Glory and the Rawhide Preacher by Linda Ford
(Truly Yours Digital Editions)

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Levi and God have a deal: Levi will devote his life to preaching and reaching people with God’s word, and God will bring Levi’s outlaw brother Matt back into the fold. It sounded easy enough at first, until Levi rode into Bonners Ferry, Idaho, and straight into the path of britches-wearing, horse-riding, independent Glory Hamilton. As far as Glory’s concerned, there isn’t a man alive who can be trusted, including a preacher who looks more like an outlaw and confuses her heart. Does God make deals with men—or is Glory just a test of Levi’s faith?


About Linda Ford

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Linda Ford lives on a ranch in Alberta, Canada. Growing up on the prairie and learning to notice the small details it hides gave her an appreciation for watching God at work in His creation. Her upbringing also included being taught to trust God in everything and through everything—a theme that resonates in her stories. She and her husband raised fourteen children—ten adopted. She currently shares her home with her husband, a grown son and a live-in paraplegic client. A Tennessee native, Karen Kirst currently lives in coastal North Carolina with her marine husband, three boys and Andy the parrot. When she's not homeschooling or writing, she likes to read, visit tearooms, play piano, and watch romantic comedies. She's incredibly blessed to be able to what she loves and gives God the glory.
Published November 1, 2012 by Barbour Books. 178 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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