Thursday, October 31, 2019

Keeping Her Close by Carol Ross

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Keeping Her Close

(A Pacific Cove Romance #3)

 4.54  ·   Rating details ·  24 ratings  ·  25 reviews
Hired to protect her

…unable to resist her

The job sounds simple: teach a businessman’s daughter how to stay safe. But former navy SEAL turned bodyguard Kyle Frasier has a personal motive, too. Harper Jansen is his late best friend’s fiancée. Loyalty demands he protect her, not that Harper looks in need of rescuing. In fact, it’s Kyle who needs help—balancing duty with his desire to build a life with the one woman he shouldn’t want… 


This story had a slow beginning but it got better and better!
I'm so glad that I'm the person God had meant for me to be.
I'm free to go wherever I want and whenever I want without a bodyguard. Now I'm not saying that's all bad but heck give the girl a little freedom.
But I guess I can see Harper's dad's point if view. He just wants to keep his daughter safe.
I have to admit Harper's bodyguard ain't so bad. He's a fierce protector but has some weird family issues. I guess every family has their own guarded secrets and they're bound to get out sooner or later.
I found this a light, clean and sweet read.
I think my favorite scene was the yoga class. And really you cant blame Harper for her actions 😆!
Carol Ross has done an amazing job with this book. I enjoyed it to the hilt!!
This is definitely a recommended read! Oh and this a new to me author also. Since ive started blogging I've met all kinds of awesome authors!
My thanks to #PrismTours for this cool book. 


Carol   RossUSA Today and national bestselling author Carol Ross grew up in small-town America right between the Pacific Ocean and the Cascade Mountains, in a place where you can go deep sea fishing in the morning and then hit the ski slopes the same afternoon. The daughter of free-range parents, she developed a love of adventure and the outdoors at a very early age. She’s grateful for the “research material” that every questionable decision, adrenaline-charged misstep, and near-death experience has provided.
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Sword of Soter by Ralene Burke

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Sword of Soter
(Sacred Armor Trilogy #2)
By Ralene Burke
YA Fantasy, Christian
Paperback & ebook, 275 Pages
September 25th 2019 by Elk Lake Publishing Inc




Karina, Tristian, Rashka, and Sam venture forth into the wilderness of Soter on the next leg of their quest to retrieve the Armor of the Creator. With the ancient evil already affecting the kingdom, nothing in Soter is what it seems—from what skulks beneath the canopies of the woods to what lies within the sleek white and gold of the capitol city to the people Karina and Tristan have known since they were children.

Danger lurks around every corner. Discerning who to trust is paramount to staying alive and discovering the location of the Temple of Soter. Yet, to Karina’s horror, Faramos’s reach finds them time and again. The longer they are forced to dawdle, the more people are affected by the growing panic in Soter, and the closer Faramos is to taking over the Three Kingdoms. Can Karina retrieve the information they need while Tristan keeps his brother at bay? Or will the entire quest disintegrate before they even arrive at the temple?

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Armor of Aletheia
(Sacred Armor Trilogy #1)
By Ralene Burke
YA Fantasy, Christian
Paperback & ebook, 268 Pages
August 29th 2018 by Elk Lake Publishing Inc.

The death of her king changes Karina’s life forever. Fleeing the royal house, she must leave her life behind to seek out the Armor of the Creator—to save the very people who now hunt her.

Faramos, the evil warlock waiting to unleash hell, knows the Creator has already chosen his warrior, so he sends his bounty hunter to retrieve her. After Tristan abducts her, he witnesses Karina’s gentle nature and strong independence, and he finds he can’t complete his assignment.

Together, they set out to retrieve the armor and defeat the hordes of creatures sent to destroy them. But is Tristan’s heart secure as he faces certain death for defending the queen? And will Karina have the courage to become all the Creator intends her to be? Failure will condemn the world to eternal darkness.

