C. M. Newman
C. M. Newman enjoys her privacy and doesn't enjoy writing essays about herself. She does hope you enjoy her work, though, and hopes to publish her new novel, TUCK, in 2015.
Summary for TUCK:
In this new Christian romance, Abby Thorne unexpectedly loses her husband, Jesse, to suicide. Needing to get away from her hometown of Denver to avoid the stares and nosy neighbors and so she can start afresh, she leaves her father behind and flees to her family's long-neglected cabin high in the Rockies on the shore of quiet, quaint Tuck-In Lake. It's the only special place she can think of that doesn't harbor memories of her husband of ten years. But alongside other developments, like a renewed though strained relationship with God, Abby finds that her beloved childhood summer home is not the kind of escape she had expected.
While trying her best to find out who she is without Jesse and just why he was taken away from her, Abby befriends Jack Howell, her new loner neighbor and furniture maker. His questionable choices have combined forces with his wrathful ex-wife to keep him from meeting his now four-year-old daughter. As Jack's friendship with Abby transforms into something deeper thanks to an unforeseen chemistry, he repeatedly reminds himself that Abby is nowhere near ready for someone new. While he waits for Abby--usually with patience--he recognizes the fact that he isn't ready to move forward, either. He has other things to take care of first, so he seeks guidance in all aspects of his life gone so astray.
As Abby revisits her faith and learns how to talk to God in a new way, she shares her feelings and findings with Jesse, deepening their unlikely bond. In developing a friendship based on understanding, honesty, and faith, Abby and Jack unwittingly form the foundation for a life together outside of Tuck. The rare trust between them and in God will be exactly what they need when everything finally falls into place.
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by C. M. Newman
Vince, a single father, is diagnosed with terminal cancer when he already has far too much to worry about. He debates how to use his remaining time. He knows he needs to spend more time with his son, but he also finds room for romance with his longtime partner, Angela. Together they take a journey of love and faith that teaches them the true meaning of grace amidst turmoil.
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