A book in the Men Of Praise series.
3rd book in the Men of Praise series by Gail Sattler. Sattler is a good author. Light humor, but serious issues and good romance.
Christian Romance: Men of Praise
Computer store owner meets pretty clothing store worker....it seems they've found permanent lunch partners. Computer store owner starts to feel something for pretty clothing store worker....but lets his past take control of his heart.
Main character Lacey builds a friendship with Randy, but she fears that his former life of addiction is not behind him.
I really enjoyed reading this book
This book is great! It just goes to show that not everyone is the same. And that people can overcome bad things in their pasts.
I loved the whole series is this one. I could not wait until the next book came out.
Lacey and Randy are the perfect couple...at least that's what everyone around them thinks. Lacey has trouble accepting Randy at first because he is a recovering alcoholic and she fears he'll relapse at some point. It's a decent read and the characters are, for the most part, likable, but I wanted to smack Lacey at one point since she hasn't quite gotten the Christian concept of forgiveness.
Heartwarming, inspirational romance
Part of the Men of Praise series... excellent book!
Couldn't put it down! I really enjoyed te story very much! Once I started I wanted to keep reading because I wanted to know how their relationship was going to workout. I read the other two books in the series and I belive that Gail is a great writer. She develops her characters well and you get so caught up in their lives.
When lovely Lacey Dachin signed on at the clothing shop next door, it looked as if fun-loving Randy Reynolds had found a potential lunch partner. Meals could be lonely for a single guy, particularly one whose friends were getting hitched right and left!
The is a good story and Gail Slater does a great job of telling both the male and female perspectives.
I couldn't get into this story right away...BUT I'm glad I kept reading. I appreciated how the author weaved the subject of alcoholism into the story (for those who are recoverers, those who are still struggling, and especially for family members who are victims). Plus, it was a good romance!