Welcome to Wacky Wednesday!
What is wacky about this Wednesday, you might ask?
It’s where the characters from my books take over my blog and social media accounts so you can get to know them. Happening every Wednesday until launch day (I think…they’re my characters but I don’t control them.)
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I’m Grace Hutchinson, widow of Francis Hutchinson. He was a good man and an exceptional pastor. I’m pleased to say that our son Daniel is walking in his footsteps and is becoming a mighty preacher in his own right. And let me tell you, there was a time when I didn’t think that would happen.
Do you believe in prayer?
I do. My son’s turnaround is a testament to the power of prayer. There was a time when I feared he’d have been lost and we actually almost lost him, but God is good.
I’m sorry, dear, there’s someone here to speak with the pastor, so I have to go. I’ll be back later.
Who am I?
Some people may disagree with my sentiments on this topic but…
I’m old-fashioned. I long for a simpler time when parents had some say in who their children married. Not every child you understand, but the ones who get to a certain age and aren’t even trying to find a find, er, I mean a mate.
It’s so frustrating for a parent to watch their child living the bachelor life when you know the perfect person for them to marry.
And let me tell you, she does not have blue hair. Oh, don’t look at me that way. I’m not judging her, exactly. I just know what my son needs and it’s not that Brianna girl.
Jessica is a perfectly amenable young woman and he could do a lot worse than her. She’d help him stabilize the church in no time at all.
And if he doesn’t want to marry Jessica, well, I can think of a number of women who’d be a perfect match for him. He would see that if he’d just open his eyes.
I won’t take up much more of your time, but I’m here to remind you that His Perfect Match released on February 24, 2023. Be sure to purchase your copy so you don’t miss out. It’s a great story…even though my matchmaking skills aren’t as legendary as I thought they were.
About His Perfect Match (Orange Valley, Book 1)
They were two people who should not fall in love. But God had other plans.
Communications consultant Brianna McPherson would have a much better chance of rallying her fledgling business if her family would stop sending her customers who believed in the barter system. She needs paying clients or will have to close her firm.
Daniel Hutchinson’s church is in trouble. He has less than three months to get an influx of members or close their doors for good. When a friend suggests the free help of a brand manager, he jumps at the chance. He never expected to fall for the feisty consultant.
The last thing she needs is another non-paying client. Especially not the handsome pastor who’s messing with her head and making her feel all kinds of ways. If they can’t make this partnership work, they’ll both be out of a job.
But what if there’s something greater at stake? Like an unforgettable love.
His Perfect Match is the first book of a Christian romance series set in Orange Valley that will remind you that God is interested in every aspect of your life, including whom you fall in love with.