Book Review: Love, Charleston by Beth Webb Hart

I picked up “Love, Charleston” by Beth Webb Hart at book store closing event almost  two years ago.  I finally was able to get a chance to read this book a few weeks ago and thoroughly enjoyed it.  It started out kinda slow in the first chapter but after the first chapter, I was hooked.  After reading the book, I understood why the first chapter was a bit slower than the rest of the book.  The first chapter explained the history of Pastor and Widower Roy Summerall.  It explained why he was afraid to take a new job and move back to Charleston.  Roy is stuck raising his daughter after his wife passed away shortly after she was born.  After deciding to accept the job in Charleston, he was very nervous how he was going to preach to his new congregation and capture their attention.  The congregation in his new church was far different than the one he was preaching at before his big move.

Read the full review at Uplifting Families.

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