Boaz Brown by Michelle Stimpson

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Smart-talking LeShondra Smith and her girlfriends all face the same relationship issue - where to find a good man. They yearn to meet a strong, confident man who loves God, just like Boaz in the Bible. The problem is that they don't just want a godly man, they want a godly black man. Enter Stetson Brown, a handsome engineer and faithful man of God who matches LaShondra's wit, style, and values, but happens to be of a different race. But will LaShondra be able to overcome the beliefs that she and everyone around her supports and has grown up with, in order to open herself to the true love of Stetson and God?

About Michelle Stimpson

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Michelle Stimpson is an educational consultant who lives outside Dallas with her husband and two children. She has also served as part of the writing and editing team of "Heartbeat" magazine, a publication of Oak Cliff Bible Fellowship Church in Dallas.
Published June 23, 2012 by Recorded Books, LLC. 332 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Literature & Fiction, Romance. Fiction

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Set in Dallas, Stimpson's debut novel effectively uses flashbacks to dramatize the conflicts faced by her deeply spiritual narrator, LaShondra Smith.

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