Tulsa Trespass / Return to Tulsa (Tulsa #3-4) by NormaJean Lutz

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Author
NormaJean Lutz
Publisher
Hard Shell Word Factory
Date of release
Pages
284
ISBN
9780759933323
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Paperback
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TULSA SERIES 3 and 4 TULSA TRESPASS: Her past has put the only man she loves in danger. Tessa Jurgen knows all too well that prejudice and hatred do not vanish overnight. Because of her past, the man she loves has been falsely arrested and thrown in jail. Because of her past, she cannot forgive herself or her adversaries, and she cannot begin to share her burdens with the Lord. Yet her happy memories keep resurfacing. When Gaven MacIntyre asked her to marry him, Tessa felt secure and cherished for the first time in her life. Now those memories leave only a bitter aftertaste. There's turmoil in Tulsa and in the brave heart of one woman. Will Tessa be yet another victim of an unforgiving world - or a victor lifted high by the only force greater than hate? RETURN TO TULSA: Erik and Clarette Torsten are committed to each other and to God. After all, together they survived the aftermath of the race riots back in Tulsa. So surely they can face a little small-town prejudice in Erik's home town. But when a flood drives their small weekly newspaper out of business, Clarette is secretly relieved to have a reason for going back to New York City. After all, in New York people won't look down their noses at her for being a new Christian and for being a city girl. And in New York, Erik can experience the excitement of scooping stories for a big city newspaper. Best of all, in New York surely Clarette's dream will come true and the play she has written will make it to Broadway. Erik is determined to see that Clarette's dreams do come true. But at what cost to their marriage? And more importantly, at what cost to their relationship with God?


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