Love's Beating Heart

Beaten by her boyfriend, Cat Majors is rescued by a Christian family whose beliefs seem foreign. She thinks herself in love with head of the family Sky and tries to win him from his wife. Meanwhile, her younger sister, Dena, runs away with a pregnant, abused friend; the girls land in serious danger. When Cat and Dena learn to trust God, they start finding needed answers. But will Cat find love? More

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Language: English
ISBN: 9781301394524
About Stephanie Parker McKean

Because my parents ran a roadside zoo, I’ve survived being mauled by an African lion; bitten by a poisonous snake and attacked by an insane miniature chimp. Fleeing childhood sexual abuse and two medically unsupervised backwoods abortions by the perpetrator, I lived under a bridge, painting signs in exchange for meals, and washing myself and my clothes in the river – even on the coldest days of winter.
What doesn’t make you bitter makes you better. You really can’t make lemonade without lemons.
And thank God, I’ve made the transition from atheist to Christian. My two favorite Bible verses are: in everything give thanks, and all things work together to good to them that love the LORD.
The worst day in my life was the day I lost my job; my mother died and I couldn’t make plans to attend her funeral because my husband was sent home from the hospital to die; our sheepdog died, and my truck caught on fire in downtown San Antonio, Texas. Things could only get better!
Thanks to Jesus, they have! I’m now married to Alan McKean, an author in his own right with the best-selling The Scent of Time and the soon-to-be-released The Scent of Home to his credit. We live in lovely Scotland with our rough collie, Angel Joy. My mystery-romance-suspense, Bridge to Nowhere, has been published by Sunpenny Publishing, the first of a series featuring forty-something Texan Miz Mike, whose attempts to mind her own business are foiled by her motto: “never let an adventure pass by unmolested.”

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