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#SHINEBeyond in Soter

Readers often ask me where I came up with the #SHINEBeyond tagline and what exactly it means. And I’m all too happy to take the time to answer as this philosophy is something dear to my heart. Essentially, #SHINEBeyond was a culmination of all my work in writing, editing, and ministry—a cohesive theme seen in everything I tried to do.

I am an encourager. It’s what I do. My first reaction in most situations is to find a way to encourage the other people. Life gets difficult, and everyone needs a cheerleader sometimes.

As I moved into adulthood, I realized how much was stacked against me, and just how much I would need to overcome in order to be who I wanted to be. Though it was a long process, I found the joy of being who I was called to be. Now, I encourage others to #SHINEBeyond their circumstances, their backgrounds, their experiences, their obstacles, their fears…

No matter what you have been through… No matter where you are… No matter what lies before you… You can #SHINEBeyond the obstacles in your life to be whoever it is you choose to be—and therefore inspire and encourage those around you.

Like I said, #SHINEBeyond was a tagline meant to encompass all of my work, including my writing. In the Sacred Armor Trilogy, each of the major characters has their own #SHINEBeyond story arc. Now, this wasn’t intentional exactly, but it naturally spawned from the type of story I was writing.

In the Sacred Armor Trilogy, the ragtag group of allies has to retrieve the sacred armor of the Creator. Each piece of armor has a power attached to its virtue. For instance, the Belt of Truth allows the bearer to see into a person’s past/present to see what brought them to be who they are or doing what they’re doing.

In order to retrieve each piece, one person in the group must pass a challenge to be sure they can handle the power. So, Karina, who goes for the belt, has challenges that force her to face the truth about herself, the truth about others, and then to trust in herself.

In Armor of Aletheia, the group retrieved 2 pieces of the armor; in Sword of Soter, they retrieve 2 more. (And there’s still 2 left!) So, each person has to deal with a part of their lives so they can #SHINEBeyond their circumstances and help complete the quest.

In Sword of Soter, there’s even more to #SHINEBeyond as they face the betrayal of friends and ghosts of the past. Not literal ghosts…but, hey, there’s an idea for Book 3 maybe. The evil infecting their world is trying to stomp out the light in their people, to blind them with darkness. It’s even more important for Karina and her friends to #SHINEBeyond than they could possibly understand.

You can find more of their story in the first 2 books of the Sacred Armor Trilogy.

The choice to #SHINEBeyond is not an easy one. In fact, it is a choice we must make daily. But we weren’t meant to shadows in this world. We were meant to shine like stars, to shine light into the dark places.

Who is someone in your life that exhibits the #SHINEBeyond philosophy?

About the Author

Whether she’s wielding a fantasy author’s pen, a social media wand, or a freelance editor’s sword, Ralene Burke always has her head in some dreamer’s world. And her goal is to help everyone #SHINEBeyond their circumstances! Her fantasy novels are available on Amazon.

When her head’s not in the publishing world, she is wife to a veteran and homeschooling mama to their three kids. Her Pinterest board would have you believe she is a master chef, excellent seamstress, and all-around crafty diva. If she only had the time . . . You can also find her on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, or at her website.

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Monday, October 21, 2019

Always Look Twice by Elizabeth Goddard



Always Look Twice

(Uncommon Justice #2)

 4.55  ·   Rating details ·  120 ratings  ·  103 reviews
While photographing the Grand Tetons, Harper Reynolds unwittingly captures a murder on film. But when she loses the camera fleeing the scene, can she and rancher Heath McKade find the camera and solve the murder before the killer makes her his next victim?


Ever wonder what makes people do certain thing to people? Why the motive? I sure do!
This book was just totally awesome! I just couldn't put it down!
Y'all this book had me turning the pages quickly to see who the killer was and if Heath and Harper would reunite!
There are many twists and turns along the way and Elizabeth does a fabulous job in keeping us guessing who it is and why.
I love that her characters are flawed because along the way they learn a few things about life.
 Ever wonder what makes people do certain thing to people? Why the motive? I sure do!

