If you don’t want to be “provoked, seduced, or have your perceptions of love challenged,” stay away from Sila Long’s books.
If you don’t want to feel “excited, a bit anxious, and experience a longing for the alluring characters once each book ends,” don’t read works by Sila Long.
If you love the “ordinary predictable tales of sex and conquer,” Sila Long's books are not for you.
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A PERSONAL NOTE TO MY READERS:
There were things on my mind when I decided to sit down and start to write book one of the BRUSH OF FAITH TRILOGY. Like how unresolved pain can jail us to our past infecting our relationships and changing the trajectory of our lives forever—if we let it. Or what it means to really love our life partner, and our capacity to forgive. Well that was more than four years ago when Brook and Isaac, two stellar and complicated people, came into my head and were brought to life on paper. Their insecurities, secrets, pain, and humor were all laid bare as their tale of crazy love unfolded. It was through Brook and Isaac that these things on my mind became part of their journey, their story and maybe lessons for us all.
The last chapter of their story is finished, and I miss them. But while I was writing their tale of a fierce love shared, I must admit that there were moments that their story just took my breath away…
It is my hope that you will have the same experience.