Josephine David suffers from chronic wanderlust. She resides on a road between two cities, and very rarely ever leaves home with an determined destination in mind. Because her desire to be a citizen of adventure has yet to align with her pocketbook, Josephine learned early that textual travel is affordable, convenient, and limitless.
She is a Christian fan of romance novels, and though her life seems to be filled with contradictions, she thinks many people out there can relate to someone who sometimes falls, but trusts that God is always there pick them up. Josephine may not be ready to settle down, but the roots of her faith are as strong and resilient as those of a mesquite tree. She believes that Jesus is the son of God; that he died and rose on the third day; and is currently at the right hand of God, in constant prayer for her. Her novels address the romantic issues that modern Christians face, with dashes of the fantasy, escapism, and hope that makes us enjoy romances.
The experiences, resolution, and faith that made her choose her nom de plume - based on troubles gotten in to, out of, and pending - is what has caused her to hold out for the right man, despite having to navigate a sea filled with the wrong ones. A firm believe that divinely appointed love is a reflection of the love of The Only Divine is why Josephine Tenacity David decided to become a romance writer.
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Smashwords book reviews by Josephine David
- Georgiana Darcy's Diary: Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice continued
on Oct. 24, 2012
This was a quick and delightful read. There are twists and turns that kept me reading to the end. Even though I always make sure I know the end of a book before I decide to read it, this novel had me utterly frustrated. I LOVED it! One minute, I was excitedly anticipating the outcome. And in the next, I was reeling and asking, "Wait! What happened here?" Well done. It's no Jane Austen, but it wonderfully Anna Elliott.