Deacon Brown's Daughters

Deacon Brown's Daughters

by Michelle Stimpson, CaSandra McLaughlin

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Deacon Brown's Daughters by Michelle Stimpson, CaSandra McLaughlin

Back in the day, green-eyed Stanley David Brown was a ladies’ man. Now he’s God’s man, and he’s got a lot of cleaning up to do. But where does an absentee father start in the quest to get to know the children he abandoned? Will they give him a chance to make up for lost time?

Stanley has missed out on his chance with his son. But his three daughters, Yolanda, Kim, and Sabrina, are in for a surprise when their long lost father comes strolling back into their lives. Stanley’s presence is met with three different responses, not to mention the reactions from his children’s mothers. Stanley is doing his best to win the girls’ hearts, but how many times can one man apologize before giving up again?

Bestselling author duo CaSandra McLaughlin and Michelle Stimpson had their editor crying with this one! Join this journey of life, love, and forgiveness as Stanley and his daughters walk through touch territory in a storyline that rings true for so many people. Grow with Stanley and his daughters as they all grow to know the Best Father ever.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781943563081
Publisher: ML Stimpson Enterprises
Publication date: 03/28/2017
Pages: 144
Sales rank: 565,868
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 1.25(h) x 9.00(d)

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Deacon Brown's Daughters 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Plz go back & fix the small errors. & they r not extreme. It's just annoying to be into a book and get put off by errors. Other than that, I'm glad the book took the turns that it did. The main character was well written. The ending was great. Effie was smart in her doings. I think she should've reached out to Sabrina as with the other two but eh. I look forward to reading more from these authors.