I believe in stories with a bit of humor, a bit of heartache, and characters who resonate in your mind long after the book is closed. I wanted to create a series with events that make you nod with an I've-done-that grin and characters you'd like to sit with on the porch swing and pass a few lemonade-laced hours.
Eccentric Aunt Ula ditches the Lutheran Ladies crowded car to National Convention for a train trip to her past. She’s collecting pieces of her life. Her story of “running away” at sixteen is molded by a deeply human cast of characters as she struggles to grow up under the cloud of WWII, strict nuns and the cussing pipe fitters. She soon discovers what’s “over and done” doesn’t always stay that way
Three women are forced to live together.
One is looking for normal
One is a charming nutcase.
One is Manager-in-training for the Universe.
Which one will end up in handcuffs?
Lutheran Ladies: New, Improved & 30% Sassier
Vera Henley has been plucking the strings of the Lutheran Ladies Circle for years; now everything has unraveled. A new, young pastor is altering traditions, and the independent Circle women are cheering the changes—all except for Vera. When her high-maintenance, crazy aunt introduces even more rebellion and chaos, Vera must choose which loose thread of change to pluck—and which to let go.