Arie Hill is no one of great consequence. She started writing at age thirty, and realized two years later that maybe, just maybe, this is what God called her to do with this life. She is thoroughly (and disgustingly, if you ask the people that know her) in love with her husband Daniel, and their daughter Emily is the gift God gave them. On any given day, you’ll find Arie at home stretching her brain as far as it will go.
Each with a tainted past, each questioning the choices they’ve made and the future they’d settled for. Will God answer the desires of their hearts, or have they gone so far afield, He’s stopped listening?
Ravished My Heart is the conclusion of the Y
How did Shiloh Patterson function in a world where his father suddenly became relevant, but is no longer around?
How can Meitra Young start over when she’s lost so much?
Josh Culpepper wants to win Meitra over. Hopefully, he doesn’t screw it up.
Wyatt Young is questioning every choice he’s ever made. Was this the freedom he wanted all along?
Will anyone find the courage to Come Home?
Freya Montrose is unsatisfied with how her life has developed. The funny thing about change is it’s not always in the direction you planned on heading. This is book two of the Your Mess Is Mine Series, but can be read as a stand-alone.
Everyone asks questions of God, but are we willing to accept the answer? Will God take our mistakes and turn them into something good? Are we willing to trust Him when He says, "Your mess is mine"? Evelyn, Shiloh, and Isaiah are all about to find out.