REVIEW: Linda Glaz's The Preacher's New Family
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PREACHER T.J. O'BRIEN ISN'T LOOKING FOR A WIFE AND FAMILY
Yet every time he sees Sarah Anne Rycroft, he feels a powerful urge to protect the beautiful young widow. When she's in danger of losing the farm to the bank, T.J. steps in to defend Sarah against the unscrupulous banker.
Sarah knows T.J. has vowed to live a solitary life of devotion to God. Still, the single mother can't resist the comfort and safety of his strong arms. But when he sells his most prized possession to save the farm from foreclosure, she wonders if the handsome preacher could have marriage on his mind, after all.
A story of new beginnings. The Preacher's New Family serves to show Christian and non-Christian alike that life will continue even when faced with unexpected and painful turns along the way.
A traveling preacher, T.J. O'Brien won't be tied down. He knows what he wants and needs out of life until he meets a young widow and her precocious son. Her beauty and hard work touches more in his heart than just his desire to provide. He's met with a life-changing decision especially when he discovers everything she treasures is at risk.
Life on the prairie's been tough for Sarah Anne Rycroft. But after losing her husband, she's learned to survive. With the help of a few friends, she's managed to keep a roof over her son's head and food in their bellies, but time's running out. She must make a decision or their life will cease as they know it.
One day, a tall, dark stranger arrives at her well for a drink of water. She opens her door and her life begins again.
∗∗∗∗∗ Very well written with a message for every reader. I give this book five stars.
Linda S. Glaz is an experienced editor, reviewer and writer, has participated as a final reader for Wild Rose Press, then for White Rose Publishing all the while reviewing for online sites. She has worked as an editorial assistant for Hartline Agent Terry Burns. She's extremely active in the judging community and speaks at conferences nationwide. She is also a member of AWSA. Linda understands writers, because she IS a writer.