This book was just totally awesome! I just couldn't put it down!
Y'all this book had me turning the pages quickly to see who the killer was and if Heath and Harper would reunite!
There are many twists and turns along the way and Elizabeth does a fabulous job in keeping us guessing who it is and why.
I love that her characters are flawed because along the way they learn a few things about life.
I felt bad for Harper. I can't imagine what she is going through. Heath is the same way.
I love Harper's sister Emily. I think she's a cool supporting character.
Sheriff Taggart I didn't trust him with a 10 ft pole! I couldn't at first understand what his problem was until I finished the book!
You'll be surprised when you find out who it really was! I know I was!
I have a question for y'all!
Do you tend to keep secrets until they eventually come out years later or do you just want to clear the air now?
Will Heath and Harper be able to cope once they do?
Find out in this new exciting adventure just waiting to be read! I guarantee that you won't be disappointed!
My thanks to Revell and Netgalley.
NO compensations were received and all opinions are my own


Elizabeth GoddardElizabeth Goddard is the bestselling, award-winning author of more than thirty romance novels, including the romantic mystery, The Camera Never Lies—a 2011 Carol Award winner. A 7th generation Texan, Elizabeth graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science and worked in high-level software sales for several years before retiring to home school her children and fulfill her dreams of becoming an author.

Cover Reveal for Promise for Tomorrow by Michelle De Bruin

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Promise for Tomorrow
By Michelle De Bruin

Coming November 19, 2019...

Living a life of faith isn’t going the way Logan and Karen hoped until some special visitors arrive and offer them their future back.

Karen Millerson dreamed of teaching high school but now finds herself boarding with a farm family and teaching country school. She is engaged to marry Logan De Witt and is getting prepared to share in ministry with him. But when she gets blamed for the tragic fire at the school, Karen’s future grows uncertain.

Logan De Witt is working to clear his family’s name with the bank. But when he breaks his leg, hindering his ability to work the farm, Logan is faced with life-changing decisions. When his best friend can’t offer the help he requested, can Logan find a way to care for his family and court Karen at the same time before his love for her destroys all of them?

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Hope for Tomorrow
By Michelle De Bruin
Christian Historical Romance
Paperback & ebook, 294 Pages
October 23rd 2018 by Mantle Rock Publishing LLC

When Logan De Witt learns of his father’s sudden death, he returns home to the family’s dairy farm. During his stay, he discovers his mother’s struggle with finances and his younger sister’s struggle with grief. Concern for his family presses Logan to make the difficult decision to leave his career as a pastor and stay on the farm. As a way to make some extra money, he agrees to board the teacher for their local school.

Karen Millerson arrives from Chicago ready to teach high school but her position is eliminated so she accepts the role of country school teacher. Eager to put her family’s ugly past behind her, Karen begins a new career to replace the trust she lost in her own father who had been in ministry when she was a child.

Logan and Karen both sense a call from the Lord to serve him, but neither of them expected that one day they would do it together.

Can Karen learn to trust again? Will Logan lay aside his grief in exchange for God’s purpose for his life?

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Michelle De Bruin is a worship leader and spiritual services provider. She lives in Iowa with her husband and two teenage sons. She writes stories about people who live in rural communities at the turn of the 20th century. Characters that bring to life the delights of farm and small town living, whispers of Dutch heritage, and Christian faith make her stories distinct.

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Trip to Cumberland Gap Oct 19, 2019

Our Trip to Cumberland Gap 
October 19, 2019
 Visitors Center

This was our first stop lol since I had to go to the bathroom! I didn't realize how far a drive it was or I would have been better prepared and I would have spent the night. But as it was, I wanted to visit some friends at my old church in Lexington. They didn't disappoint. I received many hugs and happy smiles that we hadn't forgotten them or they us. 
But, anyway back to my story for this past Saturday.
I really really wanted to go the pinnacle overlook to see Cumberland Gap, Tn but it started raining on us so that will have to wait for another day.

