Amazon Customer Reviews: (4.3 / 5)
Sarah, 18, has been attracted to other girls since she was nine. But she is a Christian, and the tenets of her church are clear: homosexuality is a sin and an abomination. In a desperate bid to prove her virtue, she throws herself at a boy she goes to school with, and ends up pregnant.
Her infant daughter, Rebecca, derails Sarah’s entire life. She is forced to withdraw from Yale before she even gets there. Her devout mother, ashamed, pays for an apartment where Sarah is alone with the baby. Sarah was smart, beautiful, and adored. Now she feels like she knows nothing, and her friends treat her like a leper.
In the long, sleepless hours of night, while she lies awake waiting for Rebecca’s cry, she is forced to reflect on who she is and how she got here. She has lost all hope – until one night she hears God, providing her a simple answer:
Kill the child.
From bestselling Kindle Suspense author Adam J Nicolai comes a glimpse into the maelstrom of one young woman’s emotions: a place where faith, reason, and human love collide.
Praise for Rebecca
from Amazon Customer Reviews
I heartily recommend this to anyone who loves slow building horror, vividly descriptive journeys through a mind during duress, or simply a story about the varieties of unconventional love that exist today. – Steven
I found Rebecca to be a pretty emotional story. The feelings you experience as you read the thoughts of Sarah, an unprepared young mother, are intense. You’re disturbed, worried, angry, scared… but then become hopeful and happy as new life emerges. – Aja
This was easily one of the best books I’ve ever read. I literally could not put it down. Masterfully written, this book will grip your heart and implore you to devour it in one sitting! – William Jackson