Delving deep into issues of romance, relationships, and faith, this is a beautiful novel about a man and woman who, through their trust in God, learn to live and love in the face of tragedy.
Charisse Ellison is new to her faith, but she’s convinced that her relationship with God is the only way to have the truly fulfilling life she desires—one that includes a husband and children.
Tall, muscular, and strikingly handsome, Stefàn Cooper is a bachelor who is used to getting what he wants from the opposite sex. So when Charisse is indifferent to his charm, he’s immediately intrigued. The couple begins an intense romance that challenges the bravado Stefàn has held on to for most of his adult life and forces Charisse to see that God’s answered prayers don’t always come packaged the way we expect.
Who Said It Would Be Easy? offers hope in situations that at first seem hopeless and shows that through faith in an all-powerful God, even the most painful experiences can culminate in true joy and peace.
Cheryl Faye is the author of five novels: Be Careful What You Wish For, First Love, A Test of Time, A Time For Us, and At First Sight. Who Said It Would Be Easy? is her first book in the Christian fiction genre. She has two sons and lives in New York.