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Here's the other half of the sign. My silly family sure didn't want to cooperate very well. I was thinking " Well, why did we come down here then"?  Because it was my idea that's why. 

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Onto the trail we go after we went through the longest tunnel I've ever seen or been through except for the one in Norfolk, VA.  
While we going through it I got the oddest feeling like someone was looking over my shoulder and I can't quite explain it but it was there all the same. Maybe it was going under the big tall mountain, maybe it was know that the pioneers  traveled in this very spot coming into Kentucky for the first time. Only they would've gone over the mountain not under it. But still, it was amazing to really get the feel for it. Makes me wonder what they thought when they saw Kentucky for the first time. Or maybe it was feeling God's presence.  I thought that this was a wonder day to spend the Sabbath. I love being out on the trails even I can barley make it back! I thank the Lord it wasn't hot or I would have made the boys go by themselves! 


I think that this will forever be one of my favorite paintings. You can actually see the hope and wonderment as they came into Kentucky through the Gap. The artist has captured this very well. I wish they had a picture of this for sale. I wonder what it would've been like to be a part of that group? 

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I apologize for not so great a quality but I"m hoping that if you look hard enough you can see the pioneers coming over the Gap. It took me and Michael a minute to find them cause they're so tiny! I think if you click on it it will let you enlarge it. 

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This was what I really wanted to see but we didn't make it. They say there's bats in these caves. I don't like bats. They carry diseases. But then, doesn't everything and everyone? Kentucky is full of caves! I'm surprised that there aren't more sinkholes than there are. Another of God's wonders/creations. 

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Last picture I promise. It's a wonder what nature can do isn't it. I will leave you with this thought. I'd love to hear some of your comments and answers.  


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These were a few of the things that were at the beginning of the Wilderness Trail on the Virginia side.
Oh and felt kind of weird know that we were in three different states. The Tenn side was left and the Virginia side was to the right and Kentucky to the North. The hike was lovely. Michael and Kevin went to the waterfall and the caves that were on the trail. 
Here's an interesting fact as well, the trail that went by the caves was old rt 25 and the trail that they seen the waterfall on was in fact the Wilderness trail. Showed me exactly how out of shape I really was!! Goodness Mercy me!! plus having asthma doesn't help either! Makes me wonder how  the pioneers done it! One lady said they were in better shape than us lol lol!! 

Well, here's some Wilderness Trail pictures to show you enjoy!!

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This is actually the beginning of it. You could go left (which we did) or you could go right.
This trail had some fantastic scenery but no trees have turned yet. I think Kentucky has the worst trees ever and plus we've had a really dry Sept and first part of Oct so I guess that didn't help! 
We still had fun and enjoyed ourselves and it didn't cost nothing except a tank of gas. Made me appreciate God's beauty even more and I promise I could feel Him there walking and talking among  the trees and wind and yes even the birds! 
He's truly amazing!! Earlier in the week I was depressed and aggravated so I really needed this trip 
He reminded me that He's with me all the time. God is good all the time. It's us that need help. We are the ones that are flawed. We ALL fall short of the Glory of God. I"m so glad He lives in me. I don't mind helping to spread the Gospel through my blog. After all, Jesus is the reason I started this blog. 

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This was one of the 3 caves that were along the trail. Michael said that you had to stoop to get under the opening. After looking at this picture, I can see why. I wished he would've went to the other 2 I guess that's something else we need to do. When we left the park I felt that we had unfinished business there.
One, I got tired easily 
Two, it started to pour on us
Three, we were all thirsty and hungry 
Four, it was getting late and I don't like to drive after dark. 
I think next time we'll just stay the weekend there. You can't do it all in one day. Next to impossible

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As you can see, the trees are starting to turn. Kevin took these with his phone. Not sure where on this trail this is. 
I got quite a few pictures but I think next time I will try a video. I just hate to waste space on my phone but I guess pictures do that too. So, between the 3 of us we managed to get some good photos.

