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Arms of Freedom by Kathleen Neely

  Arms of Freedom With each page of the age-old journals, Annie discovers all that unites her with a woman who once lived in her farmhouse. One lived with wealth and one with poverty, but both knew captivity. Both longed to be free.  Miriam yearns to escape her life as a super model. She drops the pseudonym and uses the name she gave up years ago—Annie Gentry. Then she alters her appearance and moves to rural South Carolina to care for her grandmother. Can she live a simple life without recognition? Can she hide a net worth valued in the millions? Love is nowhere in her plans until she meets a man who wants nothing more than Annie Gentry and the simple life he lives. Charlotte lived in the same farmhouse in the tumultuous 1860’s. The Civil War was over, but for a bi-racial girl, freedom remained elusive. She coveted a life where she wouldn’t bring shame to her family. A life where she could make a difference. As she experiences hope, will it be wrested from her? The journals st

No Longer A Captive by Carol James

  A Note from Zoe:   Zoe James here. I want to introduce you to my author, Carol James. She writes Redemptive Romance, and she has a new book out entitled No Longer a Captive . You can read all about it below. You can also connect with her on social media. But, if you REALLY want to know what goes on behind the scenes in my author’s life, follow me and two of my friends on Instagram at 3DogsandTheirAuthors. Book Blurb: When Ethne O’Connor's brother, Sean, tells her of father’s unexpected death, he asks her to do something she promised herself she’d never do. Come back home.   A victim of childhood abuse, Ethne left her father and the small Texas town of Crescent Bluff ten years ago on the night of her high school graduation. She's determined to end the cycle of abuse and believes the only way to do that is remain single. If she has no husband, she'll never have children that can be abused.   Then she meets Daniel Spenser, a handsome doctor with chocolate-kiss eyes

Meet the author: Carol James

  October 1: Meet the Author Author Interview What was the most surprising thing you learned about yourself as you wrote this book? No Longer a Captive was never a story I intended to write. It deals with overcoming childhood abuse. I heard a woman speak about growing up in a home with an abusive father who is a hero to the town where they lived but a monster to his family. I felt drawn to write about this, but didn’t think I could. I had no personal experience with abuse. I grew up in a loving home. As I was sitting in church one Sunday, our pastor said the following, “Unforgiveness is a prison.” I knew then that, whether or not I felt able, I was being nudged to write a book about overcoming abuse. I might not have experienced abuse, but I knew all about forgiving and failing to forgive. The one thing I learned is that even though I felt unqualified, all God was asking of me was obedience, and He’d do the rest.   What was the best money you ever spent for your writing care

Meet the author - Kristen Joy Wilks

  What was the most surprising thing you learned about yourself as you wrote this book? My main character is a helper and she is always "helping" people far more than they really want. She has a habit of purchasing new pets for folks that are impractical to their living circumstances, such as circus donkey's or bald rats. Through the course of the story, she learns that her help really does come from the Lord. While I would never purchase a bald rat for an unwilling pet owner, I discovered that I show others that I care by cooking for them. Strangely, some folks don't care about food and so I realized that just like Shelby and her bald rats, there are times I need to find new ways to show my love. Were you an avid reader as a child? What did you read? I loved to read as a girl and devoured Black Stallion books and Nancy Drew mysteries at light speed! How does your faith affect your writing? My faith helps me to create a believable inner story arc for my characters as

Island Charm by Audrey Wick

  When Anna Worthington's twin sister gets jilted by her fiancĂ©, Anna steps in with a plan for a girls' Key West getaway instead of a honeymoon trip. Yet when her twin has her own crisis of commitment and doesn't board the plane, Anna finds herself on a romantic getaway that she's forced to navigate alone. Gunnar Lockhart, whose specialty is island tourism, is the perfect match for helping Anna complete her vacation bucket list, but time together forges a connection more personal than either anticipate. As they make island memories, Anna has to untangle her mixed emotions. Are her feelings toward Gunnar real? Or like her sister's wedding day, has this connection been doomed from the start?   Now, here’s an exclusive excerpt to give everyone a sneak peek. This scene focuses on a bucket list that the main character has to complete as the novel unfolds.   Anna threw back the covers and swung her legs to the side of the mattress. As she stood, a slip of paper peered at