April Bradshaw


April Bradshaw has enjoyed creating stories from the time she was a child and wove tales for her little sister after lights-out in the bedroom they shared.

In her early 20's, Ms. Bradshaw schooled the children of missionaries in an Aboriginal community located in the Northern Territory of Australia. Later, she home schooled her own children from the beginning of their education to their completion of high school. She holds a bachelor's degree in nutrition, which was best put to use in lecturing her children to eat their vegetables.

Ms. Bradshaw writes about what she knows— relationships, family, music, country life... Each book intertwines biblical Christian values with its characters and themes.

The author is a native Oregonian who lives with her husband in Virginia. They have four children and a standard poodle named Daisy who thinks she’s the fifth.

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Price: $4.99 USD. Words: 55,900. Language: English. Published: November 3, 2013. Categories: Fiction » Christian » Romance
Where did Holly disappear to? Does she really believe God told her to leave him and their little girl? What do her disconcerting visions mean? Will wants his wife back and he’s willing to do whatever it takes to reconcile with her. But where does the young widow fit into the picture? Can he keep his heart from getting involved when he offers his help? Is the new pastor truly a man of God?
Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 76,130. Language: English. Published: July 24, 2013. Categories: Fiction » Christian » Romance
Jenny isn’t safe anymore. Her politician father has enemies and now she's a target. Assigned a bodyguard who is stern and intimidating, will friendship spring from so unlikely a place? God is his stronghold; will he become hers? Adventure in the outback, growing affection for one who perhaps isn’t as unfeeling as he first seemed... Jenny discovers love and security where she least expected it.

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apostate    australia    bodyguard    christian    divorce    drama    fiction    politics    remarriage    romance    women    womens