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My new Historical Christian Romance is available now!

 Abbilene loses her husband and her dreams in the fire that destroys the flour mill. The town is crying out for answers, and the Mayor promises justice. During the reading of her husband's will, Abbilene’s faith is tested when she discovers the true depths of his betrayal. She will inherit the mill and the money to rebuild as long as she adopts his son, left in an orphanage in San Francisco. The son no one knew existed. How can she love a child her husband fathered with another woman?

     Tucker Manning, childhood friend and Sheriff, is ordered by the Mayor to uncover the truth of the explosion that took eight lives. He doesn’t believe the rumors around town about Abbilene and Sterling, her husband’s cousin. Could the woman he grew up with have planned and plotted to get rid of her husband and inherit the mill? The past has shown him that some women aren’t to be trusted, but Abbie is different. Isn’t she?

     There are those who do not want the mill rebuilt and seek to stop Abbie at all costs. Even if that means harming a child. With Tucker at her side, they must retrieve the child and return home to finalize his adoption. 

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Book 2 of The Promise Series

I am hard at work on book 2 of The Promise Series!

Savannah Ward worked as a nurse during The Civil War. Now home, she's desperate to complete a promise she made to a dying soldier. How will his family receive her? Will they honor his work? Find out soon in Savannah's Promise.

Updated: Jan 20, 2019

Mercy's Promise holds a special place in my heart. The story came to me in a dream. It was the opening scene of a mother hiding her little girl behind a chair, as they listen to the pounding of the boots on the heavy wooden floor. I woke with my heart pounding and grabbed a pen.

Glenn Ward needs a miracle. His wife is dying and leaving behind newborn twin sons. He returns from the War a changed man. Guilt stains his soul, and anger is growing in his heart.

Anika Coltrane needs a miracle of her own. After burying her husband and newborn baby on the same day, she’s left with a six-year old daughter to raise.

An answered prayer brings them together and Anika agrees to become a wet-nurse for the family. Delaney needs a safe place to grow up, away from sorrow and fear. Will they find shelter with the Ward family?

Two broken-hearted families must find a way to move past the pain and choose forgiveness. Will they feed the shadows growing in their hearts or allow God to heal their wounds?

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