Kindle Edition Þ Splitting Harriet Epub Ú

Kindle Edition Þ Splitting Harriet Epub Ú


Splitting Harriet ❅ [KINDLE] ✾ Splitting Harriet By Tamara Leigh ➞ – Centrumpowypadkowe.co.uk ONCE UPON A TIME I WAS A REBEL AND I HAVE THE TATTOOS TO PROVE IT Did I mention I’m also a preacher’s kid That’s right And like the prodigal son after whom I modeled myself I finally saw the err ONCE UPON A TIME I WAS A REBEL AND I HAVE THE TATTOOS TO PROVE IT Did I mention I’m also a preacher’s kid That’s right And like the prodigal son after whom I modeled myself I finally saw the error of my ways and returned to the fold Today my life is all about lead me not into temptation When I’m not serving as Women’s Ministry Director at my father’s church I’m working at Gloria’s Morning Café I even have worthy goals like saving enough money to buy the café keeping my Jelly Belly habit under control and never again hurting the people I love No parties No unsavory activities And no motorcycles You’d think I was finally on the right track But since my dad’s replacement hired a hotshot consultant to revive our dying church things aren’t working out as planned And now this consultant says I’m in need of a little reviving myself Just who does this Maddox McCray think he is With curly hair that could use a good clipping a tattoo that he makes no attempt to hide and black leather pants the man is downright dangerous In fact all that’s missing is a motorcycle Or so I thought But if he thinks he’s going to take me for a ride on that cc machine of his he can think again Harriet Bisset is a reformed woman and she’s going to stay that way Even if it kills me.

  • Kindle Edition
  • 402 pages
  • Splitting Harriet
  • Tamara Leigh
  • English
  • 10 February 2015

About the Author: Tamara Leigh

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10 thoughts on “Splitting Harriet

  1. Jes Drew Jes Drew says:

    This book was charming and hilarious and romantic to boot The heroine and I are in the same boat about hating change with a passion and then the hero rides up riding a motorcycle and shakes that boat right on up A wonderful look into small town America and the efforts of a dying church to grow again A very atmospheric tale to get comfy in

  2. Toni Shiloh Toni Shiloh says:

    This one really hit me The lesson of forgiving our self is one we should embrace and live out fully

  3. Michelle Michelle says:

    Splitting Harriet not only has a catchy title but it really fits the story I am always impressed when an author comes up with a title that truly represents the book And the cover captures the meat of the story as well This is one awesome chick lit novel that has all of the ingredients you want to see in a Christian book Romantic tension first person internal dialog that flows naturally tough decisions and spiritual growth Her fears were realistic given her past but she needed to learn to trust in order to growWatching Harriet grow in the Lord was a beautiful thing to experience as I read this novel I loved Harri's personality her uirks her issues with cats her imperfect past her striving to do the right thing and fearing that the old man would return if she gave in to her passions She was a fabulous and lovable character I'm sad the story had to end I read the book in less than three days so you know it was awesome The humor was LOL funny especially when she started noticing the hero's flaws when she was irritated with him Example Why did his nose suddenly seem longer?And Harri was never mean in her thoughts towards others Honest yes But never mean Even her own negative thoughts about herself were well done Snappy but not snippy Great internal dialog Harri is a lot like me She wants to do the right thing but sometimes selfishness blocks her progress She's human after all Wait she's a fictional character But she seemed so real I highly recommend Splitting Harriet Nothing forced or contrived in this story NOT a thing

  4. Inspirationalfictionreader Inspirationalfictionreader says:

    Before I begin gushing about this story I have a warning and a confession The warning first You really need to have a large bag of Jelly Belly’s on hand you will need them The confession? I’m sure I ate Jelly Belly’s during the reading of this book than I have in the last 15 years 😳 Not even kidding This is the 3rd story of 4 that I have read in this series by Tamara Leigh and I have loved them all These stories all have the same feel to them but they are totally stand alone readsOnce again Tamara Leigh hits it out of the park She gives you a bit of everything There’s humor lovable characters including great secondary characters sweet romance and a depth that is unexpected and touching at the same timeMaddox and Harriet totally compliment each other They both have done things in the past that they are not proud of The people they are now show just how much a person can change and grow with God’s help There’s also the great message that once we ask God for forgiveness He forgives us The problems usually arise because we have trouble forgiving ourselvesI highly recommend this story actually anything that is written by Tamara Leigh I’m kicking myself for not reading this series sooner

  5. Celestial Celestial says:

    Again I am being asked what I thought of this book Now I want everyone to realize that I picked this rating of two starts merely because I didn't enjoy the book not because the book wasn't clean To start off I will say that I was rather excited to get this book Don't ask me why because I don't really remember All I know was that I was actually excited to pick this book up from the library I also will say that I didn't have to much trouble reading it But to be honest I still didn't like the book or charactersI have never been one for the small town life you can call me a city girl because it would be true This doesn't mean that I would die if I didn't live in the city but I just don't really like the feeling of a small town To me it's claustrophobic Anyways back on track this book is based in a very small town Not only that but this book's main plot is about changing a church filled with old people into a church filled with young and old The main character Harriet has a problem with this and feels a great loyalty to the old people of the church and town Now I don't know about you but the idea of reading a book that's plot revolved around a very small town filled with old people didn't catch my attention Ok before you think I am a stuck up city girl with no love for older people I would like to tell you that is not true For some crazy reason I instead like reading books about things that my younger self can relate toI just didn't like how Harriet had like no friends her age and all she did was hangout with older people There was a reason for this but still I wouldn't recommend this book but if you really want to you can read itWarning This book is very clean but Harriet the main character used to be a rebel child and had a crazy past

