Jonathan Lawrence knows better than to sit up in church and lust over the women on the praise dance team, but apparently Jonathan’s body has forgotten that he is a minister. It’s clearly past time for him to start searching for a wife. He decides to employ technology and finds some promising prospects. Still, he wonders how he will concentrate on finding his soulmate when he’s surrounded by marriages that appear to be falling apart? When an unwelcomed assignment to visit the sick and shut-in members of New Vision Community Church leads him right to the doorstep of a woman with previously questionable morals, Jonathan finds himself wondering whether to run from her or look beyond her past and behold the new woman may be in Christ.
Bria Logan has many regrets, including how she first met Jonathan. She also loathes things she had no control over, like the person God picked to be her mother. Bria’s slow, painful recovery from a car accident lands her on the “home-visit” list of her new church, opening an avenue for her to experience God’s word in a personal setting. But will the ongoing tension with her mother prove too much for Bria to bear? And how long can Bria deny the attraction to this “church boy” who so diligently points her heart to the Father she adores more each day?
This light, inspirational romance by bestselling author Michelle Stimpson is the second the “A Few Good Men” series.