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Meet Juliette Gustafson
Juliette is heartbroken after her boyfriend callously dumps her on Valentine’s Day. Determined she isn’t “getting over Mike” quickly enough, her sisters devise The Monday ManDates; an intervention plan requiring Juliette to endure what turns out to be a series of remarkably disastrous blind dates: TheraPaul, Frisky Frank, TAZ the rock star, and the stoic Tim Larsen, just to name a few. Then there’s Victor Jarrett, the police officer with an affinity for pulling Juliette over when she’s at her very worst. But no one is more surprised than Juliette when she meets the only one who can right the wrongs in her past and change her future.
Meet the Gustafson Girls
Orphaned by a drunk driver, it’s the G-FOURce – the Gustafson Four club – that unites the sisters when their differences would tear them apart. Juliette has become the quintessential doormat, Renata, the self-appointed matriarchal figure. Phoebe is, according to Ren, borderline narcissistic, and Gia is on the verge of a major identity crisis.
Then there’s Angela Clinton, the senior class darling who plowed her cherry 1970 el Camino into the Gustafons’ car that fateful day. She’s up for parole and word is she’s moving back to town. Is the G-FOURce strong enough to bind the sisters together as they step into the eye of the storm that’s been brewing for the last fifteen years?
The Gustafson Girls is a Contemporary Christian Romance series about sisters.
In movie development along with Angel in the Storm, Book 2 by Motion Picture Pro Studios.
Fifteen-year-old Megan Laughlin has a gift—or what seems like a curse at times. Megan sees angels and demons.
Megan knows her destiny is to protect her friends against dark angels who try to sway them into situations that can destroy their lives, their souls, and their eternity.
At school, she recognizes Judas, an über popular boy, as an evil angel hell-bent on destroying her and everyone she loves. As Judas spreads horrible rumors and overdoses two of her classmates at a rave, Megan realizes the enormity of his power. While classmates die, Megan, with the help of an angel, Johnny, and a team of friends will face the fight of their lives as they battle Judas.
Megan thinks God hasn’t given her any “special” powers, but discovers she has what she needs as she confronts Judas and his seemingly unconquerable power.
Appropriate for ages 12 on up.
AOL recommended the Angel in the Shadows series as the alternative to Twilight on the “ALA’s Top Ten Most Challenged Book List of 2010”