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  • Published: 15 June 2015
  • ISBN: 9781622868063
  • Imprint: Kensington
  • Format: Trade Paperback
  • Pages: 304
  • RRP: $12.99

Count It All Joy


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Although Alex Benning is newly married to her dream man, soon-to-be Minister Joshua Benning, this sweet romance quickly turns sour. Alex, still suffering from the physical consequences of a botched abortion, feels pressured to have Joshua’s baby.

Although Joshua already has a daughter from his deceased wife, his longing for the perfect family becomes an obsession. He attempts to develop a secret relationship with a surrogate mother, but when Alex discovers what Joshua is planning, she decides that enough is enough. In the midst of a controversial offer to pastor his parents’ mega church, a relentless plan to father Alex’s child, an international adoption disaster, a church scandal, and the everyday woes of trying to make an instant family work, their world is beginning to fall apart.

Sometimes up and sometimes down, when marriage and ministry are put to the test, will love be enough to make them count it all joy?

  • Pub date: 15 June 2015
  • ISBN: 9781622868063
  • Imprint: Kensington
  • Format: Trade Paperback
  • Pages: 304
  • RRP: $12.99

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Praise for Count It All Joy

“Ashea S. Goldson, originally from Brooklyn, New York, now resides in Metro Atlanta. She is a wife, a mother of two, and a devoted member and ministry leader of Word of Faith-Light of Joy. A graduate of Fordham University, Ashea is both an educator and the co-owner/principal of a Christian preparatory school of the arts. She dedicates much of her time to writing for online and local publications, as well as promoting other authors on her Blogtalk radio show, WordThirst Literary Journal. She is currently working on her seventh Christian fiction novel along with a number of creative projects, which include writing and producing her second screenplay. Armed with a passion for the written word and the support of her family and friends, she considers it a privilege to call herself a Kingdom writer.”


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