A Friend in Need by N. J. LindquistA Friend in Need by N. J. Lindquist

A Friend in Need

byN. J. Lindquist

Paperback | November 1, 2016

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Glen struggles to figure out how to act around Nicole, who is now dating Charlie, and Nicole’s best friend, Joyce, who Glen is now dating. At the same time, he looks for ways to encourage Luke, who’s recovering from a very serious accident, and tries to avoid Marta, who needs more help than he can offer. As if he doesn’t have enough going on, Glen wonders if the anonymous letters he’s getting are a prank or something more sinister.

Meanwhile, Nicole wonders if she’s made a mistake, and begins to question what she’s been taught by her church.

In the end, with the help of their small group, Glen and Nicole learn that a real friend is someone who has experienced your faults and imperfections, and sticks with you anyway.

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Opening the door carefully, I peered in. Smoke came straight at me. It looked as if the whole kitchen was on fire....

From somewhere beyond, I heard a faint call.

I had to go in.

All I remembered about fire safety was to get a wet rag to cover your nose if you have to go through smoke. But where did you get water when the fire was in the kitchen? I couldn’t even see the sink for smoke.

I heard a loud crackle as flames leaped up the window curtains and shot to the ceiling. No way I could get into the house through the kitchen.

I heard someone call out, “Help me! Please help me!”

“God, I need you!” I yelled, as I shut the door and ran back to the front of the house.

Once on the porch, I pulled off my jacket and using it to cover my head, ran full speed toward the low front window, twisting sideways as I hit the glass.

As I had hoped, the glass shattered, and I went through. But I hit the floor hard, and for a few seconds, I lay there stunned. Then I remembered where I was and jumped up. Tongues of fire were licking at the doorway between the kitchen and the living room. Smoke was billowing out.

It was at this point I realized I should have run to a neighbour’s and called the fire department....

 

About The Author

I'm the creator and publisher of the best-selling Hot Apple Cider books, and the author of the award-winning The Circle of Friends YA series and the standalone novel, In Time of Trouble. Whether I'm writing or speaking, the stories I tell have heart, soul, and satisfying endings. In past lives, I've been a high school Teacher of the...
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Title:A Friend in NeedFormat:PaperbackDimensions:296 pages, 8.5 × 5.5 × 0.67 inPublished:November 1, 2016Publisher:That's Life! CommunicationsLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1927692067

ISBN - 13:9781927692066

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"Although intended for a teenage audience (12-18) this book might well be enjoyed by adults of any age. Although part of a series, this book can be read as a stand-alone." Christian Library Journal"This vivid novel for teens presents relationships, struggles, and the search for love and for God. Real issues are dealt with, and Christian solutions provided." Catholic Insight"By now you will be hooked into the relationships in this teen fiction book series that is so like the real issues with teens. What I didn't mention in the first two reviews in this series is that it is written in first person POV. This gives it such a personal feel." Crystal E. Miller"A Friend in Need tackles real issues, issues that matter to teens and young people, issues that matter to God. The reader who identifies with Glen Sauten will appreciate the real struggles Glen faces and the real solutions Christ provides as he learns to trust God for the answers. It's a very engaging story and an easy read." Leslie Kallen