Waltzing With the Wallflower by Leah Sanders

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An opportunity for love and a challenge of faith. Paxson Taylor’s recent relocation to St. Louis leads her to a life different from what she’s experienced in the past. Through her work with a small charity, she meets and attracts the attention of professional baseball player, Sebastian Quinn. Flattered, Pax tempers her desire for the handsome playboy with her need to serve her God—a God Seb doesn’t believe exists. Through unspeakable tragedy, they grow closer and with disappointment, drift apart. How can two people from opposite ends of the faith spectrum reconnect when they need each other most?

About Leah Sanders

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Rachel Van Dyken is the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of regency and contemporary romances. Her series include Renwick House, Seaside and London Fairy Tales. Her fiction book, Toxic, made the New York Times bestseller list in 2014. Leah Sanders is the middle child in a family of seven children. As a true middle child she went from high school in Alaska to college in Florida, where she earned a Bachelor’s degree in secondary education from Southeastern University. She also holds a Master’s degree in educational technology from Boise State University. She makes her home in Idaho with her husband and three children. She has no pets but will sometimes allow her children to keep rocks and name them, so they don’t feel like they are missing out on anything as long as they keep them outside. She finds joy in making the world a better place by helping middle school students locate their English assignments on a daily basis, and even sweet romance novels make her blush.
Published June 18, 2015 by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. 63 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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