Destiny's Dream

Is a little respect too much to ask at a funeral Apparently it is for Destiny May Clay Gallagher is built like a small mountain and far vocal than is fitting when he shows up late to her mother s going away party When it turns out he s not even at the right funeral, Destiny demands retribution in the form of an escape from the day s dreary proceedings Spending tIs a little respect too much to ask at a funeral Apparently it is for Destiny May Clay Gallagher is built like a small mountain and far vocal than is fitting when he shows up late to her mother s going away party When it turns out he s not even at the right funeral, Destiny demands retribution in the form of an escape from the day s dreary proceedings Spending time with a handsome stranger who makes her laugh is therapeutic than fighting with her overbearing family Clay finds Destiny beautiful, charmingd intelligent So why is she stubbornly determined to open a Christian dating service Clay has little respect for such a frivolous profession, and doesn t think the small, conservative town of Castle Creek will welcome such a progressive business But when Destiny is threatened by an anonymous caller who deeply resents her and what she does for a living, Clay makes it his business to keep the saucy redhead out of harm s way Trouble is, spending time in her company weakens his defenses, and Destiny may be the one thing Clay can t escape if he even wants to.
Destiny s Dream Is a little respect too much to ask at a funeral Apparently it is for Destiny May Clay Gallagher is built like a small mountain and far vocal than is fitting when he shows up late to her mother s goin

  • Title: Destiny's Dream
  • Author: Delia Latham
  • ISBN: 9781611160451
  • Page: 157
  • Format: Paperback
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    About the Author

    Delia Latham

    Delia Latham is a born and bred California gal, currently living in a small Texas town with her husband Johnny She s a Christian wife, mother, grandmother, sister, and friend but above all, she treasures her role as princess daughter to the King of Kings.A former newspaper Staff Writer and frequent contributor to her hometown s regional publication, Bakersfield Magazine, she has also freelanced projects to a public relations firm and various magazines has compiled, edited, and designed cover art for various Kindness Incorporated projects and sold greeting card verse She loves hearing from her readers, so drop in and say hello at any of the venues listed below you ll make her day Website delialathamBlogs delialatham chirp and chatterFacebook Author Page facebook delialathamTwitter twitter delialatham

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    • Diana Montgomery said:
      Jul 16, 2018 - 02:35 AM

      Destiny’s DreamBy: Delia LathamI loved the Characters in the story of Destin’s Dream. I hope they are carried on into another book. I actually was laughing at the beginning of the book . The scene at the funeral home was humorous . I had a hard time putting the book down. I think the characters Destiny and Clay will just melt your heart. I love a book with good suspense. I would recommend everyone read this book.

    • Jennifer Slattery said:
      Jul 16, 2018 - 02:35 AM

      Delia Latham is a delightful writer who can take you from tears to giggles with the flip of a page. The prologue broke my heart when Destiny May, the heroine, said goodbye to her dying mother, yet a few pages later, Delia had me in a fit of giggles—at a funeral, of all places. It was one of those rare laugh-out-loud moments, and she did it without offending me in the slightest.It was here, at Destiny’s mother’s funeral, that we met our hero, Clay Gallagher. Poor guy. This successful, charm [...]

    • Tracy Krauss said:
      Jul 16, 2018 - 02:35 AM

      DESTINY’S DREAM by Delia Latham has it all. There’s romance, mystery and action – all very skillfully woven together into a well told and satisfying story. Add to that a solid presentation of the gospel using real and believable characters, and you have a recipe for a great Christian romance novel. These elements on their own are enough to make this book worth reading, but Latham has taken her story telling to another whole level. There were so many unique things about this book that I’m [...]

    • Marianne Evans said:
      Jul 16, 2018 - 02:35 AM

      “All I can do is bring together men and women who seem compatible and let God do the rest.”Great lines like this fill the pages of Destiny’s Dream, the first of the Solomon’s Gate Series from White Rose Publishing. First off, what a tremendous idea for a book series: Position a keenly intelligent, full-of-heart heroine at the helm of a Christian Dating agency called Solomon’s Gate. Add in the caring and tender CEO of an investment firm, and you’ve got a sure-fire recipe for success. [...]

    • Debbie said:
      Jul 16, 2018 - 02:35 AM

      Delia, what a delightfully, refreshing and sweet tale with surprises in a mesmerizing believable plot. I liked the Epilogue (do not want to give anything away), but the details were outstanding. Thank you for writing this, my friend!

    • Lisa said:
      Jul 16, 2018 - 02:35 AM

      Very sweet, Delia. Nice story to read.

    • Amy said:
      Jul 16, 2018 - 02:35 AM

      Destiny May starts her Christian dating service, Solomon's Gate, using the verse Solomon's 3:2 " I will seek him who my soul loves." This story has refreshing and entertaining twists and turns of faith in action. There are surprising love stories and other intriguing moments which capture and encourage one's faith.

    • Renette said:
      Jul 16, 2018 - 02:35 AM

      Destiny's DreamDelia Latham knows how to make me laugh. Destiny's Dream was a real delight to read.What should have been a somber moment turns into several hilarious escapades. Destiny is with the family saying their last goodbyes to their mother.Clay is running late and obviously lost. He pops into a seat next to Destiny at the funeral chapel. He tries to apologize for being late. Making several remarks about the deceased before he finally figures out he's in the wrong place.This is the strange [...]

    • Michelle said:
      Jul 16, 2018 - 02:35 AM

      More like 3.5 stars, but closer to three, which still means I liked itThere are some things I loved about this book. For one, the cover is gorgeous. The opening scene was also very touching and made me cry. So don't start this book when in a public place. It could get embarrassing. I loved the way the hero and heroine met and the romantic tension that followed. I found their relationship endearing and her desire to start her own business admirable. The added tension with the brother and the fund [...]

    • Donna B said:
      Jul 16, 2018 - 02:35 AM

      I’m not usually fond of prologues, but Ms. Latham grabbed me right there, in the opening pages and didn’t let go until I reached The End. There is such heartfelt wonder in the tragic opening event (and no, I won’t even spoil that much for you) that I could have been in the room with them. And the message spoken to Destiny in those first pages speaks direct to the reader’s heart.From that point on I couldn’t wait to find out what would happen.Ms. Latham’s characters are so dear I woul [...]

    • Joy said:
      Jul 16, 2018 - 02:35 AM

      I was drawn to Destiny's Dream by the irreverant humor of the back cover blurb. But this didn't turn out to be the romantic comedy I was expecting. The novel opens with a truly heartbreaking prologue (*really* well done, but totally unexpected) then continues with a funny first chapter. But pretty soon after that, the tone of the book changes and this story evolves into a romantic suspense.The hero and heroine get together pretty early on, so the suspense doesn't involve questions about their re [...]

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