The girl next door becomes the woman who almost got away.
Micah Chan has loved Lucy Choi ever since they were kids, but life—and some regretful decisions—stopped him from pursuing her. Now he has a choice to make: Let her marry another man or break up her engagement to make this Christmas the most memorable one of their lives?
Micah and Lucy were introduced as children in the books Tropical Kiss or Miss and Taking a Chance on the Enemy, respectively. Meet them now as adults on the brink of discovering their own happily-ever-after.
my point of view:
Oh, what a sweet and fun this story was! I have not read any of the previous books in this series, and I can certainly attest that this can stand alone as it’s own novel! I absolutely loved the mostly light hearted journey of Lucy and Micah! I especially loved how these two meet as children, and while Lucy is not the happiest camper at 10 years old and having just moved to a new home and school, I became quite enamored with thirteen year old Micah and his strong faith in the Lord at such a young age!
The story takes us back and forth through the history and present day relationship of these two beautiful characters in a way that is done without a hitch. I normally do not like books that jump around time wise, but, honestly, this was done in a way that made perfect sense, and I don’t think I would have appreciated their story as much if the author gave it all to me chronologically.
What I also really liked about the entire story was how all of the main characters were already firmly rooted in their faith and belief in God. The only real ‘drama’ in the story was the relationship these two had as friends, almost sibling like, to falling in love with each other and not really knowing how to move past their close friendship into the next level! Now this may sound weird, but I also loved reading about the family meals and food they ate, lol! I love to learn subtleties of other cultures, and this part was wonderfully written into the story!
I have never read any of Ms. Ho’s books before, but I am certainly going to start reading more now!
Thank you so much for joining me today, Melanie! I am excited to get to know you a little more and share you with our readers!
Hi, Paula! Thank you for having me as a guest. I’m looking forward to chatting with you as well!
PM: I know your home is in Texas, where about in Texas though? I have never been and live to learn about new places! Can you tell us what your favorite place in Texas is to take visitors to?
MDS: I live in the Texas Hill Country near San Antonio. We just moved here in the spring, though, so we’re still getting to know the area. I love it, though! My favorite flower is the bluebonnet, and I’m excited to know that we’ll have a lot of them next March and April. I’ve also lived in the Dallas/Fort Worth and Midland areas as well as Abilene. I think one of my favorite places to take visitors to in Texas is probably the Kerrville and Fredericksburg areas. It’s beautiful there with so much to see and do, plus some gorgeous places to camp!
MDS: When I was a young child, I loved everything by Beverly Cleary and would read them again and again. Later, it was probably the Narnia series closely followed by the Hobbit and Lord of the Rings. My mom read a lot of books to my brothers and I, and I like to do the same with my kids now.
PM: I sometimes look at my hubs and wonder – where did he get that idea from?? What’s the most difficult thing about writing characters from the opposite gender?
MDS: The most difficult thing for me is during those times when my hero and heroine aren’t together. I try to write what they are thinking about and how much the other person is on his or her mind. I know what the woman might be thinking and how the man she’s interested in might occupy her thoughts, but I often struggle with the guy’s perspective.
PM: If you couldn’t be a writer, what career path do you think you’d choose to be on?
MDS: I grew up with three different goals for my future: To be a stay at home mom, an author, and a marine biologist who studies sharks. I’ve accomplished the first two, and I have to admit the third doesn’t hold a lot of appeal to me any longer. LOL So if I couldn’t be a writer, I’d probably be focusing more on hobbies like photography and crocheting.
PM: If we were to open you your refrigerator right now, what would we find in it?
MDS: The first thing you’d notice is the giant jug of apple juice (for the kiddos) and a big container of homemade dog food. There’s other stuff in there, I promise, but those two definitely take up a lot of refrigerator real estate. LOL
PM: Do you write stories more from your own experiences, or do you spend a lot time doing research on the type of characters you’re creating?
MDS: I definitely tend to write more from my own experience. I’ve done research into the type of characters I create, but most of the time, I do research into the situation around the characters. For example, in Finding Joy, Parker works on a cattle ranch that includes Longhorns. Chelsea starts working there with zero farm or ranch experience. I happen to have a friend whose family owns a Longhorn ranch. I was able to go and talk to my friends, see the Longhorns in person and watch them come running across the field like I wrote about in my book. I even got to feed one of them. It was an experience I’ll never forgot, and it was fun to be able to write Chelsea’s viewpoint from the experience of seeing Longhorns up close for the first time myself.
