Faith & Fiction 

Faith – my firm belief that Jesus Christ is the Son of God and came to this world to bridge the gap between God and man is not just part of something I believe. I live it to the best of my ability. “This is more than a Sunday thing.”

Fiction – I love fiction. I’ll read almost any novel if I have time. That’s why I chose to write fiction over non-fiction. When I found other authors drop biblical truths in the middle of a story to minister to the reader in an unassuming way, I said, “I want to be part of that.” So, here I am, sharing the heart of Christ through works of fiction.

When you read my books or my blogs, I hope that you will see the impact my faith in Christ has had on my life and my writing. Each time my fingers hit the keyboard, my singular goal is for the reader to get a glimpse of God’s grace, beauty, and unfailing love without feeling like they are being preached at. My characters live their faith; it isn’t lip service to them. As our own lives should be. I also want readers to be entertained safely without worrying about reading something that will cause them to falter in their Walk.

So, if you’ve read this far, thank you for letting me into your time and hearing the heart of this crazy author.

I appreciate you. Be blessed.

About The Book

All An Act

Release date: August 27, 2024

Pre-Order on Amazon Here

Genre: Christian Contemporary Romance

Format: Paperback, eBook

Not all weddings end in marriage. Not all hurting hearts remain broken.

In the year since Something Suamalie started, the dynamic trio Kiana, Lulu, and Meilani have accumulated a glowing reputation at home and abroad for brides and their wedding day dreams. But when a triple-booked weekend forces Lulu to manage the wedding of the Onirique events coordinator by herself, panic sets in. Her lack of confidence and ADHD, not to mention the return of a devilishly handsome man, could easily spell disaster.

When André left the Suamalie Islands to pursue a career in Paris, he never dreamed of returning. The islands hold a treasure chest of memories he wishes to keep locked away, but recent changes in his life force him to face those very things. And a choice for his future that will break more than one heart.

With neither of them able to talk about their feelings, how will Lulu and André be able to set aside their pasts and move on?

Take a trip to the Suamalie Islands, where palm trees sway, the sand and sea pulse with life, and the people will steal your heart.

 

Series information:

Where Treasure Lies: Year One by Amanda Tru

Wheelers Design: Year One by Rachel Skatvold

The Title Wave: Year One by Chautona Havig

A Heart for News: Year One by Susan K. Beatty

Love Like No Other: Year One by Tabitha Bouldin

Room for Love: Year One by Marguerite Martin Gray

An Unexpected Gift: Year One by Melissa Wardwell

Tropical Target: Year One by Jennifer Pierce

A Deeper Love: Year One by Heidi Gray McGill

 

Seashells Tell No Tales: Year Two by Amanda Tru

Treasured Keepsakes: Year Two by Rachel Skatvold

Trust Fall: Year Two by Chautona Havig

Bold of Heart: Year Two by Susan K. Beatty

Conversation Hearts: Year Two by Marguerite Martin Gray

All An Act: Year Two by Melissa Wardwell

Oasis Abduction: Year Two by Jennifer Pierce

In Deeper Waters: Year Two by Heidi Gray McGill

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