Believe in Me

Rated 4.00/5 based on 2 reviews
Reconciliations can occur. Broken hearts can be mended. If you believe…

A soon-to-be divorced woman heads home for the holidays, reconnects with an old boyfriend, and finds that broken hearts can be mended. More

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About Mishael Witty

Mishael Austin Witty was born in Kentucky in 1977. She completed her undergraduate work at the alma mater of Pearl S. Buck and went on to obtain a M.A. in psychology from the University of Louisville.

In 2005, her flash fiction work, "Today You Will Be With Me," won an Editor's Choice award and was published in the Faithwriters anthology, A Year of Celebration.

Ms. Witty self-published her first novel, Unyoked (formerly titled Shadows of Things to Come), in 2007. It is now available as a Kindle download. She is currently working on the sequel.

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Review by: Bruce Carroll on Jan. 25, 2015 :
Usually, I do not read romance novels, but from the very first pages "Believe in Me" got me hooked. I loved the cat-and-mouse play between Trina and Kurt, and I admit the twists and turns surprised me. Of course, since this isn't my usual fare, I can't promise it will surprise most readers.

All in all, it had a most satisfying conclusion; a bit rushed, perhaps, but most satisfying. If I have a complaint about this book, it is that the font changes for no apparent reason. Both the font itself and the point size change throughout the novella many times. I had thought these changes might indicate a change in the point of view, but it appears to be a glitch. I hope this will be corrected in future editions.

Well done, Mishael Austin Witty!
(reviewed 3 days after purchase)

Review by: Diana Montgomery on April 13, 2013 :
I liked the cover of your book! The story was well thought out. A cute love story about trust. As I read this I thought of so many people out there that has this same story. Trina felt betrayed by her husband Walt and her sister Tammy. What can one little kiss do to a relationship. Then throw in a x boyfriend who wants to take advantage of the situation. Can this marriage be put back together? I'm gonna let you read it and find out. Keep up the writing Mishael.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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