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A love that feels safe and gives peace: Grab a copy of the newly released inspiring book, “Finding a Soulful Love,” by Lucinda Johnson

Being loved is one of our most fundamental desires. We want to be appreciated for who we are, heard, and understood. We feel like we belong when we know that someone will journey with us and that we will not face it alone.

Many people may give us love. They can make us feel loved. But to be loved soulfully? That’s rare to find. That love makes the heart feel safe and at peace.

The author, together with Author Reputation Press, published this poignant story. A story that every heart can relate to. The love that the heart craves—the love that speaks of patience and kindness—is a love that is worth fighting for.

Author Lucinda Johnson was born in Jacksonville, Florida, and resides in Drexel Hill, PA. She has a BS in Accounting from Cheyney University and is an executive working in Philadelphia at a multimillion-dollar non-profit that helps devoted people improve their lives.

“Finding a Soulful Love” is her first novel and was inspired by her profound desire to have a love that could be felt within her heart and soul. She embraced the journey and mystery of this often elusive, deepest, and truest love. It is love that fuels the essence of her being and the creation of this novel.

This masterpiece traces the journey taken by Cynthia as she begins to search for love. Her grandmother, who was thought to be her mother until she was thirteen, raised her. She never felt any love from her new family, so she reached out to find it with her friends. She found a sister in love with her best friend Teresa and a family in love with her college friend Christine.

As she looked for true love, she encountered several failures and lost love, but Cynthia never gave up. She lost Randall, her first love, due to her teenage pregnancy. Daniel because of his jealousy and physical abuse. Nathan and Cole didn’t last because she couldn’t move her son away from their father. And her marriage to Robert ended because of his alcoholism and verbal abuse. In the end, it was Craig who became her one true love. The man she tracked down to help her find a soulmate.

May this work remind the readers that there is love that does not require perfection. This love gives peace and calmness. Sometimes it may be quiet but genuine. Find that love—that soulful love.

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