Trust: A Novel byDaines L. Reed


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“Reed’s writing opened all of my senses, allowing me to smell the smells or hear the action in ways some books only dream of.” –Black&Bookish.com Review
“I was impressed with the author’s ability to draw one into the story, and appreciated how she wove her story around such an important, life-changing subject… I loved this novel.” –5 Star Review Alyssa Elmore, Reader’s Favorite Reviewer
“The themes of sisterhood and financial freedom, prominent in the book, are very relevant to many women today. I especially liked how the women stood together and helped each other out when any of them was in need… [Trust] features real issues affecting many women and it also provides practical solutions.” –5 Star Review Edith Wairimu, Reader’s Favorite Reviewer

In the face of a personal nightmare and barely earning enough to save herself, one brave woman makes a decision that will change her life and the lives of her closest friends.
Ruthena Gentry, unsure of what the future holds, and done with fighting the demons of her past, presses forward in faith.
Armed with little more than her Bible, her hammer, and her friends, she clings to the hope that it’s never too late to rewrite her own story.
What awaits on the other side of her journey is more than she and her friends could have ever imagined.
As the unexpected arises, the women learn that trust runs deeper than dollar signs.
How do you free your family when you’re not sure how to free yourself?

For Ruthena Gentry and her book club friends, problems with relationships, kids, and money bring new frustrations every day.

But, when Ruthena is forced to flee here tumultuous marriage– and the lives of her friends come tumbling down, too– the ladies fear that a future fraught with turmoil is becoming inevitable.

Caught in the quicksand of daily survival and desperate for a change, Ruth and her friends make a bold move towards freedom. Ending the legacy of poverty that has plagued their families for generations will require epic faith and these friends are down for the cause. The problem is that time is not on their side and freedom is never free.

Don’t miss Trust, the first novel of the Trust Series by Daines L. Reed.

It’s an inspirational, soul-stirring story about sisterhood and resilience that will stay with you long after you read the last page. Grab your copy today.
Review
“I really enjoyed this book. It was an effortless read and got me thinking about my own financial future. If the author’s goals were to write a great story and leave you with a great message, she succeeded. This book is well-written, will run you through all of your emotions, and delivers at all the right moments. Reed’s writing opened all of my sense, allowing me to smell the smells or hear the action in ways some books only dream of.” –Black & Bookish.com Review

“I was impressed with the author’s ability to draw one into the story, and appreciated how she wove her story around such an important, life-changing subject… I loved this novel.” — 5 star review Alyssa Elmore, Reader’s Favorite Reviewer

“The themes of sisterhood and financial freedom, prominent in the book, are very relevant to many women today. I especially liked how the women stood together and helped each other out when any of them was in need… I loved reading Trust because it is relevant; it also features real issues affecting many women and it also provides practical solutions.” — 5 Star Review Edith Wairimu, Reader’s Favorite Reviewer

About the Author
Author Daines L. Reed, a wildly optimistic lover of words, resides in a small town just outside of Charlotte, NC with her husband, daughters, and pair of miniature Schnauzers. She is a registered dental hygienist, an avid reader, lifelong learner, and emerging storyteller.

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