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Two new releases from Mary Manners

Mary Manners has two new books out! And I for one can't wait to read them. They are sat on my kindle eagerly awaiting my attention.


Hearts Renewed:
Isabella Carpenter spends her days soothing souls as a radio host on the local Christian station. Her witty charm and bright outlook on life hide the fact that in her heart, she still struggles with tragic events of her past.
Sam Holman's sister was kidnapped and murdered. The single, unspeakable event ripped his family apart as the murderer was set free on a technicality. Consumed by anger, Sam is determined to use his position as a state prosecutor to avenge the murder.
When Sam and Izzy cross paths, their lives are forever changed. Izzy's determined to show Sam there's life after loss, happiness following tragedy, and her five-year-old son, Tucker, is only part of the story.

Labor of Love:
Addy Shaw lost her husband to a heart attack only months after they bought their dream house in the country. Together, they had plans to turn the hundred acre ranch into something profitable. But now, Addy's heart feels as barren and raw as the unworked land that surrounds her. Angry and bitter, Addy is determined to never let anyone close enough to make her hurt again.
Jace Baldwin gave up his quest for the perfect eight-second ride after an accident nearly claimed his life. He's turned his sights to ranching, and, at only thirty-six, is considered one of the youngest experts in the horse industry. Jace spends his days working his family's land and wondering how he might acquire the rich and untapped neighboring land from elusive Addy Shaw.
When an unexpected turn of events leads Jace to Addy's doorstep, he's torn. Helping her turn her land to the good will mean bypassing the sale he desires. But Addy's need and that of her son, Garrett, waken tenderness in Jace's heart that he cannot deny. And when Addy confides in Jace a troubling secret held tight to her heart, he wonders whether the turn of events will bring him and Addy closer together or shatter any hope they might have for a future, together.



Comments

Mary said…
Thanks so much for hosting me, Clare!i pray 5hese stories are a blessing to nany.
Carlene Havel said…
Yummy-sounding stories!
Susan Johnson said…
These books sound great. I have loved all of Mary's books that I have read.
Delia Latham said…
Mary always does it right! Looking forward to these books.
LoRee Peery said…
Double the pleasure. Praise the Lord for bringing your thoughts to the minds of readers. Blessings!
Susan Mason said…
Congrats, Mary on your double release!! Wishing you many sales!
Sue
marilyn leach said…
Mary, I posted your Labor.. book on my FB. Thanks for being on Clare's page. Hope all who read it will be blessed. Cheers
Both look wonderful, Congrats Mary!
Good luck and God's blessings
PamT
Kelly Goshorn said…
Congrats on the double release! Wishing you much success!
Raquel Byrnes said…
Always love sweet stories with kids involved. Congratulations on your release! :)

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