Wednesday, November 14, 2007

Splitting Harriet by Tamara Leigh


Who among us has not made mistakes in our past that we desperately do not want to repeat? In Splitting Harriet this theme is seen in the heroine, Harriet, who made mistakes in her past that she hasn't quite forgiven herself for. In not forgiving herself, she finds herself trying to live a "safe" life that she has created for herself. She finds during the book that living a safe life is not what God has in mind for her. He wants her to live a victorious, full life, just like He wants us to. This book is a marvelous example of learning more about forgiveness from God, those who love us, and ourselves.


About the Book:

Preacher’s kid and prodigal Harriet Bisset returned to her church and her family in Franklin, Tennessee, seven years ago. Once the proud owner of two tattoos and a nose ring, Harri is now addicted to Jelly Bellys in lieu of hangovers and Bible verses in lieu of foul language.

The good news is that she has everything under control: a part-time position as director of women’s ministry, a church family that adores her, a rent-free home in a senior mobile home park, and the possibility of owning the cafĂ© where she waitresses. Nothing could tempt Harri to return to her old ways. Nothing but a 1298 cc, liquid-cooled, sixteen-valve, in-line four-cylinder motorcycle—and the church consultant riding it.

Reformed rebel Maddox McCray’s arrival at First Grace spells C-H-A-N-G-E for the dying church. And it just might mean change for Harri when Maddox sets out to convince her that even Christians are allowed to have fun.

The story of a prodigal daughter’s transformation, Splitting Harriet reminds readers of God’s delight in forgiving, loving, and enjoying the ride.

About Tamara:

Tamara Leigh’s first novel, Warrior Bride, was published in 1994 and was followed by six more bestselling, award-winning historical romances for Bantam, HarperCollins, and Dorchester. Leigh’s inspirational chick lit debut, Stealing Adda, was published in 2006 to great critical acclaim. Leigh has also written for Romantic Times magazine and been a guest speaker for WaldenBooks’s corporate conference. Leigh lives outside of Nashville, Tennessee, with her husband and two sons and enjoys time with her family, volunteer work, faux painting, and reading.


This is an excellent book that you will definitely want to read. To purchase one for yourself, click here.


Smiles and Loves! Janis

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