|Guess what–My daughter is officially entering the world of BOOKS, I turned in #5 to the publisher, and what I really wanted to tell you–a limited time special on my new release! This lost love letter story, the novel fuelled by copious episodes of Signed, Sealed, and Delivered, has gone from disastrous mess to a surprising finished story that ended up slipping into cracks of my heart I didn’t even want to admit were there. I’m so excited to show you what God has done with the story, with my heart, and its release is coming next month.
So for a short time, Baker Book House is graciously offering The Love Note at 40% off with free shipping… and a few little bonuses! (Details below.) Another cool thing–Baker ships it out as soon as it’s in the store, so there’s a good chance you’ll receive it before release day, and that makes me happy. <3 Just a reminder if you’re thinking about getting in on this deal–it’s only this month, September.
>>Get this deal here
I plan to pop on for a live video closer to launch date–so watch for that coming up!
|The Love Note
“If I should happen to fall in love, the outcome of such a plight depends, like any big fall, on who is there to catch you…”
Whoever wrote the stunning love letter abandoned in that old desk is more than worthy of the love he so desperately wants. The unknown individual writes with a devotion and authenticity Willa Duvall has never seen before—even after receiving three proposals herself. She’s determined to find the writer, reunite the couple, and deliver the unopened love letter to whoever it was meant for—as long as it isn’t too late.
When she arrives at Crestwicke to serve as nurse, there are more than physical wounds to heal. Not a single happily-ever-after exists in the chilly old tudor house by the sea, and Willa cannot imagine who among them might have written that letter. From shattered love stories to those still longing for theirs, the family living at Crestwicke is all about to experience Willa Duvall’s personal care–and the letter she’s snuck in with her.
“The quickest way to repair a broken heart is to use it.”
Nothing will be the same. She’ll make certain of it. I invite you to eavesdrop on the love stories of Crestwicke, with all their secrets and disappointments and unexpected victories. May you find pieces of your own longings reflected there, as well as a little healing for your heart. I hope it isn’t what you expect, but that you love it anyway.
“You, in particular, need to hear the entire story, and one day you’ll understand why. Lock the door and sit down.”