October 28, 2011

Book Blurb Friday - 10/28/11

Lisa Ricard Claro provides the forum; today, Ashley Ortiz provides the pictorial inspiration. Next comes the book blurb (maximum word count: 150).


Courting Grace: Book #2 in the Praying for Love Romance Series
by Angelica Randolph







Reverend Wilbur Cuttlesworth (whom the bishop labeled “The Miracle Worker”) had his work cut out for him on his most recent assignment. Called to shepherd the flock at Carrington Christian Church, Wilbur found himself ministering to one hundred sinful souls.

Reverend Cuttlesworth worked tirelessly to soften the hearts of his congregation. From the pulpit, his eyes were often drawn to Grace Ellen Webb, a shy, pretty woman who faithfully attended services each week, and sat silently in the third pew.

Wilbur worked hard to make his sermons riveting and his Bible classes inspirational. Before he knew it, attendance was up, as was the amount in the church coffers. Soon the unassuming pastor was being invited to dinner by several single ladies who had romantic intentions. Flattered by the attention, he nonetheless refused all invitations – until Grace made him an offer he couldn’t refuse.



 

7 comments:

  1. Kim, it had me smiling. Subtle, human, about the heart - Courting Grace.

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  2. Fabulous title, interesting blurb. I'd buy the book, definitely.

    Kay, Alberta, Canada
    An Unfittie’s Guide to Adventurous Travel

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  3. Romance always draws me in. Finding love changes people in such a profound way, and I find reading about it to be uplifting. This sounds like one that Bethany Press would love to get their hands on.

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  4. I love a good romance. Sweetly intriguing.

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  5. Creative and quite tantalizing. I'd sure like to know what's in the rest of that series. Better start writing.

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  6. Kim, VERY NICE. I would love to read the rest of your book and see true love bloom amidst the pews.

    All of this church stuff sure does give me great story ideas. I was a church secretary for 6 years and it was a great job. Never a dull moment.

    Take care,

    Kathy

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