BLOG TOUR | Faith Lost – Jerry Gerold

An interesting and thoughtful review of Jerry Gerold’s “Faith Lost”…a truly unique story.

Jessica Belmont

Hi everyone!

Today is my stop on the blog tour for Faith Lost. I have an excerpt and I was able to review the book as well. Let me know what you think in the comments.


Faith Lost
By Jerry Gerold
Genre: Suspense, Thriller

Benjamin Bracket, owner of pawn shop that specializes in vintage movie memorabilia has no idea his life is about to be turned upside down the day a mysteriously familiar woman walks through the door of his pawn shop wanting to sell a gun, or more precisely simply get rid of it.

The instantaneous attraction between Ben and Faith results in a whirlwind romance that has Ben’s friend and employee Veronica concerned that her big-hearted boss is being played. Seeing a losing battle in attempting to caution her friend, she steps back and plays along while watching to see if this woman is truly what she…

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The Authors Show Interview: Faith Lost by Jerry Gerold

Check out Jerry Gerold’s interview about Faith Lost today on The Author’s Show. A contemporary fiction about “faith, love, and history.”

https://wnbnetworkwest.com/WnbAuthorsShow3.html

Cover Art Release – Faith Lost

We are pleased to announce that the cover art for Jerry Gerold’s re-release of “Faith Lost” has been completed, take a peek at the new cover and read a preview of what this great book contains below… and, don’t forget to check back often for more news regarding this title.

Faith Lost - Cover Reveal

SNEAK PREVIEW…

“Where is she?”

LaSalle pointed over the ledge. Stanton looked doubtfully at him and then down. Alice’s body lay several feet below, bleeding and unmoving. He shoved LaSalle out of the way, knocking him to the ground as he hurriedly went to her.

“Alice!” he shouted. “Are you all right? Can you hear me?”

When he reached her, she was still breathing. He cradled her upper body in his arms, the sight of blood trickling from her nose and mouth sending fear and panic up his spine. He said her name again and her eyes fluttered open. Her hand moved slowly along his arm.

“Stanton,” she gasped. “It hurts.”

“Alice,” he said, his heart pounding in his head. “Alice, what happened? Did you slip?”

“No,” she whispered. “Charles…”

“Charles? Charles what?”

“He… he tried…”

“What, Alice? What?”

She attempted to respond, but instead smiled at him just as her life left her.

“No,” he said. “No, Alice, no.”

He looked up, saw Clara and LaSalle standing nearby. His gazed narrowed, focused on LaSalle.

“You rotten son of a bitch,” he growled. “I’ll kill you.”

LaSalle’s eyes widened and he turned and ran. Stanton went after him, but Clara stood in his way.

“Let him go,” she urged. “It was an accident.”

“Like hell it was.”

“No, it was. He told me. She saw a snake and screamed. She backed away and her ankle gave out, tumbling her over the edge.”

Stanton snorted. “A likely story.”

She grabbed his arm tightly. “Stanton, it’s true. I know you think he shoved her, but he didn’t. Charles would never do that.”

“She’s dead.”

“Oh, Stanton,” she said and held him close.

“That son of a bitch,” he blurted suddenly, pulling away. “He’s going to try to get away with it.”

“Stanton!” Clara cried, but he was off.

He ran as fast as he could, fueled by anger, but by the time he reached LaSalle, he was already behind the wheel and driving off. Stanton darted for his own automobile and paused. He looked back and Clara hurrying after him in her long dress and high heels. He leaned against the hood of the car, still breathing heavily.

“Stanton,” Clara called when she got closer. “Charles went to get help.”

“Like hell,” Stanton spat. “He killed her.”

“Stanton, no. He—”

“Alice told me so,” he said. “Just before she died in my arms.”

“No,” she whispered. “He couldn’t have.”

 

Imzadi Publishing Welcomes a New Author to the Family!

Jerry GeroldImzadi is pleased to announce a new member to the Imzadi Publishing family…welcome to Jerry Gerold!

For more information about this new author check out his author page and keep an eye out for more information on the re-release of his book “Faith Lost” this fall!

The instant Faith walked into his shop, Benjamin Brackett fell in love. His friend and employee Veronica thinks Faith is playing him. Meanwhile, after some century-old items show up at his shop, he starts having dreams.

The main figure in these dreams is silent film actor Stanton Orloff. Stanton reveals to Benjamin that he is in fact Benjamin in a previous life and when Faith is kidnapped, Benjamin must turn to Stanton and other past lives to help rescue her.

Join Ben as he visits 1961, 1913, 16th Century Timbuktu and 1st Century B.C. Egypt as he attempts to recover his lost Faith.