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The Kansas community of Fairland anticipates the arrival of their new minister and in recent months late in postmistress Grace Cristler has communicated with Reverend Dille via letters answering his uestions about the little town and developing affection for the man who pens thoughtful missives   Theophil Garrison grew up under the Kim Vogel Sawyer has definitely become a favorite author of mine I love the colorful characters strong Christian message and the uiet romance Grace is a delightful character I love how well the cover portrays her with the green dress and even the letter on the desk And her Preacherwell this book is best enjoyed with knowing very little about the plot and watching it unfold bit by bit so I'm really not going to say much about the PreacherTheophil Mrs Kirby Uncle Philemon Earl and the restah I just want to meet them all in real life except Deacon Judd I loved the message givendefinitely a Christian book geared toward Christians there's not a specific salvation message given but instead one of how Christians should live different lives Also I always highly appreciate it when authors tone down the touchy feely parts of romantic stories I am glad to say this book would be suitable for all agesThanks to NetGalley for a review copy

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Grace and the PreacherLoving influence of Grace and Epubhis saintly grandmother but was roped into his cousins’ train robbing plan When they fail and are apprehended Theo fled the scene evading jail time Now an angry cousin is out to avenge Theo's duplicity and he’s on the run He encounters a fatally ill traveler a minister Seeing a way to keep hidden Kim Vogel Sawyer consistently puts out amazing books I love her style Wholesome uplifting and inspiring

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EPUB à MOBI Grace and the Preacher õ 9780307731418 ☆ DANPASHLEY ô ❴Reading❵ ➸ Grace and the Preacher Author Kim Vogel Sawyer – Danpashley.co.uk The Kansas community of Fairland anticipates the arrival of their new minister and in recent months late in 1882 postmistresTheo trades identities with the man dons his fine black suit carries a Bible and prays that he'll be accepted as Rufus Dille   Once in Fairland if Theo's true identity is uncovered what will be left of the world he has built for himself Grace and those in the town who have come to love and accept him From the Trade Paperback editio I enjoyed almost every aspect of this book Sure parts of it made me go No Ohhhh no because I predicted what was happening but of course I didn't want the characters to make such unwise choices But I even enjoyed that from a writers' point of viewI'd say it wasn't fully predictable It's hard to discern that as I study plot and so guess from the writer's brain not just as a readerI loved all of the characters I identified with Grace and the way she viewedprocessed things Theo and Bess probably tied as my favorite characters even though when Bess first came as a character highlight it made me slightly confused why she was there Though I also really like Philemon and Earl Okay I liked Earl a lot too His character growth was one of my favoritesFor some reason in several books I've read recently it's confusing if the struggling characters are saved DURING the novel or if they were previous saved and during the novel turn back to Christ after wandering This was such with Theo By the end he definitely was following God but it's unclear if he was truly born again in the beginning of the novel or notSpiritually five stars hands down This is why I liked Bess SO much She was the perfect older wiser woman whose counsel was solid Biblical and right on There were so many times during the novel that I applauded her for her counsel Very much NOT a follow your heart read And the conclusion of the book's messageyeah It was just so very goodRomanceit was there but it wasn't all mushy gushy In fact I don't remember a single kiss Like I said I came away from the book with the message of Follow God not loveNot to rave but I really liked this book Like a lot Like it's re readable worth it And I don't say that about many books that I read ; Just an extra piece of endorsement there ;I received this book from Blogging for Books and happily gave my honest review