Announcing Desire’s Promise

 

Desire's Promise

Exciting news! A Christmas Mosaic has been edited and expanded into Desire’s Promise.  Here’s the link: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01M4PPF38

This story pinpoints today’s problem of many Christian teens: marrying a godly mate. After they go to college, the majority of their dating pool is secular, which makes it hard to hold on to their Christian standards. And these days, the right person is harder to find than ever before.

Join Carlie and find out how she solves her problem. Here’s the blurb:

Carlie Livingston is steering into her last year of college in Oxford, Ohio, confident that she and Lance Holloway are headed to the altar after graduation. Those plans are wrecked, however, by her dad’s infidelity, causing her parents to walk through a messy divorce. Will she have the same fate if she marries her college sweetheart who comes from a secular family? Her mother insists she will.

She tests God’s Word by letting Him take the wheel of her life. But if God is in control, why are all her close relationships crumbling? Nothing makes sense.

Just when it appears hopeless, Clay McKinney two-steps into Carlie’s life, promising to provide everything she’s looking for. But if he’s God’s answer, why can’t her heart release Lance? Where will her final destination be on this journey of trust?

This is a short read that will give direction to those seeking a godly mate. Perfect for teens and young adults, including anyone who enjoys a story set on a college campus. Ebook format currently, but the paperback version will be available soon. It will make the perfect stocking stuffer for those special young people in your life.

Desire's Promise

 

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