Alissa is an island beauty raised by her fundamentalist aunt. Simeon is the renegade son of a popular preacher running from the yolk of organized religion. The two become live in lovers, trading their religious roots for a relationship based on their own rules.
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Date:August 20, 2009
This book does not fit into any neat stereotypes about religious books. It is an inspirational fiction based in the Caribbean that first exemplifies the enduring love of Jesus and explores many of the real life choices we often make. The Good Father has moments of laughter, intimacy, anger, betrayal and ultimately reconciliation. After reading it I became home sick. If you not from the Caribbean it will show you aspects of island culture that you will not find in advertisements. I would definitely recommend that you read this book.