Two Princes from Well Versed Publications
Hana Willis is too busy writing best-selling romance novels to worry about romance herself. But with her sister and her best friend walking down the aisle soon, Hana realizes it’s time to start looking for her own Prince Charming instead of just writing about them.
Chas Rossi is the epitome of a successful businessman, but his parents’ nagging that he start a family has him looking over every unattached woman he meets. When Hana walks through his door, he finds a woman who might be just what he’s been looking for.
Pace McCoy never slows down between owning a bar and operating a dog rescue. With a failed engagement in his past, Pace has sworn off love. That is, until he gets to know Hana and her dog Lulu. Soon all his thoughts are about her and he’s rethinking his take on love.
When both Chas and Pace take interest in Hana, she finds herself in a love triangle unlike anything in the books she writes. Chas is polished and driven, while Pace is rugged and kindhearted. How will she know which one is the one for her?
Living Water from Monster Ivy Publishing
As the lackluster youngest daughter of a U.S. Senator, Roxie DePrive spends her life thirsting for one thing: to be loved unconditionally.
So, when her first boyfriend turns into her first marriage, Roxie’s life undergoes a drastic change. And when that first marriage doesn’t work out, she marries again.
Until Roxie marries five times.
The first marriage is puppy love, then dangerous love, convenient love, wishful love, and one that might possibly be the real deal.
And yet, none of the men she marries can quench the thirst she feels in her heart. It’s only when she meets a man who knows her entire life and all her mistakes that Roxie learns the power of something else-the deep and abiding peace of Living Water.
A modern retelling of the Woman at the Well in the New Testament, Living Water shows us that no matter our past, it’s God’s love that truly quenches the thirst of our souls.
Bell of the Night – Published by Monster Ivy Publishing
BELL OF THE NIGHT is a Christian Romance set in New Orleans’ red-light district, “Storyville,” in 1915. I know what you’re thinking – red light district AND Christian? Keep reading…
Bluebell was sold to Victoria Knight, a well-known Storyville madam, at the tender age of eleven. Now at nineteen, Bell is numbed to her life—until an optimistic preacher named Teddy Sullivan comes to New Orleans, intent on saving the sinful souls of the South.
Teddy is instantly drawn to the petite brunette with sad eyes and longs to rescue her. Bell, however, decides that saving her friends from selling themselves in the Storyville cribs is more important than saving herself…
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(published by Ambassador International)
Abby Walker has waited faithfully for the return of her fiance Harvey Nicholas from the war against the Nazis. When he finally returns after an injury, Abby discovers another woman plans to marry him instead. Can Abby keep her faith while finding out what really happened?
“War-Torn Heart is a kleenex-box book with a story of hope, of love, and of perseverance through World War II, which will make the reader cry, scream, and long for more.”
When Waves Break
(published by Ambassador International)
When the Free Love movement leaves twins Eve and Juliette Nicholas feeling like they’re drowning, they must learn that love always has a cost and to hold fast to the One Who can calm the waves.
When Waves Break is the sequel to War-Torn Heart. It is a different kind of love story – focusing on the love of family – set in the late 1960s.
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The Chronicles of Kate & the Grit Girls
The Chronicles of Kate & the Grit Girls is a series of shorts I have written for my blog here. They’re gaining quite the following for their funny situations and quirky Southern anecdotes. Kate Moffatt journals the escapades of her and her girlfriends, Delia Honeycutt and Frankie Ann O’Malley.
Check out the shorts here. (Scroll to the bottom to start from the first one.)