In Need of a Joshua Man

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Teresa D Patterson, Feb 22, 2012 - Fiction - 200 pages
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When Audrey Peterson walks into church feeling the need to purge past sins, she sees Pastor Raymond Dickerson and is immediately put off by his striking good looks. She unfairly assumes that he must be one of those hypocritical preachers, the kind that praises the Lord on Sunday and raises hell the rest of the week.As Audrey opens her heart and listens to Pastor Dickerson's sermon, she decides that her preconceived views may be wrong. There's more to the pastor than a handsome face. She feels something that she can't explain when she briefly shakes his hand upon leaving the church, and that “something” is returned by the pastor. He senses something different about Audrey from first glance. He sweats at the altar and has to brace himself before he can carry on with his sermon. He feels a connection, just like her, and finds himself turning to God for answers.At first, Raymond is unsure of what role he's to play in Audrey's life. Once he receives confirmation from God that she is to be his “help meet,” he sets out to teach her about loving God and herself. He ends up being the “Joshua Man” who leads her out of the wilderness into a land of promise.
 

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Contents

Section 1
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Section 2
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Section 3
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Section 4
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Section 5
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Section 6
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Section 7
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Section 8
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Section 10
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Section 11
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Section 12
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Section 13
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Section 14
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Section 15
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Section 16
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Copyright

Section 9
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About the author (2012)

Best-selling urban fiction author, Teresa D. Patterson is known for writing books in the urban fiction genre that are filled with steamy sex and tons of drama. She also writes erotica, romance, and young adult fiction. The writer inside her emerged during fifth grade in Spelling class. Even though she'd had poetry and short stories published over the years, she didn't became a published author until 2005. In 2009, she felt it was time to take her writing career in her own hands and formed Edit Again Publications to self-publish her works.

Patterson has written twenty novels. Her popular titles include,Project Queen, The Real Hood Wives of St. Pete., They Call Me Mr. G-Spot, and Ex-boyfriend. A Bitter Pill to Swallow, her latest release and twenty first novel, was co-authored with thriller, suspense, and crime novelist, Keith Gaston.

Patterson lives in Florida, which is the setting for most of her novels. She has three children.

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