Song of Solomon by Kendra Norman-Bellamy
(Urban Christian)

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At age forty-five, Dr. Neil Taylor is an eligible bachelor, living a seemingly satisfied existence as a deacon of his church and director of Kingdom Builder's Academy. Despite outward appearances, however, Neil harbors secret pains that have caused him to erect a well-constructed wall of defense around his heart.
Everything changes when Shaylynn Ford, a beautiful young mother, strolls through the doors of his office. There's a marked difference in their ages, but the years that separate them are the least of Neil's worries.
Neil is certain that Shaylynn is his God-given soul mate, but even with all the prayers in the world, how can he get her to love him when she's already wearing a wedding ring?

About Kendra Norman-Bellamy

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KENDRA NORMAN-BELLAMY is a full-time writer, part-time fitness instructor and president of KNB Publications, LLC. She is an editorial consultant for Booking Matters magazine and an active member of ACRW (American Christian Romance Writers). Kendra lives in Stone Mountain, Georgia with her husband and daughters.
Published November 1, 2014 by Urban Christian. 384 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction