Stealing the Preacher was a fun read, one I did not want to take a break from.
Joanna’s father, an ex-outlaw for the last sixteen years, holds up a train to get Joanna the birthday present she has asked for. When her father shows up with a “preacher man”, Jo is embarrassed but hopeful. Her mother’s dying wish was for her to continue praying to find a way for her father to get right with God. Jo’s only hope was to have the community church open back up with a man of God to lead it. But would a man pulled from his own agenda want to stay to start a church.
Silas only wanted to give his daughter what she wanted. This “preacher man” wasn’t anything like any other he’d ever encountered in his life time. This man was a working man and not one to take any guff either. But a childhood experience had soured him to any man toting a Bible.
Archer only wanted to attain the position at the church in Brenham. The unexpected delay may cause him to lose out to another. But just maybe God has other plans for him.