Overview


The sequel to The Making of Isaac Hunt returns with a new character,
Cee Cee Johnson, a reporter who lies about her identity. When given an assignment in her hometown, Pettigrew, Cee Cee comes face to face with the truth about herself,
her father, and the love she so desperately needs. Join us on this roller coaster ride of emotions filled with suspense, as Cee Cee Johnson discovers what it means to listen,...
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Loving Cee Cee Johnson

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Overview


The sequel to The Making of Isaac Hunt returns with a new character,
Cee Cee Johnson, a reporter who lies about her identity. When given an assignment in her hometown, Pettigrew, Cee Cee comes face to face with the truth about herself,
her father, and the love she so desperately needs. Join us on this roller coaster ride of emotions filled with suspense, as Cee Cee Johnson discovers what it means to listen, learn, love and forgive.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781575674049
  • Publisher: Moody Publishers
  • Publication date: 9/1/2008
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Pages: 336
  • File size: 724 KB

Meet the Author


LINDA LEIGH HARGROVE (M.A., North Carolina State University) is author of two novels including The Making of Isaac Hunt and Loving Cee
Cee Johnson.
She has published articles with Sharing Magazine and the
North Carolina Journal for Women. Samples of Linda's writing may be found at FaithWriters.com.
She currently resides in North Carolina with her husband and three sons.
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  • Posted May 30, 2009

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    Opportunity to leave small town America in order to pursue her passion was just what Carla Celine Johnson needed. The success of her efforts has landed the television reported a coveted interview that leads her right back to where she started - Pettigrew, North Carolina.

    On assignment to interview Pettigrew's celebrity playwright John Manning, Cee Cee soon finds that keeping up appearances is not going to be as easy as she hoped. To her dismay, the past she does not wish to revisit is merged with the assignment many would kill to have.

    How does one face the truth of the shadows of politics, stolen and unconditional love? With love and the willingness to forgive. In Loving Cee Cee Johnson readers are brought face to face with the necessity of being honest about who you.

    Linda Leigh Hargrove has skillfully reintroduced characters from the first book in this series (The Making of Isaac Hunt) with new ones without slowing the pace. The unfolding of the plot shown through the profession of Cee Cee makes this a refreshing and intriguing read.

    Reviewed by Dr. Linda F. Beed
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