Worthy Of Redemption
It’s finally happening! The day I have dreamt about for years is finally just a month a way. For those not on social media, Worthy of Redemption, the book I’ve been working on for over five years, is releasing on October 5, 2021.
The past few weeks have been spent finalizing edits, cover design, book formatting, registering on various distribution sites, setting up promotions, and trying to get the word out. I’m exhausted but so exhilarated. I had to re-read Heath and Ashlynn’s story many times, and I cannot wait for you guys to (hopefully) fall in love with them as much I have. I’ll probably update more around or on release date (possibly with a giveaway!) so keep an eye out both here and social media. Until then, enjoy this blurb for the book, and make sure to check out the pre-order links below!
Ashlynn Wilson left the small town of White Lake, Texas after tragedy struck on graduation night, taking the life of her best friend Victoria. Now, ten years later, she returns to help her parents after her father is diagnosed with cancer. When she arrives she finds herself having to face more than just memories after she discovers that the doctor treating her father is Victoria’s former boyfriend Heath Lancaster, the man Ashlynn holds responsible for her death. Even more surprising is that she is beginning to see him as a compassionate man of faith caring for her ill father; not the teenage boy who made poor decisions.
Heath Lancaster has never really forgiven himself for his girlfriend’s death so he isn’t surprised that his former classmate hasn’t either. Now that Ashlynn is back in town, he hopes their interactions can be minimal. However, when a situation arises that she is uniquely qualified for, he realizes they are going to be spending far more time together than either one of them had planned. What’s more, he realizes he enjoys her company. As old hurts turn into friendship, and maybe even love, can Heath prove to them both that he’s a man worthy of redemption?
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