A Thankful Love (A Richards Family Short)

Divorced. Pregnant. Alone.

Maya Richards might be divorced and pregnant, but this Thanksgiving will be full of blessings.

Jake Rivers has had ten years to prove to Maya he's a man worthy of her love. Now is the time to convince her to love again. More

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About K. Victoria Chase

K. Victoria Chase enjoys writing passionately clean romance novels. She earned degrees in Criminal Justice and Diplomacy and worked as a federal law enforcement officer for several years before deciding to try her hand at writing a complete novel. Today, K. Victoria Chase is an Amazon bestselling author both in the US and the UK.

K. Victoria Chase was first published in 2012 by an small e-publishing house. In 2013, she independently released her first novel and fell in love with self-publishing. As an “indie” author, K. Victoria Chase has the freedom to work hand-in-hand with vetted industry professionals (cover artists, editors, formatters) to produce a quality product her readers will love. She also has the freedom to experiment with various marketing platforms and selling tactics to reach more readers with timeless romance stories.

Why interracial romance? K. Victoria Chase grew up reading Christian romance that featured cookie-cutter heroes and heroines. She remembers receiving one novel from her mother with a minority female heroine on the cover; they were just too hard to find on the shelves of local Christian bookstores. The church consists of a variety of individuals who look different, but all experience the same emotions. K. Victoria Chase wanted to feature relatable characters in realistic stories that everyone–not just a small segment of consumers–would enjoy reading.

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