The Preacher's Bride Collection (6 In 1 Fiction Series)
This six-in-one collection centers on the lives and loves of six preachers and the women wondering if they are cut out to be preachers' wives. Being a helpmate to a pastor is no easy task. They must step out in...
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This six-in-one collection centers on the lives and loves of six preachers and the women wondering if they are cut out to be preachers' wives. Being a helpmate to a pastor is no easy task. They must step out in a special kind of faith and love... .
Award-winning author and speaker Darlene Franklin recently returned to cowboy country--Oklahoma. The move was prompted by her desire to be close to her son's family; her daughter Jolene has preceded her into glory. ýDarlene loves music, needlework, reading and reality TV. Talia, a Lynx point Siamese cat, proudly claims Darlene as her person. ýDarlene has published several titles with Barbour Publishing.
Sally Laity makes her home in Bakersfield, California, with her husband and enjoys being a grandma.
Award-winning author, DiAnn Mills, has over forty-nine books in print and has sold more than a million and a half copies. She is a finalist for the 2008 Christy Award for her novel, Lightning and Lace. Six of her anthologies have appeared on the CBA Best Seller List. Five of her books have won placements through ACFW's Book of the Year Awards 2003-2007. She is the recipient of the Inspirational Reader's Choice Award for 2005 and 2007. DiAnn and her husband have four adult sons and lives in Houston, Texas.
KIMBERLY COMEAUX writes from Cajun country in Louisiana, where she lives with her husband, Brian, teenage son Tyler, and their two dogs. Despite serving as her church's choir director, web designer, and women's ministries leader, writing inspirational romances remains her first love. A
Kristy Dykes and her husband live in Jacksonville, Florida, and often travel to hold marriage seminars on "loving your mate." Pamela Griffin lives in Texas and divides her time between family, church activities, and writing.