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I thought this was pretty neat even though it's not the actual prints the pioneers made but it's fun to imagine it. I took this one on the way back down the trail

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Here are some more figurines heading up the trail in hope for a better life.I loved these because they are lifelike which I"m guessing that is what it is supposed to make you feel. 
I had a blast!! And better yet, I've never been to this part of Kentucky before so this was a true adventure. I'm so thankful it wasn't an oven!

I forgot the tunnel!!! Holy Cow! 
Northbound into Kentucky

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Thank you for stopping my blog and I hope that you will enjoy this post enough that maybe you can plan a trip to Cumberland Gap. It truly is an amazing place!! Please let me hear your thoughts and comments. 

Friday, October 18, 2019

As the Light Fades by Catherine West

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As the Light Fades
By Catherine West
Women's Fiction
Paperback & ebook, 362 Pages
September 10th 2019 by KDP

Sometimes we’re placed in the strangest of circumstances for the most important reasons.

After her carefully constructed life crumbles, Liz Carlisle finds herself back on Nantucket, picking up the pieces. With the family estate under renovations, the solitude she craves seems out of reach.

Matthew Stone intends to steer clear of his new tenant. She’s carrying a load of baggage, but as long as she pays the rent, he’ll let her be. He’s got enough to deal with caring for his wayward niece, Mia.

Liz doesn’t have time for teenagers and her track record with men is abysmal, but an unlikely friendship forms between the three.

When her former boyfriend is charged with assault, Liz is called to testify against him. But he knows the darkest secrets of her life—secrets she’d hoped to keep buried forever, and he’s ready to reveal them. Telling the truth is the right thing to do, but it may cost her everything she’s worked so hard for, and all she’s come to love.

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The man staring back at me looks old. I painted his portrait once, which he wasn't very happy with.
His hair was a deep brown; raw umber, I'd call it. Used that color a lot back in the day.
Streaks of gray look out of place, like they're trying too hard to fit where they don't belong.
And the part is combed on the wrong side.
Though my memory is fading, wrinkles I know weren't there before give new character
and tell a thousand tales of a life well lived.
Leathery skin pulls this way and that as he grimaces, equally perplexed by this new situation we find
ourselves in. This place we're supposed to call home isn't. A long rectangular building that smells
like a hospital on a good day and a sewer on a bad is filled with strangers who seem to know as
little about themselves as we do. We;re given barely edible food; watery eggs for breakfast, soup
and sandwiches for lunch, and whatever mush they decide to throw together for dinner. Board
games or cards for the ones who can still think over the endless blather of the television. Some
just sit where they're put, suffering through endless days of doing nothing. Mindless routine for
the mindless.
I suppose our surroundings are comfortable enough. I have my own room and a few things I still know
are mine, like books, and photographs on the wall, but I've never liked change and I"m not about
to embrace it now.
"You have no choice, old man. His gravelly voice startles me. But he's right. I stare back at
him and nod. Names come and go with increased frequency these days. I try to recall his before it
slips away. But I don't need to remember it. It's the eyes that give it away.
Eyes the color of dark toffee, flecked with gold, a hint of green on a good day. Eyes that have
seen the passage of time, held laughter and tears, watched over loved ones, and reluctantly
let them go. Eyes that still twinkle with mischief and a resolute determination that says this is
not the end.
The man gives a sudden smile, and recognition flips a switch.
I think it might be me.

 Chapter One

Liz Carlisle never imagined she’d be back in this place. Certainly never dreamed she’d actually enjoy the simple act of walking the dogs around the Nantucket neighborhood she’d grown up in.Yet here she was. Everything was different now. Renovations at Wyldewood, the rambling estate that Liz and her four siblings called home, were well underway. Her brother David and his wife Josslyn were overseeing the work on the house as well as running after their toddler twins, and her sister Lynette was still in Africa, so the task of trekking out with the family’s two labs had fallen to her. Truthfully, any excuse to get away from the noisy house, now more of a construction zone than anything, was most welcome. She studied the mottled branches above her as she waited for Diggory and Jasper to finish sniffing around the tree’s roots. The leaves were showing off in a dazzling display of golds and reds, a shock of color that would inspire any artist. Not so long ago, Dad would have found joy in capturing the beauty of the scene on paper. These days he showed little interest in art. He showed little interest in anything. Their father’s slow decline was just one more thing she had no control over. Liz sighed and breathed in the crisp air. Fall had taken its time this year, but today the salt-kissed island breeze held a chill that hinted of first fires and frosty mornings. Could she survive winter on Nantucket? 


