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TBT Feature Book + Giveaway: The Miracle of Us

Happy Thursday, y’all!!

Today I’m sharing Laura Bennett’s TBT Feature Book, The Miracle of Us: Confessions of an Online Dater. This throwback read takes us to 2014. Have you read it?

About the Book


The Blurb: They met online.
Laura was a twice divorced mother of four grown children. After two decades of marital devastation, she wasn’t sure if God would give her another chance at love.

Brendan, shocked and devastated after the sudden death of his wife, was left a widowed father with three children. He didn’t see how God could overcome their unexpected tragedy.

But God held all the shattered pieces of both their lives, and He had a good plan. Could He bring together two families 8,000 miles apart? How would they trust Him with the risks required for such a miracle? With each step of faith, God changed their lives and replaced their pasts with a new story. A story of hope, healing and redemption. And it all started on the internet.

Purchase: Amazon, B&N

Add to shelf: Goodreads

About the Author


Laura Bennet is the author of The Miracle of Us: Confessions of an Online Dater, Voices of the Past and Simple & Creative Event Decorating. She recently moved to Southwest Florida where she basks in tropical warmth with her husband and two youngest, teenaged children.  When she’s not writing, she enjoys walking on the beach, photographing nature, playing guitar, reading, and watching hockey. You can find Laura at She welcomes your correspondence.

Connect and follow: Facebook, Twitter, Goodreads


Ms. Bennet is giving away a paperback copy of The Miracle of Us (U.S. only). Leave a comment by 4/19/17 11:59pm EDT for a chance to win. I will use a random generator to pick a winner on 4/20/17 (be sure to come back and check if you won). To enter leave a blog comment. 

​*Giveaway Policy here.

7 thoughts on “TBT Feature Book + Giveaway: The Miracle of Us”

  1. This is a new to me author,I need to add this book to my TBR list! It looks great! I wish more Christian authors would write realistically and have a divorced character or two.


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