A Stitch in Time

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Bethany House, 2006 - Fiction - 364 pages
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In the course of one year Dee Decker . . . . . . has gastric bypass surgery and loses 150 pounds . . . separates from her husband . . . buys a whole new wardrobe . . . flourishes in her glamorous fundraiser job . . . and becomes a Christian. She's a new person inside and out, and the future looks bright. But then a job offer sends her life in a direction she hadn't expected. Her past and present are about to collide in a major way . . . and Dee didn't bring the right shoes!

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Losing 150 pounds, separating from her husband, and becoming a Christian all in one year have transformed middle-aged Southern Californian Dee Decker. Can Dee learn how to handle her new life, especially when a job offer changes everything? First novelist Bottke lives in Minnesota. Read full review

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ALLISON BOTTKE is the creative force behind the God Allows U-Turns series and ministry, author of God Answers Prayers and God Answers Moms' Prayers, and coauthor of I Can't Do It All, a women's self-help book. Stitch in Time is her first novel. In addition to her writing, Allison is in demand as a speaker. A conservative Christian who spent her first 35 years as a nonbeliever, her personal U-Turn story has been seen on The 700 Club, heard on Decision Today radio, and broadcasted in many other television, radio, and news media. Allison and her husband make their home in southern Minnesota.

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