"Karen Kingsbury meets Nicholas Sparks"
Neither is looking for a new family. But that may be just what they find in Hope Springs…
After surviving a brain aneurysm, Bethany is happy to simply get through each day without forgetting to pack her daughter a lunch or pick her up from school. She’s been a single mom since Ruby was born, and that’s the way she likes it. She’s found family in the large group of friends who have welcomed her and her daughter in Hope Springs. She doesn’t need a special someone. Especially not one as grumpy as James.
Five years after losing everything, James is perfectly fine. Too bad his boss doesn’t see it that way. When he’s forced to take some time off, James goes to help his sister at her stables in Hope Springs. He has no intention of getting to know anyone else there, least of all the forgetful—albeit intriguing—Bethany and her daughter Ruby. They remind him too much of everything he’s lost.
But between his sister’s matchmaking efforts and Ruby’s hints that she thinks James would make a great dad, both start to long for something more. When a new tragedy looms, they have to decide if love is worth the risk—or if they’d be better off forgetting they’d ever met at all.
"I have read thousands of novels but this is the first novel that has touched and ministered to me in such a profound manner…. All the characters were so believable that they stuck with me even when I was not reading the book…. I couldn't put it down and I didn't want it to end."
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A little bit about the types of books you'll find here: I write emotional books about real Christians dealing with real problems of life, love, and faith. Your heart might crack a little bit for these characters because their problems are our problems, their hurts are our hurts, their deepest needs are our deepest needs. But I promise your heart will always be put back together by the end, and you'll walk away feeling uplifted and reminded of the power of love—not only romantic love but, more importantly, the love our heavenly father has for each of us. A love so great that he sent his son to pay the price for our sins so that we would have the promise of eternal life.
Motivated by that promise, my desire is to show the power of love in the lives of my characters. Don't forget to grab your free book below to get started. I can't wait to go on this journey together.
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See what great love the father has lavished on us, that we should be called children of God! And that is what we are!
-1 John 3:1