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Sarah and the Scary Ferris Wheel

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Sarah is given a new mission—to link Robert Johnson and Brittany Lee—two people she encountered while trying to bring a couple together on that irksome computer Internet dating service. Oh sure, she’d done it. Not without trial and a lot of error, but with this fresh assignment, trouble would come…she was positive.

If she hadn’t grumbled about the computer, perhaps the Lieu
Published July 30th 2014 by Smashwords Edition (first published July 28th 2014)
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Jul 29, 2014 Victoria rated it it was amazing
The little angel is matchmaking again, this time with a couple introduced to us in Ms Lewis’ novella Sarah and the Internet Dating Service. Brittany and Robert are perfect for each other, but religion isn’t for her. Robert believes differently because he senses God has brought them together.

Through a series of circumstances, Brittany learns there is a power greater than herself. When Pastor Matt tells her, “evidence is all around us, but it takes faith to see”, she focuses her desires on the fai
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