Rebekah’s Scorn

Posted by on April 13, 2013

Jilted within a week of her wedding! When Rebekah Newkirk’s finance runs away with another woman, her pride is hurt more than her heart. After being told once too often that everything will work out in God’s time as He brings her and the right man together, she decides to take matters into her own hands. If romantic love is real, it isn’t for her. She’ll find a man to marry all right, but love will not be a motivating factor. The man she needs only has to be God-fearing, not homely or dirty in his ways, and he must be of even temper. How simple is that? Timothy Donovan, pastor of the church, has practically adopted Rebekah’s family as his own since he started the church three years before. He is skeptical of Rebekah’s plans and concerned, but when she attracts a worthy man, Timothy decides her plan might have merit and begins his own search for a wife. Only problem is, if true love is only an illusion, why does everything become so mixed up? We don’t always see what’s in front of us.

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