The Lost Sanctuary Series:
As the stories weave through the hidden passageways of time (and one particular old house) both Heather and Maggie come into their own and take possession of the backbone and conviction they've earned while discovering love along the way. Serena Chase, USA Today, February 6, 2012
Relive the roaring twenties through a long-lost diary in this delightful inspirational. As the story unfolds, inspirational truths are discovered by the characters that will warm your heart. And there is a little "stardust" sprinkled throughout the pages for everyone. Fresh Fiction, May 27, 2012 Embedded
with history, painful secrets, hidden rooms and mysterious codes, Tomorrow's Sun is a skillfully told tale with a
subtle faith thread that will please fans of both historical and contemporary
romance. Serena Chase for USA
Today January 12, 2012
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Cedar Creek Seasons is easily one of my favorite titles thus far. Each author infused her story with humor and hope. I also loved the little hints of the other novellas’ characters popping in here and there.
This is a masterful collection you won’t want to miss. Valerie Comer, Live Simply-Simply Love blog, August 29, 2012
Four lighthearted stories are tied together by the location and Innkeeper Lola Peterson's gift of a Christmas cactus. Will the cactus and love both bloom as Lola promised? Door County, Wisconsin, a lovely setting by the bay, holds hope for four searching single women.
Filled with fun, faith, and humor, A Door County Christmas swings wide the door to reading pleasure.
Mary Hake, author
On the verge of life-altering changes, three Minnesota women are asked to trust the men who enter their lives with their hearts and livelihoods. Will a ministry volunteer, a grieving sister forgive, and an ex-wife trust take a risk when faith and love are on the line?
Love proves treacherous for three women in Galena, Illinois. Can Wade help Angel navigate life as a new believer? Will Jeanie’s heart survive when Steve returns and her past collides with her future? Should Ruby and Burt let others dictate what should be, or is does God have a better plan?