In Good Times and Bad

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A short introduction

In Good Times and Bad

"Rejoice in hope, endure in affliction, persevere in prayer." Romans 12:12

Newlyweds, Dan and Gianna Christiansen return home to New York City from an amazing honeymoon in Italy. Settling into their new role as husband and wife, they think they have their future mapped out...until life happens.

When an unexpected blessing turns to heartbreak, stress consumes their marriage. A distraught Gianna faces self-pity, jealousy, and uncertainty. As she learns to cope, Dan struggles with career obligations that contradict his moral beliefs. With tension rising, Dan and Gianna must nurture their relationship, prioritize, and make sacrifices.

With a new plan in place, and a positive outlook, they are ready to move forward...until the inconceivable happens. Dan suffers a life-threatening injury, causing yet another tribulation in their marriage. How much more heartache can these two endure? Can these devout Catholics keep their vows for better or for worse, in good times and bad?

Author: Janet DiFabio

Janet DiFabio began her writing career in 2011 when she published her first Christian romance novel, "Always Faithful and True." Married, and a stay-at-home mother to five children, Janet is still motivated to write. Although her calendar is full, she continues to write when inspired. Determined to follow-through with her goals, she is eager to introduce her new title, "In Good Times and Bad."

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