PM: Tell us what you enjoy doing the most when you are not writing or reading?
MDS: When I’m not writing, I enjoy photography. I love nature photography the most, but I also enjoy taking portraits of our kids and our family portraits every fall as well. I haven’t done a lot of photography work lately, but hope to change that soon. I mentioned my excitement about living in an area that will see a lot of bluebonnets this next spring, and I have a feeling I’ll be photographing them a great deal.
PM: If you could be a superhero, what would you want your superpowers to be?
MDS: I would want the power to heal injuries, both mental and physical. If I could choose a second superpower to go with that, super speed would be fantastic for SO many reasons.
PM: How can readers keep up with you and your new releases?
MDS: The best way to keep up with my new releases is by following me on Facebook and signing up for my newsletters. Readers can also follow me on Amazon to get notices.
PM: Finally, coffee or tea? Cream, sugar?
MDS: If we’re talking hot beverages, the only one I drink is hot chocolate. But I do enjoy unsweetened iced tea, though!
Thanks again, Paula, it was so much fun visiting with you! I hope you have a blessed day!
Review of Sapphire Ice & FREE ebook by Hallee Bridgeman & A PRINT GIVEAWAY!!
To Robin Bartlett, men were nothing more than violent users. After a hair-raising childhood, Robin and her two younger half sisters battled simply to survive. Determined to give her sisters a very different life from that of their mother; to never have to rely on a man for anything, she worked two jobs and put them both through college, while accepting help from no one. Her heart had turned to ice and she had no use for men or God.
Antonio “Tony” Viscolli had grown up on the streets, homeless. At seventeen, he entered a downtown church with the intent of casing it, but found himself on his knees at the alter. After being fostered by the youth minister, Tony followed God’s leading and eventually became a very successful and powerful businessman. In a fallen world, he was a gem.
When Tony bought the restaurant where Robin bartended, she immediately resented his intrusion into her well ordered, but exhausting, life. She suspected his offering her special attention and constant kindness was merely his way of expecting something from her in return, something she wasn’t willing to give.
Tony knew God had led him to Robin. Would she ever allow herself to trust him? Could she ever allow herself to trust God? Or would the winter of their tragic youth rise from the shadows of the past and freeze any chance at happiness?
my point of view:
I am bringing you this review today of an older book, but I am going to admit that I have read this book – and the entire series – at least half a dozen times. Why? Well, I will tell you….first let me say Hallee Bridgeman is probably only the second Christian Fiction author I have ever read (the first being Robin Jones Gunn and the Glenbrooke series). I fell in love with Hallee and her writing, and have read every single (fiction) book she has ever published. In fact, it was due to Hallee that I “met” many other Christian fiction authors through boxed sets that Hallee was in. Because of this I have essentially stopped reading anything but Christian fiction!
That all being said, this is seriously one of my all time favorite books / series. I love these characters to the point I dream about them – no kidding. I bought the combination paperback of the first four books in the series directly from the author so she would sign it for me. How fan girl is that of me??
Okay enough about how obsessed I am with the books, let me tell you about Robin and Tony….and their amazing journey. When you read the opening prologue of this book, do not be surprised to catch your breath and practically have your heart racing….maybe even tear up a little. The story of Robin and her sisters is one that I now carry in my heart. Robin is so tired….tired of working two jobs to make ends meet and put her youngest sister through school, tired of having no life but but working and caring for her sisters, tired of constantly feeling like she has her back to the wall. Tired of living in a cramped, crappy apartment because it is all she can afford. Tired of hoping her run down car will last just a little bit longer until she can afford a ‘newer’ used vehicle.
