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Monday’s New Beginning

Life has been tough for Chloe Evans since the death of her husband almost two years ago. Moving to a different city, starting a new business and getting the hang of being a single parent has left Chloe exhausted and her son, Zach, bitter and angry.

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Chloe desperately wants to make things work for the two of them, but with the future of her fledgling daycare threatened by the behavior of a four-year-old tyrant and her grieving son challenging her on every front, it’s looking harder and harder. Matters are made worse when the contractor she hires to remodel her daycare, Deke Hudson, turns out to be too gorgeous to ignore. The last thing she needs right now is a new man in her life, but when suspicion surfaces of Zach’s involvement in a local drug ring and someone tries to burn down the daycare with Chloe and Zach inside, she’s glad Deke’s not a man who runs from problems. Despite the problems that are facing her now, the real challenge is letting go of the past and embracing the new beginning Chloe and Zach desperately need.
The first of seven installments in the A New Day series.


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Monday’s New Beginning and Sunday’s Promise. Free Shipping

The first two editions in the A New Day series together for $19.

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Monday’s New Beginning

Life has been tough for Chloe Evans since the death of her husband almost two years ago. Moving to a different city, starting a new business and getting the hang of being a single parent has left Chloe exhausted and her son, Zach, bitter and angry. Chloe desperately wants to make things work for the two of them, but with the future of her fledgling daycare threatened by the behavior of a four-year-old tyrant and her grieving son challenging her on every front, it’s looking harder and harder. Matters are made worse when the contractor she hires to remodel her daycare, Deke Hudson, turns out to be too gorgeous to ignore. The last thing she needs right now is a new man in her life, but when suspicion surfaces of Zach’s involvement in a local drug ring and someone tries to burn down the daycare with Chloe and Zach inside, she’s glad Deke’s not a man who runs from problems. Despite the problems that are facing her now, the real challenge is letting go of the past and embracing the new beginning Chloe and Zach desperately need.

Sunday’s Promise
I am very excited to introduce to you the first in the seven-book New Day series, titled Sunday’s Promise. As a preacher’s daughter, Miranda McKinnon has always trusted things happen for a reason, but when she finds her fiancé kissing another woman and is faced with an accusation that could tear her dad’s church apart, Miranda realizes she needs a place to reassess her life. Vowing never to succumb to heartache again, Miranda flees to her grandmother’s house in Emmett, Idaho in hopes of finding peace form the turmoil within. Just when she gets comfortable with the decision to give up men and reclaim her life, she notices the handsome new pastor Joel Maxwell and his adorable three-year-old son Cricket. As their friendship deepens, Miranda finally admits that a devastating circumstance from her past has held her back from ever truly giving her heart. She is forced to choose between exposing the long-buried secret or keeping it to herself and avoiding the risk of rejection.


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Sunday’s Promise

Miranda McKinnon is a giver both in her personal life and in her church community. But when devastating circumstances ruin her chance for love she flees to her grandmother’s home in Idaho vowing never to succumb to heartache again.

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Ultimately, Miranda will discover that she, too, needs support when she must decide between hiding her true feelings or revealing the long-held secret that’s kept her from genuinely giving her heart and perhaps finally finding the greatest love of all.

The first of seven installments in the A New Day series.


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Tuesday’s Child

Two years ago, Ginny Porter made some bad decisions — the biggest of which was falling for her boyfriend’s lies. While she regretted her period of rebellion, she would never regret the birth of their child, Sophy. Now, trying to get her life back on track and with a fresh teaching certificate in hand, she and Sophy are headed to an Idaho farm where Ginny has a summer job as a tutor.

For Dallas Reid, hiring a tutor for his eight-year-old step-brother had seemed like a good idea but he hadn’t expected her to be a beautiful young mother and her adorable toddler. Their growing attraction for each other is hindered when Dallas realizes Ginny’s past has a long reach and is endangering her life. But even though Dallas appears to be everything Todd was not, Ginny doesn’t know if she can rely on her instincts and confide in him.

By learning to trust each other and deal with the secrets each are holding, Dallas and Ginny’s Idaho summer turns into life-changing lessons on God’s grace and the blessing of second chances.

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What Would The Bible Say?

The totally searchable resource!
A teaching tool for new (and seasoned) Christians. What Would the Bible Say? is now available as an eBook. Downloaded to your electronic device it immediately becomes a searchable resource providing answers to your questions — Abortion? Euthanasia? Workplace? These subjects, and many more, are covered in What Would the Bible Say? Pastors will find it a great resource to recommend to others.

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What Would The Bible Say? eBook

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What Would The Bible Say? Kindle

For Amazon.com’s Kindle eReader.

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What? You don’t own a Kindle?
Here’s my testimonial: Remember the toys you longed for at Christmas, hoped and prayed you get, and when you did, you were happy for a few days but after a little while you realized they didn’t live up to your expectations? The Barbie really didn’t make you feel like a princess, the Little Pony really didn’t take you anywhere? Well, I have owned my Kindle for almost three months and it has far exceeded every one of my expectations. I love it!

Yes, it’s pricey, but how else can you hold 1,000 books in your purse or backpack? When Mike and I began talking about downsizing our home, we realized that one of our biggest problems would be our library. 3,000+ books take up a lot of room. So I began to cull the books that contained the information that I could easily obtain on the web — 500 out the door. Then I weeded out the books I’d bought because they looked interesting, the duplicates and the ones I bought simply because I’ve never met a book I didn’t like and if it was affordable I’d usually purchase it — 350 more gone. Hmmm, what did that leave? It left the oodles of books that I have read and reread and will continue to reread until my eyesight fails. Can you see yourself reading the Mitford Series only once? Never! What about Agatha Christie only one time? Preposterous. So my Honey finally agreed that maybe a Kindle, holding 1,000 of my best-loved rereads, would be a good idea. So, here’s the thing: It’s a wonderful investment and well worth the stiff price when compared to purchasing even 1,000 paperbacks — and no, I have only purchased 30-some books so far, but a few each month is my goal. They’re cheaper than hardbacks and some of your choices are even free. If you order from my page, I get a percentage (your price doesn’t go up) and I will have a few more pennies to order more Kindle books!


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