Ty would give anything for a
chance to make things right.
years ago, he made some bad choices that wrecked his life, hurt his
wife, and ruined their future together. But since then, his heart has
changed. He's tried to become a more honorable man. A trustworthy man a
woman like Winter could count on. And he’s never forgotten her.
Is a second chance possible for them?
Not if Winter has anything to say about it.
manages her past by hiding it. Avoids Coeur d’Alene like the flu. When
a last-minute speaking engagement becomes available in Ty’s hometown,
she digs in her heels.
What if he shows up at the conference?
What if she can’t handle seeing him again?
talks about God’s ability to radically change people’s lives, but when
an honest-to-goodness transformed man—not to mention, a very handsome
one—stands right in front of her, will she believe what she sees?
what she can’t forget?
Winter's Past Book Trailer:
Storm (Book 2)
Sometimes doing what's right ...
turns out wrong.
for a pastor.
has become suspicious of her husband’s 24/7 devotion to his
congregation. The late-night phone calls. Long absences. Unexplained
Chad staying away from her on purpose? Has
he fallen out of love?
dreams of forever seem to be crumbling. She’s lonely. Imagining what
he’s doing. Who he might be with.
she wonders … … If
I leave will he even notice?
growing congregation requires his constant attention. Being devoted to
the community is the only pastoral route he knows—the example his
father set. But he’s also aware of how he’d counsel a couple going
through a marriage crisis.
makes him take another look.
neglected my own wife?
What can a pastor do when he’s
the one in need of help?
Dream (Book 3)
Josh left to follow his dream.
came back to follow his heart.
made some bad choices. Leaving his wife for a five-year road trip as a
musician was his worst decision ever. And now, making amends may prove
harder than he imagined.
But when he sees her again …
… feels the heart-stopping attraction between them,
… how can he convince her that he’s sincere?
Summer’s been busy raising their daughter. Alone.
runs the family business. Oversees a crew. Helps Josh’s ailing aunt and
uncle. Has been doing just fine on her own without a man.
But Shua wants to meet her father.
How can Summer get beyond the hurts of their past? Josh professes to
know God. Says he’s a changed man.
But he left once. Can she trust him to stay? Should she?
Break (Book 4)
Autumn becomes a prayer warrior …
… for her husband’s return,
… for their marriage to be restored.
been stuck on a merry-go-round of grief over not being able to have
children and of hurt feelings toward Gar. Even so, she would never
choose for him to leave.
He’s churning in midlife angst.
Overreacting to everything.
sick of fertility testing. Outraged about getting fired. Consumed with
guilt over things that shouldn’t have happened. When problems escalate
between him and Autumn, he packs his bag. Another overreaction?
In his absence …
… new challenges inspire her.
she still wants things to work out between them. When a friend
encourages her to pray for her marriage like she’s in a battle, she
does. But will that be enough to bring Gar home?
he returns …
Flame (Book 5)
thought he had it all.
Pulpit ministry, thriving church, happy marriage.
Until he gets a rude wake-up call.
church attendance falls, the building goes into foreclosure, and the
town gossips fabricate stories about him, he hits rock bottom—a place a
pastor doesn’t want to be.
He even hides his despair …
… from his wife.
Or so he thinks.
of conflicts, tired of Max’s mood swings, when Season hears about a
winter marriage conference, she signs them up. This is their chance to
reconnect. Maybe to fall in love again. Is that too much for her to
She’s determined to go to the retreat …
… even if Max refuses.
But how can she commit to renewing her efforts in their relationship …