Spectacular, Powerful Read ** Swiftly paced romantic suspense ** Vividly sketched characters ~The Prairies Book Reviews

An engrossing romantic thriller with an infusion of Christian ideals that makes this perfect for anyone looking for an exciting, but ultimately uplifting, read. ~Literary Titans

No Greater Love (John 15:13)

Amanda’s life was planned. She knew her future, the future laid out for her because she was the heiress to Cragge Automotive. Until one night when she was left for dead.

Ryker had walked away and out of Amanda’s life eight years ago. Now, he’s back and he’s a changed man.

As the threats against Amanda continue, will she accept help from the only man she’s ever loved and who left Otter Bay without explanation? Is the wall she built around her heart big enough to keep Ryker out?

As a trained Army Ranger, Ryker is going to have to use his skills if he wants to keep the only woman he's ever loved alive.

Redemption changed him. Redemption calls her.

A Gospel centered story about the power of God's love and redemption.

★★★★★ Readers' Favorite
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In this prequel to the Otter Bay Series, you'll meet Captain Kane Danvers and Mia.

Cpt. Danvers began his career in Boston as a detective with the undercover gang unit. He wants a future with Mia and wants to walk away from it all to be with her. However, there's one last thing he needs to do... Save Mia!

And Kane would give his life to keep the woman he loves safe from the life he's trying to leave behind in Boston.

Mia Logandale wants to raise her brother and keep him safe, even at the cost of her heart.

But plans can change in an instant!

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"Now after John had been taken into custody, Jesus came into Galilee,
preaching the gospel of God, and saying, “The time is fulfilled, and the kingdom of God is at hand;
repent and believe in the gospel."
Mark 1:14-15 NASB '95