Robin is plan worn out! Enter Tony Viscolli….gazillionaire extraordinaire. Handsome, Italian, wealthy as sin itself, and yet no one knows how he was raised on the streets of Boston and barely made it to 18 years old without going to jail. Now he’s all polished up, lives in the best penthouse suite and owns so many businesses it’s hard to keep count. Tony is blessed to have found God and made his mission in life to give back to the church community he loves, and help others every way he can. But there is something missing in his life, for all his money, friends and loved ones….he is still alone in the world. Then he walks into a bar (right?) and meets the sapphire ice eyes of Robin Bartlett and neither of their lives will ever be the same. These two main characters are in my heart and soul forever, I love them so much! Hallee’s writing is so spot on when it comes to having been a victim of abuse, and doing whatever it takes to protect the ones you love.
This book is FREE on Amazon to everyone and I cannot recommend it enough, I pray you will all be as blessed as I was to go on their journey! Oh yeah, and BONUS – there’s recipes at the end of the books! I love recipes! Hallee also has great book club discussion questions at the end of every book in the series!
With more than half a million book sales, Hallee Bridgeman is a best-selling Christian author who writes action-packed romantic suspense focusing on realistic characters who face real world problems. Her work has been described as everything from refreshing to heart-stopping exciting and edgy.
An Army brat turned Floridian, Hallee finally settled in central Kentucky with her family so that she could enjoy the beautiful changing of the seasons. She enjoys the roller-coaster ride thrills that life with a National Guard husband, a college student daughter, and two elementary aged sons delivers.
A prolific writer, when she’s not penning novels, you will find her in the kitchen, which she considers the ‘heart of the home’. Her passion for cooking spurred her to launch a whole food, real food “Parody” cookbook series. In addition to nutritious, Biblically grounded recipes, readers will find that each cookbook also confronts some controversial aspect of secular pop culture.
Hallee is a member of the Published Author Network (PAN) of the Romance Writers of America (RWA) where she serves as a long time member in the Faith, Hope, & Love chapter. She is a member of the American Christian Fiction Writers (ACFW) and the American Christian Writers (ACW) as well as being a member of Novelists, Inc. (NINC). An accomplished speaker, Hallee has taught and inspired writers around the globe, from Sydney, Australia, to Dallas, Texas, to Portland, Oregon, to Washington, D.C., and all places in between.
Hallee loves coffee, campy action movies, and regular date nights with her husband. Above all else, she loves God with all of her heart, soul, mind, and strength; has been redeemed by the blood of Christ; and relies on the presence of the Holy Spirit to guide her. She prays her work here on earth is a blessing to you and would love to hear from you. You can reach Hallee at firstname.lastname@example.org
STAND ALONE TITLES:
On the Ropes
THE DIXON BROTHER SERIES:
1. Courting Calla
THE JEWEL SERIES:
1. Sapphire Ice
2. Greater Than Rubies
3. Emerald Fire
4. Topaz Heat
SECOND GENERATION JEWEL SERIES:
5. Christmas Diamond
6. Christmas Star Sapphire
7. Jade’s Match
SONG OF SUSPENSE SERIES:
1. A Melody for James
2. An Aria for Nick
3. A Carol for Kent
4. A Harmony for Steve
VIRTUES AND VALOR SERIES:
1. Temperance’s Trial
2. Homeland’s Hope
3. Charity’s Code
4. A Parcel for Prudence
5. Grace’s Ground War
6. Mission of Mercy
7. Flight of Faith
8. Valor’s Vigil
PARODY COOKBOOK SERIES
Fifty Shades of Gravy, A Christian Gets Saucy
The Walking Bread, This Bread Will Rise
Iron Skillet Man, The Stark Truth About Pepper and Pots
Hallee Crockpotter and the Chamber of Sacred Ingredients
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I want to wish everyone a Wonderful New Year!! I am sharing the Inspy log post interview today, my dear friend, Janet Ferguson interviews author, Becky Wade, plus there is a chance for a giveaway! Please take a moment to visit:
Three abandoned children…
Two erstwhile sweethearts…
One missing sister…
And no problem?
After Iris Delaney kissed him and ran off eleven years ago, Camden La Salle never wanted to see her again. But Iris is back in town caring for her nieces and baby nephew, and she needs his help. Can Camden let go of their past history to help Iris with her present crisis for the sake of the children’s future well-being?
A Christian coastal beach town romance with suspense, LOVE YOU ALWAYS is book 6 in USA Todaybestselling author Jan Thompson’s Savannah Sweethearts series of sweet, clean, wholesome, and inspirational multiethnic contemporary Christian.
