” comes with trigger warnings that may not be suitable for minors. The explicit portrayal of Damon’s struggles with lust and the challenges posed by his carnal desires adds a layer of complexity to the story but may not be suitable for all audiences.

“Stained Glass” is a compelling exploration of the intricate relationship between love and faith. The well-crafted characters, particularly Pastor Damon and Taylor, draw readers into their world of inner turmoil and external challenges. Despite the trigger warnings, the novel provides a thought-provoking and emotionally charged experience.

Purchase this book today and delve into the pages of “Stained Glass” to discover a world where love and faith intersect in a truly profound and resonant manner.

Purchase the Book Today on Amazon.

Author: Patrick Friar

Page Count: 306

Rating: 4.5/5 Stars

Reviewer: Mary Owens

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