  6. Kara Kara says:

    Splitting Harriet is a fun book to read Harri is an ex rebel who is trying to prove to everyone that she's changed She works at a church lives in a comfertable trailer home and has a plan to buy a cafe but when another ex rebel comes to work at the church she's not so sure how she will control herself Maddox is a very handsome funny smart man who is in love with Harri Harri's afriad of going back to her rebel ways so she's debating giveing him a chance By the end of the book the drama rises and you'll have no idea how Harri will react This book was good but a little slow at times I was always excited to read it because I was convinced that something really amazing was going to happen but it never did This book held my attention but could have been interesting It is alot about the Christian faith so I think that anyone who is really into their faith would enjoy this book

  7. Tanx Tanx says:

    My favourite Christian chick lit author of all time Tamara LeighI love all her works from this genre and would really hope she will continue writing Back to this book I enjoy how she portrays the struggles in church administration and in typical chick lit fashion the refreshing honesty of the female leadThe bits on Jelly Belly flavours are too cute

  8. Kate (The Shelf Life) Kate (The Shelf Life) says:

    Splitting Harriet is such a uniue book It touches on a couple of tough subjects but is made enjoyable by the fun writing style of Tamara Leigh Splitting Harriet focuses on Harriet Bisset a 27 year old former rebellious PK preachers kid who seems to only to be able to live life in one extreme or the next As a kid she just wants to get away from the church and turns to cigarettes alcohol and inappropriate guys As the reformed prodigal she is determined to lead a uiet and orderly life amongst the elderly community who cares for her and she in turn cares for at church as head of women's ministry and as a waitress at a morning cafe' In Harriet's opinion it is either all or nothing even when forgiven from the past by others and GodWhen Maddox McCray shows up Harriet is thrown for a loop Her order of life is thrown into chaos as he starts to help revitalize her dying church while trying to help keep everyone happy and avoiding the possible split of an unhappy church Maddox not only upsets Harriet's work life but also her personal life when she finds out that Maddox had a rebellious streak like she did and he never gave up the motorcycle So she is bound and determined to believe because he isn't clean cut and orderly ready to follow tradition he isn't reformedTamara Leigh was able to turn a topic that can usually be hard to stomach into a fun book church politics Sadly yes there can be politics in church and it can rip a church to shreds if not careful I've seen it but here Splitting Harriet is focused on helping a church and making sure that they also help the people who are used to the old transition to the new so that they can reach people with the love of Jesus The book also focuses on trust in many different forms Having trust that the head minister is doing the best to help the church trusting God with your life and growing into the person He wants you to be not the person you think you should be and trusting the people in your lifeThis was a fun book and Harriet's uirks make it all the enjoyable and real I don't think I've ever read about another character that had such an intense addiction to Jelly Belly Thank you to Blogging for Books and Multnomah Books I received this book for free in exchange for an honest opinion

  9. Alyssa Alyssa says:

    SynopsisOnce upon a time I was a rebel And I have the tattoo to prove itThen there was the spiked hair–the shade of which changed monthly–“colorful” language that can’t be found in your everyday sixteen count crayon box a pack a day habit less than modest wardrobe and an obsession with guitar trashing drum bashing musicDid I mention I’m also a preacher’s kid? That’s right And like the prodigal son after whom I modeled myself I finally saw the error of my ways and returned to the foldToday my life is all about “lead me not into temptation” When I’m not serving as Women’s Ministry Director at my father’s church I’m working at Gloria’s Morning Café I even have worthy goals like saving enough money to buy the café keep my Jelly Belly habit under control and to never again hurt the people I love No parties No unsavory activities And no motorcycles You’d think I was finally on the right trackBut since my dad’s replacement hired a hotshot church consultant to revive our “dying” church things aren’t working out as planned And now this “consultant” says I’m in need of a little reviving myself Just who does this Maddox McCray think he is anyway? With his curly hair that could use a good clipping tattoo that he makes no attempt to hide and black leather pants the man is downright dangerous In fact all that’s missing is a motorcycle Or so I thought But if he thinks he’s going to take me for a ride on that 1298cc machine of his he can think again Harriet Bisset is a reformed woman and she’s going to stay that way Even if it kills meReviewI absolutely adored this story A story of Love Forgiveness and Grace This story as about Harriet a prodigal daughter Who goes from a rebellious motorcycle riding tattoo loving to a reformed Christian woman running from her past Along the way she gets torn between to guys Stephano and the the swoon worthy character Maddox McCray If you want a cute and uirky read pick up Splitting Harriet

  10. Christy Christy says:

    Meet Harriet Bisset prodigal daughter of a preacher and lover of Jelly Bellys She also happens to be the director of women’s ministries at the church where her father was the former pastor and she’s doing her best to keep things from changing too much Who needs a contemporary worship service when you’ve got a beautiful organ and an organist that’s been faithful to play it for 30 years? Unfortunately for Harri the church board members have hired a consultant to bring the church into the 21st centuryWhen consultant Maddox McCray arrives Harri doesn’t care for him one bit But when he starts revitalizing the women’s ministry activities Harri has to admit that maybe he has a clue about what he’s doing Oh and how she doesn’t want to have feelings for him but that’s easier said than doneThis book was so enjoyable and right up my alley I loved the occasional touches of humor and the depth of Harri's character She tries so hard to please God and to keep herself above reproach because Lord knows she's already had enough of that in her life Mix Harri's character with all the struggles going on at her church and you've got a great book that really makes you think Being a former PK myself it's not an option to be away from prying eyes and gossip circulating about you and your family Tamara Leigh did an excellent job of revealing Harri's conflicting emotions about what Harri would prefer to see happen versus what was best for the church as a whole

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