My point of view:
I am a big fan of Jan Thompson’s books, especially the Savannah Sweethearts collection! I was thrilled to be able to read Love You Always, book 6 in the series. Not only does this story have the great background of Savannah, GA and the history of previous characters, but it is also a suspense theme! Add in the past love gone wrong and three adorable children, and you pretty much have me sold, lol!
Iris Delaney, aka: Auntie Ibis, is forced to return to her home town after being gone for eleven years. When sweet young Peggy calls her aunt to help because her baby brother has run out diapers and mom is no where to be found, Iris immediately quits her job in Jacksonville Florida and comes to Savannah to find her sister and care for her nieces and nephew.
She never imagined the man she walked away from eleven years ago would be one of the first people there to help find her sister and end up taking care of her and the children. Camden tried hard not to be the person “assigned” to assist in the search for Bianca Delaney, given his past history with her sister, Iris, but as we all know, God has His own plans.
Little Peggy is pivotal to the entire story, and absolutely precious as any five year old can be! I found myself literately laughing out loud at some of her comments, phrases, and unexpected interruptions! I have not had the pleasure of a little one around me in a long while, but she certainly conjured up some memories of the times when my adult child was that age.
Jan Thompson’s writing is wonderful, she takes us trough the past of these two main characters without a hitch in the plot and you never feel as if you are experiencing flashbacks. The levels of suspense and mystery flow perfectly, very edgy at times, but always brings God front and center to every situation. The Bible verses quoted were extremely pertinent and had me diving into my own Bible with my journal by my side to jot them down.
If you adore a great romance novel you will enjoy this story. If you like mystery and suspense, you will enjoy this story. If you appreciate a story centered on God first, you will enjoy this story!
About Jan Thompson
Reprinted with author’s permission:
Can a chance meeting lead to true love? Or does love not always find a way?
With the holidays quickly approaching and not enough money to even stay caught up on bills, Amanda takes a second job at Northtown Mall in the heart of Spokane, Washington. What was originally thought of as just an extra paycheck turns out to be much more when she meets a man who might just be an answer to her prayers.
Nate’s heart has grown weary of never seeing his daughter, Sydney, since he moved away after his divorce over two years ago. Taking an extended trip to spend quality time with his daughter, he hopes to inspire her to return to church and start taking the right steps in her life. What was only meant to be a trip to see his daughter turns into much more after one fateful night at the mall.
“Until Christmas” is a story of two hearts molded and shaped by the Master Potter in the most unlikely of places and blessed by the greatest love of all. Join Amanda and Nate as they navigate God’s will in their lives.
my point of view:
The Potter’s House series has become a favorite of mine, and I am sorry to say I have never read a book by this author prior to this one! I was very excited to get this review copy of this story! I have heard many good things about TK Chapin, and I was not disappointed in the least!
Nate and Amanda meet at a very strange time in each of their lives. While Amanda is having financial issues and trying to “a big girl” about it, Nate is dealing with being so far from his daughter and her daily life. Amanda ends up taking a second job, and Nate is getting more and more frustrated with his employment. When Nate ‘forgets’ his daughter’s birthday gift, he is forced to go shopping at the last minute and enlists Amanda’s help in selecting presents. I said ‘forgets’ in quotes, because to me, this is just such a God thing!
Even though they each have their own struggles they are working through, both of them rely heavily on their faith in God to see them through the good and the hard! This was a great thing to see in a novel today, so many times one of the main characters may not be a believer, or is having an issue with trusting God. This story definitely has both the hero and heroine depending deeply on their relationship with Jesus and stepping out in faith in several ways!
I am so grateful for having had the opportunity to read this lovely story, and I look forward to reading more of TK Chapin!
About T.K. Chapin
T.K. CHAPIN is an award winning Inspirational Christian Fiction author who designs his stories to inspire and tug on your heart strings. He believes that telling authentic stories of faith, love and family helps build the faith of believers while inviting non-believers into the reality of God. Each story highlights how God can work in the lives of those who follow Him.
Chapin gives all credit for his writing and storytelling abilities to God. The majority of his stories take place in and around his hometown of Spokane Washington. Chapin & his wife reside in Southeast Idaho and have three children. When not writing, he enjoys traveling, swimming and spending time with friends & family.
