Tuesday, May 19, 2020

Cascade Award Finalist for my Whidbey Island Novel!

This is very exciting! My Whidbey Island novel just finaled in the 2020 Cascade Award contest! Congratulations to all the finalists. Thank you to Oregon Christian Writers for all the hard work of running this contest. Here's a link with the list! 

I'm especially thrilled because my Bainbridge Island novel won the Selah Award in 2019. 

Here's more information about Finding Love on Whidbey Island, Washington. 

Finding Love on Whidbey Island, Washington

Could what drove them apart be what draws them back together?

Liberty Winfield lives with loss every day. She’d rather leave her history behind her, but when faced with moving back to her hometown, the past becomes unavoidable. She takes a job at the florist shop owned by her ex-boyfriend’s family from a decade ago. Now he’s unavoidable.

Clay Garrison knows the pain of ruing his mistakes. Most of his regrets center around Liberty. If he could undo his poor choices, he would. Liberty is back. He has one more chance to make things right. She doesn’t believe anyone could love her unconditionally, so he sets out to prove her wrong. He must also try to right the biggest wrong of their past, knowing that in doing so, he could lose her forever.

Will addressing the past together help them find love?

You can read it free if  you subscribe to Kindle Unlimited, or it's $3.99 in e-book format, or $12.99 paperback. Enjoy!

Click over to my website to read a free preview. 

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