Former Flyleaf singer Lacey Sturm is set to release her second book. The Mystery: Finding True Love in a World of Broken Lovers will come out Oct. 4 via Baker Books.

Back in 2014, Lacey Sturm’s debut memoir, The Reason: How I Discovered a Life Worth Living, gave fans a look inside the musician’s life from her angst-ridden youth to her ascent as one of rock’s most beloved vocalists. In The Mystery, Sturm focuses on her path to finding true love and advises young women who may feel jaded that love is worth fighting for.

A description of the book as provided by Amazon reads as follows:

Rock princess Lacey Sturm wants to share her journey from heartbreak to wholeness with young women. In The Mystery, Sturm helps readers understand that any loving relationship begins with knowing your own identity in Christ.

And yet, so many people have learned to define love through their own dysfunctional family, unhealthy relationships, the romances and wrecked relationships of mainstream pop culture, or, sadly, through pornography. Is it any wonder so many people end up brokenhearted, divorced, abused, abusive, or even suicidal?

Through personal stories, Sturm shows readers why true love is difficult and often painful but still worth fighting for. She helps women recognize destructive patterns in their relationships, discover a vision for a true and heart-flourishing love, and heal from past wounds.

For anyone seeking healthy, loving relationships in our broken world, The Mystery lights the way to the love we were meant for.

The back cover of The Mystery adds, “The pain of life can make us want to turn our backs on the idea of love. We want to be smarter than the next heartbreak. Yet our hearts still burn when we encounter the purest forms of love. So in our brokenness we keep trying to create love, but it ends up being a version of something filtered through our wounds--twisted and torn--until we no longer recognize it.”

Fans can pre-order The Mystery via Amazon. As for Lacey’s career in music, the rock songstress is enjoying the success of her debut solo album, Life Screams. Lacey has a small number of U.S. tour dates planned, so check out her website to see if she’s hitting a town near you.

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