Inspirational Romance Series – A Reason To Love
(Book 1) A Reason To Live
(Book 2) A Reason To Believe
(Book 3) TBD
Contemporary Christian Romance – Journey Of Love Series
(Book 1) Journey Of Grace
(Book 2) Journey Of Hope
(Book 3) Journey Of Faith
Christian Romance Series – Protected by Love Series
(Book 1) Love’s Return
(Book 2) Love’s Promise
(Book 3) Love’s Protection
Christian Romance Series – Diamond Lake Series
(Book 1) One Thursday Morning
(Book 2) One Friday Afternoon
(Book 3) One Saturday Evening
(Book 4) One Sunday Drive
(Book 5) One Monday Prayer
(Book 6) One Tuesday Lunch
(Book 7) One Wednesday Dinner
Christian Firefighter Series – Embers & Ashes
(Book 1) Amongst The Flames
(Book 2) Out of the Ashes
(Book 3) Up in Smoke
(Book 4) After the Fire
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A Heartbroken Father: 10-year-old Gracie& the Save a Soul Prayer Team (A Fruit of the Spirit Book Book 1)
I’m Gracie and this is my story. I live in the beautiful Shenandoah Valley with my mama Bernice, and Miss Millie, the renter who lives with us. I sure wish she were my grandma, she’s that sweet! But then, I find out in this here book that she’s an honest a goodness angel! Here in Pleasant Hill, we talk a tad different saying things like ya’ll, yes’m, and yes siree. Our words spoke with love warm my heart because everyone cares about their neighbor and what’s going on with one matters to all.
In this first Fruit of the Spirit book, I want to join my mama’s Save a Soul Prayer Team to thank God for all the people who came around us when my firefighter daddy died saving the town from a huge brush fire. Fact is, I’ve a list of wants, like having a sister, helping my sorrowful friends daddy figure out where his family has gone and…well…stuff like that. But I heard tell that God can do what I can’t.
I find out how true that is when I fall into a sinkhole and Jesus meets me there. With a smile in my heart. I’m eager to do what he asks. My faith adventure takes me from the school playground to the hospital and home. All the while the Lord is with me, mine, and my new sister every step of the way.
5-Stars! “Wow! Great story! Begin building a child’s library with Paula-Rose’s books. This author definitely has a knack for the written word! I love reading books of faith to kids. I always did to my children and now grandchildren. *We need more books like this for kids of all ages! Highly recommend!* God’s grace captivates Paula-Rose in such a way that she wants her life to make difference for His Glory!” Children’s Author, Joyce Mitchell
5-Stars! “This book speaks from the heart to young and old, as it praises the Lord on every page. And as, it sweetly says yes’m, yes siree, also y’all…it’s actually talking to all of us in many different ways. That’s why as it guides its people, it is showing everybody… if we will just follow where the Lord leads…. that even in the darkest sinkhole of our life we will verify that we can do all things through the strength given to us by Jesus Christ! Because through prayer by spending time with the Lord, we will always find the way we need to be going. So read on, and enjoy this spirit filled adventure realizing there will always be Angels among us, sent to help us find the light…and to survive the problems in our life.” Author, Mary Joslin
5-Stars! “I fell in love with the prayer warrior Gracie. An old soul who would become a world changer for sure! The introduction of M&M as an Angel was reminiscent of the *Touched By An Angel TV show* which I love. It also reminded me of the movie *The War Room* and I like how the author combined the story with that of the janitor.” Becky reads
5-Stars! I received this novel as a gift and I read it with intrigue. It’s a beautiful story that is uplifting for even adults! I can picture little children listening in awe of this little gal Gracie, who is learning how to pray and comes across difficulty in her own life but trusts the Lord. *I love this read and look forward to more in the series to come! Grab it for yours kids or children’s church!* Author, Aimee Marie Bejarano
5-Stars! “A sweet blessing Wrapped in love. Such a beautiful touching story. I love the name, Gracie. The little girl in this story was, full of grace and eager to please.The beautiful and kind way she was taught by her mother and the angel, M&M, was very special. God’s Word says, “to bring a child up the way they are to go, and it will it will stay with them all of their life. Little Grace was taught the way to love, with all of the ‘fruits of the spirit’ incorporated. I don’t wish to give the story away, so you will need to read and find out for yourself.” Author, Sr Crystal Mary Lindsey
About the Author
At fifteen, Paula-Roseand her family spent many weeks on a friend’s farm in the Shenandoah Valley.Since all had daily jobs on the farm, she did too. Though Paula grew up inlarge cities, she loved being there and has suggested to her pastor husbandthat if they retire she’d like to live where her heart first experienced whatshe hopes kids do when they read her Gracie books.
