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Once upon a time, I was a rebel. And I have the tattoos to prove it.
 

Did I mention I’m also a preacher’s kid? That’s right. And like the prodigal son after whom I modeled myself, I finally saw the error of my ways and returned to the fold. Today my life is all about lead me not into temptation. When I’m not serving as Women’s Ministry Director at my father’s church, I’m working at Gloria’s Morning Café. I even have worthy goals, like saving enough money to buy the café, keeping my Jelly Belly habit under control, and never again hurting the people I love. No more parties. No more unsavory activities. And no more motorcycles.
 

You’d think I was finally on the right track. But since my dad’s replacement hired a hotshot consultant to revive our dying church, things aren’t working out as planned. And now this consultant says I’m in need of a little reviving myself. Just who does this Maddox McCray think he is? With curly hair that could use a good clipping, a tattoo that he makes no attempt to hide, and black leather pants, the man is downright dangerous. In fact, all that’s missing is a motorcycle. Or so I thought. But if he thinks he’s going to take me for a ride on that 1298cc machine of his, he can think again. Harriet Bisset is a reformed woman, and she’s going to stay that way. Even if it kills me!

©2015 Tamm Schmanski (P)2019 Tammy Schmanski

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exceptional!

Best book I have ever read, humour, fantasy narrating and great story. even though fun, the story can bring is all into grace, peace and Gods forgiveness

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  • 08-21-19

A Tongue in Cheek Dossier of a Stunted Church

My hope is that the churches in America are a step above the gossipy, backwoods, judgmental, and stale church that was portrayed in this fictional representation. Some of the subtle details of church life were right on, especially the fact, that some people think they own the church and it should be run to their specifications. I liked the chemistry between Harriet/Maddox, and how it was allowed to grow slowly, throughout the story. I especially liked the older folks in the trailer park with their comical & sometimes heart wrenching quirks. As always, Mary Sarah added a special touch to the story. The southern accent was a bit hard to get used to at first, but as the story continued, it became less of a "thing." All in all an enjoyable listening opportunity. Thanks Ms. Leigh for taking a chance and publishing the entire " Head over Heels" series on Audible. Much appreciated. I truly enjoy all of your work. I cant wait to see what you'll do next.

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  • 07-02-21

Deeper than expected

I was suprised to find this book so deep. The themes were, well...contemporary: the church problemes, the generational gap, the prodigal, self forgivness and accepting God's grace were very realistic depicted and Harriet's journey is encouraging and eye opening. This is the book where Leigh is talking most freely about God and the christian life. I loved it