Jack Clayton's publisher pressures him to write a memoir, but he's not ready to face the skeletons in his closet. Although he's done amazing things in the ministry and produced a best-selling book, the past keeps him in chains.
He finally agrees to write his story, and God brings people across his path with wise counsel, love, and forgiveness. Yet, he knows parts of his life can never be transformed. His one true love is married to another man.
I loved. No Loved. Absolutely LOVED this book. Chris Coppernoll had me totally engaged in this story from page 1. Not only are the characters believable, but the the nuggets they shared made me think of situations in my own life.
I got this book free for my Kindle, but I'm going to purchase a print copy. Providence: Once Upon A Second Chance is too good not to share with others.
Disclaimer: Neither the author nor the publisher provided any payment to recommend this book. All opinions expressed here are mine and given without reservation.
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