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SATURDAY MORNING
by Lauraine Snelling

Genre: Inspirational, Contemporary Romance

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Ex-prostitute Hope Benson runs a women's shelter in San Francisco, but the poor condition of the building means Casa de Jesus will be shut down if they don't find a major sponsor soon. Andy Taylor loves rural life and her profitable lavender product business, but her husband's career ambitions force a move to California, and she can't understand
God's purpose in disrupting her life.

Julia Collins, a successful Kansas City attorney, searches for her teenage granddaughter on the mean streets of San Francisco. And a wealthy widow, Clarice
Van Dam, finds herself abandoned, broke and stranded in a strange city by a gigolo con artist. When this unlikely foursome
is drawn together at a market held in the
mission's parking lot, they form a Girl Squad of prayers who look to God for
miracles. Answers pop up in amazing
and unexpected ways.

Snelling pens a delight of a read, engrossing from first page to last. Each characters possesses compelling depth, though a minor character drops out early and leaves a loose end at the wrap-up. (Sep., 384 pp., $13.99)

Reviewed By: Jill Elizabeth Nelson

Publisher: WaterBrook Press

Published: September 2005

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