HER SANCTUARY, HIS HEART

13 July 2021

Five years ago, Braelyn Kane's daughter died. Her marriage imploded, and Forest Hill became Braelyn's sanctuary. She's praying for her new life to start, but she doesn't know where to find it.
Five years ago, Drake Kane became lost in overwhelming grief, and he lost his heart to divorce. After serving in the army, Drake is looking for a new life, and he stumbles upon Forest Hill.
Neither expects to find each other . . . again.
During a chance meeting, Braelyn and Drake discover a poaching scheme that throws them into a spiral of overwhelming emotions and danger. If Braelyn is to survive, she must trust the one man that broke her trust five years ago.
Drake wants nothing more than to woo his former wife, but as deputy sheriff, his time is torn between nabbing the poachers and protecting Braelyn.
Can Braelyn find forgiveness or will she allow bitterness to ruin her sanctuary? And can Drake reclaim his heart?

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YOU, ME AND THE STARS

27 July 2021


Polar opposites, pretty girl Willow Rysen and humble nerd Christian Blythe, find themselves forced to work together on a project for their science class at Bethel Private School. While she sees a good grade to help pass the course on her horizon, his hopes of a great grade seem to fizzle faster than a piece of calcium carbonate in a bottle of hydrochloric acid.

As the two work on their project, debating the Bible versus science, Miss Popular finds her world turned upside down after a night of partying, made even worse when Christian is the only one around to rescue her. Will she find that the grace of God can overcome her past failures or will she allow the lure of the world's ideologies to keep her tight in its grasp?

You, Me, and the Stars will melt the toughest heart with its tale of young love, the trials we face, and how God can ultimately change us into the people we long to be no matter what our ages.

 
 
Writing on Beach

Virginia Woolf

“Every secret of a writer’s soul, every experience of his life, every quality of his mind, is written large in his works.”