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  1. Greetings, Our COG! Thank you for inviting me to join your fellowship! As a Christian, chances are you enjoy reading books that reflect and honor your values. You want stories you can relax and enjoy without being embarrassed or offended.
    With that in mind, I’d like to introduce you to To Forgive, Divine. A contemporary novel set in the fictional town of Chandler City, GA, To Forgive, Divine is the story of people striving to forgive and be forgiven, to live as Christ would have them to.
    Populated with likeable (and some not-so-likeable) characters, To Forgive, Divine keeps you turning pages to see what happens next (most readers say they couldn’t put it down!). Many also enjoy the inside glimpse into the life of a pastor. It’s a fun read that provides a satisfying ending in which characters come to a deeper understanding of forgiveness.
    And, lest you think it’s just a “women’s book” (the cover may lead you to think that), lots of men have read the book and really enjoyed it!
    Here’s what just a few readers have had to say about To Forgive, Divine:
    “I took your book with me to read, as I was to be away from home for a couple of days.
    “Bad move!! Once I started it, I couldn’t put it down – read until 3:30 a.m. and finished it first night!!
    “Great book – so realistic! Thanks, too, for showing the pastor of the church as a real person with real emotions and the ability to err from time to time. It was nice not to see him on a pedestal, but to see him as a man’s man – not some effeminate, tea-sipping, white-collared incompetent.”
    “It was a great read!”
    “I loved this book and I stayed up half the night reading it the first day I got it. A beautifully written story of forgiveness with characters that are flawed and struggling but totally believable. Melissa Leedom is a gifted writer, and I’d love to read more from her. I highly recommend To Forgive, Divine.”
    (For more reviews and endorsements, see
    (To read the synopsis and an excerpt, see
    To Forgive, Divine is available on Kindle for only 99 cents; it can be read on your phone or tablet. Print copies make great gifts, especially for those with whom you want to share the Gospel (one of the characters accepts Jesus as her Savior through the influence of her friends). Keep Christmas gift-giving mind as you read.
    Why not go to Amazon and check it out?

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