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Sustaining Grace - Series Book 3

Living in Wyoming, Justin and Grace Jureau own a Training Camp for high school and college students to prepare them for professional baseball. Grace has been recording her music and doing well commercially.

 

Over the years, they now have four children. The family is far from perfect, but perfectly happy together. 

 

The camp has a long waiting list due to its success and COVID restrictions. Grace’s mother, Natalia, lives in an apartment in the dormitory, where she is the camp’s Chef.

 

After a vasectomy, Grace is pregnant again. Justin has made a huge mistake in accusing her of having an affair. Can their relationship handle this latest tornado?

 

Available today on Amazon In EPUB, Soft Cover – Cover Art by Kayla Ridley

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Saving Grace - Series Book 1

Jaelynn and Kaelynn DepProvoue are twins who have been emancipated by their parents at the age of sixteen. Having sold their worldly possessions, the parents purchas a yacht to sail around the world.

The girls, start modeling professionally during their last year of school for the Farini Agency in Paris, France.

The agency turns out to be a front for illegal operations including human trafficking. One twin gets caught in the Farini's snare while the other un-knowingly escapes. As the years pass, one twin disappears. The other is frantic to find her.

 

Available today on Amazon In EPUB, Soft Cover – Cover Art by Kayla Ridley

Reviews

I didn’t want it to end!

Saving Grace is an entertaining tearjerker, full of mystery, suspense, and romance. Inspirational and heartwarming. I had a hard time putting it down! I hope there’s a sequel!

Grammashopper

May 4, 2020

A good story

I thought the author did a really good job handling a difficult subject matter; sex trafficking. All my questions weren't answered but that is because this is the first book in a trilogy. The beginning of the book moves the story along very quickly. I did shed some tears reading this book. It was hard not too.

sburiel

June 23, 2020

Good book

I really enjoyed this book!! The storyline was really good. I loved seeing how the sisters related to each other. The characters were very interesting and the storyline kept me going the whole way through. I would have liked to have seen what happened to the parents. The ending left me a little flat, but it was still good. This is a new author and this is her first book, I thought she did a great job!

Kindle Customer

April 21, 2020