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Genre(s): African American | Chick-Lit
Readers will be emotionally invested in the characters from the start. The character’s pain and inner struggles lead to heart-wrenching scenes. Themes of faith, forgiveness and reconciliation make this a powerful testament to God’s faithfulness that will remain with the reader long after the final page.
— RT Reviewer 4 1/2 Stars
Life was good, God was blessing and the Marshall family was riding high, until Carmella Marshall’s husband, Nelson asks for a divorce and then moves in with his girlfriend–who also happens to be her twenty-three-year-old daughter’s best friend–her son gets arrested, her daughter drops out of college, the bills go unpaid, and then Carmella has a nervous breakdown.
The Marshalls have ups and downs like any other family. However, Carmella always thought that God would see them through anything. But when Nelson left and her life fell apart, she realized just how weak she could become, without the strength of God guiding her way. Through prayer, praise, and a love that bonds families together, Carmella renews her trust in the Lord and discovers a way to turn her life around.
In TEARS FALL AT NIGHT, the Marshalls discover that even when everything goes wrong, they can still lift their hands and praise God anyhow.
Genre(s): Horror | Occult
“The Opening” was selected as a Finalist in the 2012 Global eBook Awards in Visionary & Inspirational Fiction and has been on the Amazon Top 100 Best Sellers List in four categories since it’s publication in October of 2011.
“The Opening” addresses the age-old question ‘what happens when we die?’ with a spiritual fantasy of immense charm and imagination. At once an insightful meditation on life’s passages and a vision of unearthly realms, it creates its own enchanted worlds where characters connect with one another between here and the hereafter across the thinnest of lines.
Joe St. John wanders out into a blizzard and falls through an opening that leads him to amazing, sometimes harrowing places where he encounters the major turning points in his life. Along the way, he revisits his missed opportunities, uncovers his life’s core trauma, and is given mysterious geometrical symbols that hold the key to his future.
As Joe’s soul hovers between two worlds he will discover the truth about life and death, and be confronted with the ultimate choice: save his own life, or give it up for someone he loves.
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Genre(s): Chick-Lit | Contemporary Fiction
“A delightful and fresh read.” –Cryssa, Goodreads reviewer.
Lucy Tuttle is a workaholic financial planner whose biggest worry is how to line up the sticky notes on her desk just so, until her only relative dies a car accident halfway across the world. Suddenly Lucy (apartment-dwelling, doesn’t-own-a-hammer Lucy) inherits a handyman’s delight on the other side of town. Her boyfriend, a laid back environmentalist with an affinity for organic lentils and sock thievery, convinces Lucy to move into her aunt’s brokendown house. The two of them embark on a quest to settle down, renovate her aunt’s home, and start a family, but as it turns out, living happily ever after in a house that’s about to be condemned isn’t so easy after all.
The Sock Wars — contemporary fiction about love, loss, and what gets left behind.
Genre(s): Family Saga | Contemporary Fiction
Sally Mason’s teenage son Colton is headed for a major meltdown, and she’s desperate to avert another disaster by proving her husband’s recent death was an accident, not the suicide determined by the coroner. Everyone in town, even Colton, seems to know something particular about Jack’s last days, but no one in Mason’s Crossing can help her put all the pieces together.
On the morning she discovers secret notes in Jack’s appointment book, she finds something else to convince her she’s right. But the more she digs for the truth, the more destructive Colton’s behavior becomes, until Sally is left with one choice: ask her father what really happened.
The problem: Sally hasn’t spoken to him in fifteen years.
Includes a Reading Group Discussion Guide
Genre(s): Contemporary Fiction | Romance
Because there are two sides to every story…
Justine’s story is told in Just Add Heat, and the mirror to the story, Baby, It’s Cold Outside, is told from Carter’s point of view.
Take one part slightly insecure woman and add one part confidently sexy man. Mix well. Pour out the memories of the past two years and what do you have? A recipe for disaster.
Just Add Heat–Justine is a boyfriend-less chef; at least, that’s the last thing she remembers. After a fall wiped the memories of the last two years of her life, she’s struggling to absorb her new circumstances.
Apparently, she’s the racy star of her own web-based cooking show and has become involved with a sexy younger man. Why would amnesia strike when her whole life has had such a major upgrade?
Baby, It’s Cold Outside–His life was chugging right along. He’s got a job he enjoys, he’s living with Justine (his longtime dream girl), and things are looking golden. That is until Justine’s accident made her forget that she loves him. He’s got to pull out all the stops to help her remember or his future is going to go completely off of the rails. Good thing he’s got a plan… ***Due to language and sexual content, this book is not suitable for people under 17 and readers who don’t think a younger man is HOT. Where Just Add Heat tells Justine’s story, Baby It’s Cold Outside gives you Carter’s version of the same events. It’s true what they say; men and women don’t think in the same way. The difference is all in the perspective!
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