Teaser from Redeeming Love

He held her in his arms like a child, his warmth soaking into her. He smelled of earth and sun. “You can put me down now. But not in bed. I’ve spent my whole life in bed and I’m sick of it.”

(Tuesday Teaser from Redeeming Love by Francine Rivers)

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