Experience the miracles of redemption in the Grace Revealed Series.
Best friends—maybe more—until addiction shatters everything.
Will Andrew allow the hand of grace to redeem his legacy of addiction, or will he and Jamie both remain casualties of heartbreak?
A novel for those who like Christian Fiction that dives into first love and second chances, romance and redemption.
“The characters are all impressively multifaceted, engaging with complex emotional strains and difficult issues of allegiance….Rodewald proves to be a formidable new voice.” -Publisher’s Weekly
“Powerful novel of healing and hope.” –Carrie Booth Schmidt, ReadingIsMySuperPower.org
The dark places in life have taught her this much—some things simply cannot be forgiven.
Falling in love with a woman who keeps secrets is dangerous all on its own. But when Cheryl finally tells Brock what she’s never told anyone else…no wonder she is the way she is. It would take a miracle to heal that wound, and a love bigger than Brock had ever imagined to walk with her through the process.
He thought he’d found the thrill of his life; she, the romance she hadn’t dared to hope for. Falling in love had been easy. Being married? Totally different story.
Hope for a broken marriage. Healing for their wounded spirits. It would take both to find evergreen. Are they brave enough to try?
“ Redemption and forgiveness are hard fought in this story, with raw emotion bleeding from the page. Finding Evergreen is highly deserving of the investment of time and emotion!” –RelzReviews
Spend some time in Big Prairie where small town meets big faith.
Witness the beauty of family, faith, and redemption in the Murphy Brothers Stories.
And the stand alone (I particularly love this story, just so you know.)
The quest for identity consumes her. How far is she willing to go to discover who she is?
Sarah’s quest for self-definition becomes more tangled than she ever imagined, and she discovers that the journey will take her deeper than clothes and makeup. Filling the void in her heart becomes an obsession she cannot escape.
“Every woman who has ever felt like she wasn’t pretty enough… or smart enough … or creative enough… or just enough needs needs NEEDS to read The Carpenter’s Daughter.” –Carrie Schmidt, Reading Is My SuperPower