The cold she could handle. She’d grown up with it. But the dreary, dull days, nowhere to go, no city lights, no nightlife . . . well, maybe she wouldn’t miss that so much. She did miss her daily routine though. Rising at dawn to get in an hour at the gym before heading to work, being pulled along on the crowded sidewalks of the Financial District, the smell of smog and coffee and fresh bagels in the early morning air. The pinch of pride as she entered the shining glass building on Slate Street, riding the elevator up to the twenty-second floor to her corner office with a view of New York Harbor. Not that she’d ever really appreciated the view. Liz shoved her hands deep in the pockets of her red leather jacket and put those thoughts away. That life was behind her. Time to move on. She’d had little choice. “Come on, guys.” Liz urged the dogs forward and turned in time to see a black Jeep crest the top of the hill. Late afternoon sun filtered through the trees, and she squinted as the Jeep approached, weaving a little too dangerously for her liking. Her pulse picked up and set her on immediate alert. Somebody might have had a bit too much to drink this afternoon. Odd for an off-season Tuesday, but not unheard of. The vehicle jerked left, veered across the road and back again. 


The door on the driver’s side opened with a slow creak. Liz stopped a few feet away and watched a pair of skinny legs clad in tight jeans and clunky black boots emerge. And then a young girl stood before her. A kid. Barely sixteen, if that. Great. Liz swallowed her first response and stepped closer. She gave the vehicle a cursory inspection and saw the airbag hadn’t released. No blood on the kid. No bruises that she could see. “Are you all right?” “Uh huh.” The girl was a wisp of a thing, big dark eyes rimmed in heavy makeup and shoulder-length jet-black hair framed an almost ghostly-white face. Liz stepped closer and put her game face on. “Have you been drinking? Drugs?” The girl’s eyes widened, her pale cheeks pinking. “What? No!” “Are you old enough to be driving?” Liz had to ask. “Do you have a license?” “What are you, a cop?” Defiance flashed “I’m a lawyer, and I can smell a lie a mile away. So think carefully and answer the question.” Liz knew what was coming. “I’ll take that as a no. Does this vehicle belong to you?” “Not exactly.” The teen twisted her neck from side to side, glanced at the front of the Jeep and then at the desecrated garden, turning back to Liz with a dramatic eye roll. “Well, that freakin’ cat should have stayed put.” Before Liz could reply, the front door of the house flew open and Evy McIntyre stood on the wraparound porch of her impressive three-story home. It was one of the larger houses in the area. Evy came from old money and owned an art gallery in town where she showed, and sold, many of Liz’s sister Lynette’s paintings. Lynette and Evy had formed an unlikely friendship over the last year, but Liz hadn’t seen much of the eccentric older woman since Lynnie left for Africa. 

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Catherine West is an award-winning author of contemporary women’s fiction. When she’s not at the computer working on her next story, you can find her taking her Border Collie for long walks or reading books by her favorite authors. She and her husband reside in Bermuda, and have two adult children and one beautiful granddaughter. Catherine is the winner of the 2015 Grace Award (Bridge of Faith) and the Romance Writers of America’s Faith, Hope & Love Reader’s Choice Award (The Things We Knew). Where Hope Begins released May 2018, and her latest novel, As the Light Fades, releases September 2019.

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The Songs that could have been by Amanda Wen

ABOUT THE BOOK Two couples in love. Two sets of impossible circumstances. One powerful God of grace. After a tailspin in her late teens, Lau...