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Pride and Fall

4.88  ·  Rating details ·  8 ratings  ·  5 reviews
Fear unchecked cripples. Fear conquered liberates.

Faith Keller has suffered much in her life--the murder of her sister, the near-destruction and almost-ruin of her family, a traumatic abduction. It's no wonder she battles the effects of PTSD on a daily basis. The last thing she needs is to be the subject of an intense police investigation for the very crime her father
Hardcover, 340 pages
Published December 16th 2016 by Foyle Press
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Mae Clair
Dec 31, 2016 rated it it was amazing
This fabulous book is the third in the author’s Cathedral Lake series, but it is more than capable of standing on its own, a self-contained story of suspense and romance. Faith Keller has seen her share of tragedy and is struggling to overcome PTSD as she starts a new veterinary practice in her home town of Cathedral Lake. There are good memories there, but also plenty of bad.

This book starts off with a bang—literally—when Faith finds herself in the midst of a possible terrorist attack. Officer
Sep 16, 2018 rated it it was amazing
This is the third book in the Cathedral Lake series, but it could also be considered a standalone.  Although reading the first two may be helpful, enough backstory is provided in Pride and Fall so that it's not confusing.

After reading the first two books over the past year or so, it felt like catching up  with old friends again when I picked up this novel.  I'd missed these characters and was anxious to see where life had taken them.  But we didn't get to catch up for long, because the action an
Michele Jones
May 26, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Recommends it for: Anyone who likes a good page turner
Recommended to Michele by: Joan Hall
This is the third and final book in the Cathedral Lake series. Staci Troilo had me hooked from book one. I couldn’t wait to learn Faith’s story especially since she has endured more than her fair share of misery and misfortune. Faith struggles to overcome PTSD as she starts a new veterinary practice in her home town of Cathedral Lake where her memories are good and bad alike and tear her apart inside.
The face-paced plot finds Faith in the midst of a possible terrorist attack and ultimately in th
Harmony Kent
Feb 13, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Pride and Fall makes the third and final book in the Cathedral Lake Series. However, it also works well as a standalone novel. In this installment, we delve into the life of the youngest Keller, Faith, who suffers from PTSD and panic attacks following her abduction in book 2. The first time she ventures out to a crowded venue that pushes her boundaries, she finds herself in the midst of a terrorist attack with a shooter and an unexploded bomb. In the midst of the chaos, Faith has to battle her d ...more
Joan Hall
Jan 28, 2017 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I love a book filled with action and suspense and this third book of Troilo’s Cathedral Lake Series did not disappoint.

Pride and Fall continues to follow the saga of the Keller Family. Faith Keller has had to overcome a lot in life—the untimely and tragic death of her twin sister, the near destruction of her family, and an abduction. Is it any wonder she suffers from PTSD?

Now with a new veterinary practice, Faith struggles to overcome her fears. At the same time, she wants to exert independence
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