This spring I worked hard to get my second and third novels up for purchase under my real name. I’m happy to say that both At Every Turn and A Home for My Heart are now available! Here is a blurb and a book trailer for each one!
At Every Turn
Caught up in a whirlwind of religious fervor over a missionary project in Africa, Alyce Benson impetuously pledges three thousand dollars toward the work. Now she must find a way to get the money.
Alyce harbors a secret passion for automobiles and speed, and she’s spent many an afternoon driving around the rustic racetrack in the field behind her home. When she discovers that her father’s company has sponsored a racing car that will compete in several upcoming events—races in which the driver will be paid up to five thousand dollars in prize money—she conspires with her father’s mechanic, Webster, to train and compete.
But when her friends cast aspirations on Webster’s past, she realizes she may have trusted the wrong person with her secret. Will Alyce come up with the money on time, or will she have to choose between her hasty promise and the man who holds a piece of her heart?
A Home for My Heart
Sadie Sillsby loves her job as assistant to the matron at the Raystown Home for Orphan and Friendless Children. Day after day, she pours her energy into the boys and girls who live there even while dreaming of the day she’ll marry her beau, Blaine, and have a family of her own. But when the long-time matron of the home surprises everyone by announcing her engagement, Sadie finds herself next in line for the job.
Growing up as an orphan herself, Sadie isn’t quite sure she has what it takes to oversee all aspects of the home—financial, legal, and logistical. But there is an even bigger issue: the matron cannot be married. Can she abandon the place she loves to be the with the person she loves? Before she can make a decision toward one path or the other, the future of the home begins to look bleak. Will Sadie be able to turn things around before the home is forced to close its doors forever?
Have you read these? If so, which was your favorite? If not, which one sounds like you’d enjoy it most?