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Publisher's Summary

Series prequel to the Tarnished Saints series.

The Taylor Twelve: Sons of a preacher, but far from saints, these men are nothing but trouble!

Tarnished Saints' Christmas is an introduction to each of the twelve Taylor men when they were children. Told by the eldest son, Thomas, the author lets the listener into their lives one memorable Christmas. Each chapter is devoted to one of the brothers to show the trouble they caused in their earlier days, which carries into their present lives as well - therefore giving them the title of Tarnished Saints.

The story is followed by excerpts from each of the Tarnished Saints books. This is a 12-book series, but each stands on its own.

©2014, 2017 Elizabeth Rose (P)2017 RoseScribe Media Inc.

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Tarnished Saints Christmas

Would you consider the audio edition of Tarnished Saints' Christmas to be better than the print version?

The narrator did a wonderful job.He put so much emotion into the book.He made me feel like I was there.

Who was your favorite character and why?

I think Thomas was my favorite character. He was always getting himself into all kinds of situations as we're all of the brothers. I just think he seemed to find more trouble then the rest.

What does Brian J. Gill bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

He makes the story come alive as if your right there.

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

I didn't't think I would but I did.I couldn't' stop until the story was over. It was just that good.I

Any additional comments?

I want to read each boy's individual story now.