And Then Some

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P.H. Village Publishers, LLC, Dec 1, 2004 - Fiction - 260 pages
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Tiffany Williamson is in search of the peace and sense of purpose lacking since a life-changing car accident. Given a second chance, she is determined to live life to the fullest with God first and everything else second. But, when Tiffany meets the love of her life, she finds herself put to the test in the one area of her life she vowed to change. Can she stay true to herself and to her God? On the outside, Theodore Johnson seems to have it all: dazzling good looks that make women swoon from coast to coast and a job with ESPN that gives them the opportunity to do just that. But on the inside, Theodore is struggling. He has yet to recover emotionally from the accident that claimed his beloved wife Vanessa eight years ago. His faith has been shaken to its core, and he's not sure if he can ever believe again. With love in the air, both Theodore and Tiffany struggle to accept what God is offering. Theodore wants to experience true love again, but fears the change that will come with it. Tiffany must battle her fear of being hurt yet again, and of losing herself if she surrenders and lets true love into her life. As Theodore and Tiffany undertake parallel journeys to love and purpose, the lessons they learn and the spiritual growth they experience teach them and those around them the meaning of true love.

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About the author (2004)

In December 2004, Teressa I. Leath released her first novel, And Then Some, a fictional love story. The book was self-published by P.H. Village, Publishers, LLC, which is her company that she started for that purpose. She is a native of Baltimore, MD and has a Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Administration/Finance from Towson State University. She currently resides in West Chester, PA with her husband Tim. The two of them will be working together on a second novel in the near future.

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