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When it comes to the Christmas season, Noelle Holiday is a real Scrooge…
December isn’t filled with the magic of Christmas for Noelle, just the looming dread she’s about to lose something else dear to her. Will she ever be rid of her Christmas curse?
When she adopts an injured shelter dog, she discovers the love of her life… a Golden Retriever named Abby. Perhaps being single is God’s plan for her, but at least she isn’t alone.
Her meddling family, however, is convinced she needs a man in her life. They introduce her to two irresistible men who couldn’t be more alike. Or more different. Both men sweep into her life, testing her faith, and stirring up desire and confusion in equal measure.
If she can just get through this humbug holiday without another heartache!
In the spirit of Hallmark movies, this sweet Christian romantic comedy tells the story of a believer, struggling to implement her faith in her everyday walk and battling fear to find the agape love that drives it away.
Book Two of the Holiday, Inc. Series, Haley’s Hangdog Holiday
This Christmas, Haley Martin may be harder to catch than her runaway dog.
Haley has a chance at her dream job working for Holiday, Inc. There’s only one drawback. Her ex-boyfriend, Gavin Holiday is her supervisor.
Seeing Gavin again makes her heart pound and her soul ache, yet Haley knows he deserves someone better. And her secret crisis of faith is only one of the reasons.
Add one very recalcitrant Basset Hound to all her other problems, and it looks like Haley is going to have a real hangdog holiday.
In the spirit of Hallmark Movies, this sweet romantic comedy tells the story of two young believers, struggling to find faith and love in the midst of adversity.
This is a short story that is also included in the anthology titled, Where the Light May Lead (Reflections of Faith Book 1).
After Hadley’s best friend moves away and she gets on the bad side of some girls at school, she goes to spend the summer with her grandparents in the Lake Michigan resort town of Grand Haven. Her next door neighbor is none other than teen TV star Simone Hendrickson, who is everything Hadley longs to be—pretty, popular, and famous—and she’s thrilled when Simone treats her like a friend.
Being popular is a lot harder than it looks.
It’s fun and flattering when Simone includes her in her circle, though Hadley is puzzled about why her new friend refuses to discuss her former Hollywood life. Caught up with Simone, Hadley finds herself ignoring her quiet, steadfast friend, Charlotte.
To make things even more complicated, along comes Nick Jenkins…
He’s sweet, good-looking, and Hadley can be herself around him without all the fake drama. However, the mean girls have other ideas and they fill Nick’s head with lies about Hadley, sending him running back to his ex-girlfriend and leaving Hadley heartbroken.
So when her parents decide to relocate to Grand Haven, Hadley hopes things will change when school starts…only to be disappointed once again.
Love gone bad.
Is this really what it’s like to live…
Next Door To A Star?
Lady Amelia Partridge has no time for the frivolity of the London social scene. In addition to her work with the Ladies Literary Society, she has a mission – educating poor children in the city. She also has a secret life, one she fears might drive away the young duke who has become increasingly important to her.
Carrie Hughes is a firefighter’s widow, whose husband Tim died on duty under mysterious circumstances. A library clerk with a grieving 13 year old daughter, 7 year old son, and extra pounds of ‘baby weight,’ she struggles with her own grief and her wavering Christian faith. Carrie reaches out to friends and finds comfort with Judy, a fellow widow who lives hundreds of miles away.
David Hensel, a salesman at his family’s quaint Amish furniture shop, lost his wife Sarah to cancer two years before. He works long hours while raising his 5 year old son, hiding his loneliness with his friendly smile and goofy jokes. He lives in the same small Wisconsin town as Judy, who invites Carrie to visit her over the summer.
When Carrie and David meet, they share an immediate bond and a romantic spark. As they begin a long-distance correspondence, they learn to laugh again- and love again.
But after David commits a sin he regrets, can he still be the loving man of faith Carrie needs? Can teenage Nora accept her mother’s new love life? A story of loss, love and forgiveness.
Note from the Author: This is a Christian fiction novel, but there is a warning for edgy subject matter (mention of suicide, adultery, childhood sexual abuse.) Romance with mild sexual dialogue and themes.