Monday, December 9, 2013

Another Dover Romance On the Way

Time to schedule a trip down south. You’re invited back to Dover, Mississippi this March for another story about the Durrant family. This romance is for the middle brother, Tyler, a Dallas police officer wounded in the line of duty, and Ginger Sloan a widow who longs for a safe place to raise her son.
            You’ll meet Ty’s mentor, Dover Police Chief Brady Reynolds, and many other Dover residents as the church comes together to help a needy family. The Durrants are back too. Parents, Angie and Tom, Matt and Shelby and the kids, Cassidy and Kenny, (Rekindled Romance), and Laura and Adam Holbrook (Restoring His Heart)play a part in the story too.
           Ty and Ginger must overcome many obstacles before declaring their feelings. Dover in January can change from hot to cold in a moment, just like the up and down relationship between Ty and Ginger. Make your plans to stop by Dover in March and let Ginger and Ty share their journey to happiness with you.

Protecting the Widow’s Heart – Love Inspired March 2014

                           To Love and Protect
Ginger Sloan’s had enough of heartache. She just wants a peaceful place where she and her son can start over and feel safe. Getting stranded in a Lakeside cabin outside Dover, Mississippi, isn’t part of her plan. Then again, neither is falling for the cabin’s handsome owner. Injured on the job, detective Tyler Durrant retreats to his cabin to heal. He’s shocked to find the single mom  and her son there. And surprised at the way Ginger affects his heart. For the first time in years, he has hope for the future, but can he convince Ginger that she can find a safe haven in his arms.

            Book #3 - Home to Dover series - A small town with a big heart

1 comment:

  1. Lorraine, your book was endearing, and the obstacles in Ty and Ginger's path could only be overcome when each faced the Master's plan in their own life and realized their divine calling apart from each other. I am a Christian retired school teacher who taught creative writing to many 4th graders and I would teach the same thing to them - there has to be a problem and the problem drives the story along with all those ed action verbs. I totally enjoyed your book "Protecting the Widow's Heart". It is my favorite so far of the almost 20 Love Inspired books I have read. Keep writing. How about having an unlikely deep wise Christian come along side one of your struggling characters as a constant reminder of who the Character is in Christ and share God's wisdom with the character. This happens with Christians as God sends His love and light through others who come along side.