If the Shoe Fits

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Steeple Hill, Feb 1, 2010 - Fiction - 256 pages
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In all my thirty-five years, I, shoe designer Rochelle Gardner, have never had so many men interested in me! My teen son's dad is back in my life after suffering from amnesia (yes, really). The church deacon has had his eye on me for years (and never said a word). And the young waiter (from the restaurant I've visited for singles' events) is trying to steal my heart. I've been struggling with my faith, trying to figure out which man God has chosen for me and wondering if I have the courage to step forward, on my not-so-pretty feet, to accept love. It's almost too much for the Sassy Sistahood to handle, but my girlfriends always have my back!

 

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Contents

Acknowledgments
5
Chapter One
7
Chapter Two
22
Chapter Three
41
Chapter Four
60
Chapter Five
76
Chapter Six
93
Chapter Seven
111
Chapter Ten
171
Chapter Eleven
188
Chapter Twelve
203
Chapter Thirteen
225
Chapter Fourteen
243
Chapter Fifteen
257
Questions for Discussion
279
Copyright Page
281

Chapter Eight
132
Chapter Nine
152

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Marilynn Griffith is a wife to a deacon, mom to a tribe of seven and evidence that God gives second chances. When not chasing toddlers, helping with homework or trying to meet her next deadline, she makes soap, blogs and reads. To book speaking engagements or just say hi, drop her a note at: mary@marilynngriffith.com.

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