TBT Book Spotlight: Preacher Man

Happy Thursday!

I hope you’re having a good week and I hope today brings you all your favorite candy. 😉

Today’s Throwback Thursday Book spotlight, Preacher Man, is written by Laurie Larsen. This read takes us back 5 years. Have you read it?

About the Book

Winner of the 2010 EPIC Award for Best Spiritual Romance!

A beautiful, heartwarming Christian love story that will leave you feeling good

Regan Samuels is newly single and doing her best to raise her teenaged son in the city. She gives the adult dating world a go, but finds she’d rather trade in her stiletto heels for fuzzy slippers. Will she ever find love again, and if so, after the disaster of her first marriage, would she know what to do with true love if it ever found her?

Josh Gregory is a pastor who longs for the loving family that his parents never provided. Because he grew up in a broken home, he’s always been ultra-careful about the women he dates. Besides, in his profession, a carefree dating relationship is a bit of an oxymoron. When he wins a date with Regan at a Charity Auction, he never expects to fall in love with her. After all, she’s not really preacher’s wife material.

But God has a different idea.

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About the Author

Laurie spent close to twenty years with a double life:  Project Manager by day in the high-paced world of Information Technology — author by night crafting heartwarming and inspirational love stories.  Not to mention the roles of wife, mother of two remarkable boys, church choir member, PTO Vice President and Chair of the After Prom Activities Committee. She also sat and cheered at close to a hundred football games, fifty cross country meets, and probably a thousand baseball games.  Now, that’s all changed.  She retired from the day job, her kids grew up, and she and her husband moved from the cornfields of central Illinois to her most favorite place in the world — the Lowcountry of South Carolina.  Now her days are filled with walking the beach, eating great seafood and writing novels that feature ordinary people made extraordinary by God.

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