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Tabitha: Always a Bridesmaid

Prescott Hill book 2


All of the Prescott Hill books are stand alones and may be read in any order

Themes: always a bridesmaid, forced proximity, unrequited love, girl next door


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In love with the preacher’s daughter…

Tabitha Dailey wishes she could be anywhere except rural Virginia as the church secretary for her father's congregation. She craves a life of adventure like the characters in the fantasy stories she secretly writes. She'll skip town the second she gets enough money and the right opportunity.

Wesley Roberts fell for the quiet red-haired beauty the moment he saw her.  She’s different from the other women in town, and he can’t stay away. Unfortunately, Tabitha has ignored him and his attempts at friendship for the past two years.

When Wes gets the contract for the church addition, he and Tabitha are forced to work together. Once Wesley discovers her secret, their common interests bring them closer, but is she willing to give up her dream of travel and excitement or will his past tear them apart?

Warnings: sweet and chaste, no language, no steam at all


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          "It had my attention from the first page to the last page."


          "Not only do Tabitha and Wes have incredible chemistry, but Lemor also illustrates the friendships of the                      supporting characters so well that you don’t want the book to end. Love how Lemor always gives the heroine              her own dimensions rather than just waiting for prince charming to swoop in and rescue her."

          "This romance is one of the best I've read! The characters are very appealing and the story line has a wonderful            mix of sweetness and suspense. Mrs. Lemor's skill has definitely made me a fan of her writing and I will be                  buying more of her books!"




        “I’m sorry, Tabitha. Even with plain clothes and a simple hat, I still think your beauty shines                   through more than most of the congregation.”

         A smile bloomed on her gorgeous face. Her eyes were damp as she nodded at him.
        “Thank you.  That’s so sweet.” Her expression quickly turned neutral. “But I’m still not
         going on a date with you.”


         He couldn’t help the laugh that made its way out. She was consistent. He’d give her
         that. With a shrug, he said, “Not this week maybe. I’ll keep trying.”

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