The Transformation: A Project Restoration Novel

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David C Cook, Sep 1, 2009 - Fiction - 304 pages
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Can a good, hard-working Christian man disregard his cultural and religious admonitions—as well as his mother’s plans for his life—for the love of a woman and an historic church building?


Oliver Barnett is a good contractor, a good Christian, and an obedient son, never in trouble, never one to rock the boat … until real estate developer Samantha Cohen enters his life. Samantha, full of life, vitality, and wit, is unlike any woman he has ever known—in more ways than one. Not only is she planning to transform an historic church near downtown Pittsburgh into a restaurant/nightclub, but she is Jewish and has a less-than-innocent past. Oliver finds himself in a most unsettling dilemma. Does he do what’s right by the nice girl his mother has chosen for him, or does he do what his heart is telling him to do?

 

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Review: The Transformation, Project Restoration Series #3

User Review  - CKendall - Christianbook.com

Im not really sure where to begin here. This book took me by surprise. I dont know what I was expecting this book to be, but the back cover synopsis just did not do this book justice. There was so ... Read full review

Review: The Transformation, Project Restoration Series #3

User Review  - Christy Lockstein - Christianbook.com

The Transformation by Terri Kraus has an unexpected depth. Oliver Barnett has spent much of his life trying to please him mother while also living out his faith. Samantha Cohen has spent hers trying ... Read full review

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After nine co-authored books with her husband Jim, Terri Kraus, has added her award-winning interior designer's eye to her world of fiction. She comes to the Restoration series naturally, having survived the remodel, renovation and restoration of three separate residences. She makes her home in Wheaton, IL, with her husband, son Elliot, schnauzer Rufus and Siberian cat Petey.


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