Contemporary Fiction

Say It’s For Good by Teresa Tysinger. Character Spotlight

Hello and welcome to this Character Spotlight of Leah from Say It’s For Good. Hope you enjoy getting to know more about her

Leah

Meet Leah Spencer, the heroine in Say It’s For Good. She’s part Cherokee Indian, thanks to her late mother’s ancestry, with dark hair and piercing eyes. Leah grew up in Laurel Cove, North Carolina then moved to Charlotte to study at Johnson & Wales University Culinary School. After several years as a professional chef at upscale restaurants in Asheville, she and her soux chef/best friend, Penny, returned to Laurel Cove to open a gourmet food shop in town. They prepare daily take-home meals and sell produce and food items from local farmers and vendors.
She dated her childhood friend, Jasper, in high school but turned down his proposal after being away for college became too difficult. Not a day went by over the decade she was away that she didn’t regret it. Pair this with her fear of losing her ill father and being alone, she makes a rash decision that pulls Jasper back into her life.
Want to get to know Leah more? Here’s a get-to-know-you facts:
Leah loves 80s/90s music.
She hates candy corn.
Being outdoors brings Leah peace.
She’s a daddy’s girl!
She can be really stubborn and sarcastic when stressed out.
Get to know Leah, Jasper, and the other characters in Say It’s For Good! Happy Reading.

About The Book

Is a decade enough time to heal old wounds?

Professional chef Leah Spencer is level-headed, responsible, and practical—making it an easy decision to move home to Laurel Cove, North Carolina to care for her ailing father. All he wants is for his only child to find love and partnership like he had with his late wife—before he leaves her all alone. Desperate to ease his worries, as well as her own, she breaks character and creates a fake relationship with the one man in town who likely wants nothing to do with her. And the one man she’s ever truly loved.

Ladies’ man Jasper Bowdon has successfully avoided commitment ever since his heart was broken a decade ago. Casual dating, however, had grown tiresome and he’d recently decided to take a break from women to finally figure out what he really wants. Why, then, does he agree to a pretend relationship with the very woman who’d ruined him in the first place? And why is he left wondering if it could all be part of God’s plan to heal them both?

Love and friendship get a second chance in this final installment of the Laurel Cove Romance Series. Books in this series are stand-alone and can be read and enjoyed in any order.

About The Author

Teresa Tysinger is an author of Southern Contemporary Romance inspired by grace. She writes on the fringes of being a wife, mom, and full-time communications and public relations professional. Her acclaimed debut novel, Someplace Familiar, released in 2017. Teresa is a member of ACFW, the Association for Women in Communications, and the Religion Communicators Council. She loves coffee, traveling, and prides herself in knowing and loving almost every genre of music. Born in Hawaii, raised in Florida, and educated in North Carolina, she now resides in Texas with her husband, daughter, and dog.
50-Word Bio | Teresa Tysinger is a proud member of ACFW, the Association for Women in Communications, and Religion Communicators Council. She writes Southern Contemporary Romance inspired by grace. Her acclaimed debut novel, Someplace Familiar, released in 2017. She is a communications professional, wife, and mother transplanted from North Carolina to North Texas.
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