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One bachelor pastor

Plus four Christmas choir girls

Five weeks of matchmaking in a small town

A young pastor is opposed to his congregation's attempts at matchmaking until he falls hard for one of the new choir girls. Well-meaning elderly women and an autograph book inspire sermon material in this heartwarming Christmas romance set in the small town of Silverton, Oregon. Two recipes are included.

©2017 Christian Romances (P)2017 Christian Romances

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A wonderful Christian romance

Heaven Sent, my fourth read from author Sherri Schoenborn Murray. An at times somewhat humorous at times poignant and always wonderful Christian romance that was a thoroughly entertaining book that I very much enjoyed reading/listening to. The narrator’s singing added enjoyment to my listening, she did such a wonderful job of narration. If I see Sherri Schoenborn Murray’s name on the book I’m guaranteed a good read and as good as her other works have been this is her best I’ve read!

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Charming small-town Christmas romance

Charming, small-townish. Very sixties. Quaint.
Isabelle is a choir girl in the town of Silverton, for five weeks. She couldn't wait to leave her hometown for this experience. But why couldn't Albert, her almost-boyfriend understand?
And then she meets John Hugg, the pastor of the Silverton church; the one who keeps staring at her...
Just like most small towns, Silverton has its share of gossiping busybodies.
This charming tale will have you yearning for Christmas at home.
I recommend you listen to the audio version-it's wonderful!!