Kate Dunbar puts 100% into everything she does—a career as a literary agent, a mom of preschool twins, and the wife of Ryan Dunbar, a criminal defense attorney. She appears to have the perfect life, until it begins to crumble piece by piece—her marriage, her health, and her job.
Kate and Ryan both harbor secrets that threaten their marriage. Can they mend their broken family? How will Parkinson’s affect their future? For better or worse, for richer or poorer, in sickness and in health, forsaking all others. Every vow they spoke eight years ago is being tested. Can they survive the storm?
With each page of the age-old journals, Annie discovers all that unites her with a woman who once lived in her farmhouse. One lived with wealth and one with poverty, but both knew captivity. Both longed to be free.
Miriam yearns to escape her life as a super model. She drops the pseudonym and uses the name she gave up years ago—Annie Gentry. Then she alters her appearance and moves to rural South Carolina to care for her grandmother. Can she live a simple life without recognition? Can she hide a net worth valued in the millions?
Charlotte lived in the same farmhouse in the tumultuous 1860’s. The Civil War was over, but for a bi-racial girl, freedom remained elusive. She coveted a life where she wouldn’t bring shame to her family. A life where she could make a difference. As she experiences hope, will it be wrested from her? Did she ever find freedom?
Mallory Carter receives a call that her sister has died, leaving behind a son, the son Mallory gave up at the tender age of seventeen. When her family pressures her to raise Samuel, she agrees, despite the fact that he’s unaware of their true relationship.
Samuel’s uncle, handsome architect Brady Donaldson, welcomes Mallory to the family, but she doesn’t know how much she can trust him. Mallory holds secrets that could ruin her new life. As threats surface from Mallory’s past, the relationship she is building with her son is endangered. Will she lose Samuel a second time?
Law Student, Trisha Mills befriends Adda, a street musician who was once a bestselling recording artist. She cannot overlook the injustices of the record company and convinces Adda to seek restitution. How could Trisha know that her involvement would impact her upcoming wedding?
First place winner for fiction in Almost An Author’s Fresh Voices Contest.
Nathan Drummond had a successful career as a mystery writer. When family responsibilities force him to return home, he finds himself much too close to a painful memory from his youth. Will his new novel provide the therapy needed or will it expose his darkest secret?
I’m Kathleen Neely, but please call me Kathy. My active mind makes up stories and God opens doors to allow me to share those with you. I hope you enjoy reading them as much as I enjoyed writing. If you’re interested in a little of my story, you can find that on my About page.
An Easter Message If you have read my book titled Beauty for Ashes, you know that it is a story about Nathan and Angie; about debilitating guilt and the far-reaching consequences of actions. The title comes from Isaiah 61 where the prophet shares God’s promise to...
Hello Readers, Once again, I've been invited to join a multi-author giveaway with some incredible authors. I'm happy to give you this opportunity to participate. See the books available and instructions for how to be a winner. Thanks for participating. Here is the...
April is the designate month for Parkinson’s Awareness. I typically do a post to bring readers a better understanding of the disease. This year, instead of a post, I bring you a novel. Though the Mountains Be Shaken is a story of Kate, a protagonist with a troubled...
The Lord your God is in your midst, a mighty one who will save,
He will rejoice over you with gladness;
He will quiet you by His love;
He will exult over you with loud singing.