Happily married to Lutheran Pastor, and Chosen People Ministries fieldmissionary, Ron Michelson, the couple have two wonderful married daughters andseven adorable grandchildren.
When her daughters were little, Paula’s husband made up wonderful stories forthem. She learned from him the joy of using life situations in a way thatblessed children. What started as bedtime stories are realized in this firstGracie book written to entertain and encourage love for God and His Word, whilekids learn about the Fruit of the Spirit.
When not writing, Paula likes to teach Praying the Psalms to the women at herchurch. She loves to ladies drawing closer to God while He shows them how todeal with each emotion in a way that brings them closer to the Him. A member ofher church’s weekly prayer team, Paula knows all things the Lord asks of us areaccomplished when we start with prayer.
To get your name or the names of everyone in your group in “Bill-Bob’sChristmas Cookie: 10-year-old Gracie &the Save a Soul Prayer Team, Book2” send a never been published cookie recipe to GraciePrayerTeam@mail.comA committee of kids and folks who love cookies will choose the winner.
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Finally Accepted by toni shiloh
There’s only one thing Chloe Smith has ever wanted: family. Yet the DNA results she’s received have thrown her life into a tailspin. Her utmost desire has ended up being the catalyst for shaking her faith. She doesn’t even know who she is anymore, and she’s certainly too messed up for her longtime crush to give her more than a second glance.
Darryl Jones is struggling between his past and the grace God so freely offers. His sins feel too big for him to handle, let alone expect the woman of his dreams to accept. Chloe is the only woman he’s ever wanted and the one he doesn’t deserve.
As they form a tentative relationship and examine their faith, Chloe and Darryl ache to know they are finally accepted and fully loved.
my point of view:
I have been trying my best to branch out from my “go to” authors lately. Knowing how much I love “my girls” I still know there are more great authors out there….so I asked around in my book clubs and Toni Shiloh was recommended quite a bit. I researched some of her books and was able to get Finally Accepted on Kindle…. I am so happy I did!! This is actually book three in the Freedom Lakes series, but can be read as a stand alone with no issues, as I enjoyed it very much!
Chloe Smith and Darryl Jones have been dancing around their mutual attraction since school days… neither one believing they are deserving of the other. Just as any of us can suffer with our own worthiness, these two have their own issues, past and present to deal with as well.
One of the things I loved about this story was the way both of the main characters deeply long for family and the love of their parents. I can unfortunately completely relate to this heartache. But isn’t it amazing how when God starts going to work on their wishes…. bringing the very people they have wanted to be a part of their lives, and then they ask God what He was thinking? LOL
Chloe’s faith has always been strong and sure, and Darryl is a new believer finding his way. The way these two characters grow and develop and truly learn to put God first is a beautiful story and one I am so happy to have been a part of!
About the Author:
Toni Shiloh is a wife, mom, and Christian contemporary romance author. Once she understood the powerful saving grace, thanks to the love of Christ, she was moved to honor her Savior. She writes to bring Him glory and to learn more about His goodness.
A member of the American Christian Fiction Writers (ACFW) and president of the Virginia Chapter, Toni seeks to help readers find authors. She loves connecting with readers and authors alike via social media, predominately Facebook. When she’s not spending time in imagination land, you’ll either find her with a book or an Xbox One controller to avoid the housework that never seems to end.
Toni Shiloh has made a commitment to do her part in bringing diversity into fiction. Her stories include a diverse group of characters with African Americans taking the spotlight. She is the founder of the blog, Diversity Between the Pages. When she’s not writing her own diverse stories, she assists authors giving critiques, feedback, or participating as a sensitivity reader.
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