Welcome to Andauk. A church in this small Ohio town has been trying to establish a young adult ministry for many years. Finally, one woman thinks she has the perfect idea and the perfect pair of young adults to lead it, Ruth Ziebert and Gabriel Chadwick.
Ruth is pretty sure this team is not a good idea. Gabriel wants to work with Ruth whether it's a bad idea or not.
A college study group. A classic love triangle. Annie is trying to get one guy's attention while shaking off another. Maybe if she brings her little brothers on a date, he'll get the idea that they'll only ever be friends. Or maybe he doesn't give up that easily.
The Study Group is a short story prequel to They See a Family, a Christian romance.
Wisherton is surrounded by a Wasteland filled with terrifying Herders. Sevra Say has lived twelve years grateful for the giant wall that keeps Wisherton safe. But now her life is threatened by something inside Wisherton, something that makes her believe getting past the wall may be the only way to save her family.
Molly’s friends think she should be dating her friend Daniel. Molly’s mom thinks they’ll make the perfect couple. And Daniel’s young daughter thinks they should just hurry up and get married already.
It might not be that simple though.
Not Complicated is a Christian romance and the fourth book in the Coffee and Donuts series.
Angel Melling is determined to find a husband. The long held goal has recently morphed into an obsession. Will Angel find a guy who meets all the criteria for her happily ever after? Collecting Zebras is a clean romance.
Where does an extreme introvert draw the line between being lonely and being left alone? One quirky college student is looking for the answer in the 4th floor lounge.
Her goals are simple: make one or two good friends and avoid talking to everyone else. Achieving those goals will not be easy for this gorgeous yet socially awkward heroine.
Tammy Janeway is having some issues. Evan Knightly is at the root of all of them. Of course it’s not his fault that she has a massive crush on him. But she can’t even be sure he deserves her adoration. One minute he’s undeniably sweet and charming, the next he acts like a creep.
Tammy is tired of feeling like a nervous teenager in her professional life. She knows she’s making a fool of herself in