(Gems of Grace, Book 1)
A gentle clergyman. A broken prostitute.
A blossoming love that will endanger both their lives…
Forced into depravity by her tyrannous guardian after her parents’ death, Ruby’s life is one of vile deeds and violence. Unable to remember much of life outside the brothel’s walls, years of despair and abuse have crushed all hope of ever breaking free from her captor’s iron grip.
Until an unlikely encounter with Henry, a gentle country clergyman, sets an escape in motion that will change both their lives. But when Ruby’s worst fears are realized, the uncommon pair will face more devastation than either thought possible.
As the dawning of a new life of peace and love is ripped from her grasp, Ruby discovers that true freedom has a high cost…
…but who will have to pay?
2021 Readers’ Favorite Honorable Mention Award Winner (Historical Christian Romance)
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(Gems of Grace, Book 2)
A duty-bound heir. A dejected spinster.
An encounter that could ruin both their families’ demands for their futures…
Pearl Acton’s worst fears are coming true. She’ll be trapped in a loveless marriage—just like her parents—as her family seeks to quickly marry her off to the wealthy Mr. Clarence. Until an encounter with a quiet and soulful heir sparks a fragile hope that somehow Pearl might aid her family and marry for love.
Nicholas Dalton has always been a disappointment to his father, with his poetic soul and disorganised nature. In London for the season, Nicholas finds an instant connection with Pearl, but it would seem her future is promised to another. Or might she feel the same as he?
As Pearl and Nicholas each strive to uphold their family duties, they soon discover that things aren’t quite what they seem. But is it too late to escape their crushing obligations and forge a new path — together?
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(Gems of Grace, Book 3)
She’s used to being alone. He can’t get away from his guilty conscience.
Will an arranged marriage help them heal, or force them to confront long-hidden truths and new depths of despair?
Five years ago, Beryl Haywood was crippled in an accident that claimed two lives. Since then, reading and painting have been the only companions to/in her long, lonely days.
Frederick Sinclair is struggling to adapt to normality after returning from the French battlefields. A hefty weight of guilt and regret weighs on him, taunting him that he’ll never be free from it.
As the newlyweds begin to wonder if love might lie ahead, a startling discovery shakes them each to the core, threatening to snatch away the future they’d begun to hope they might share…