I thought I'd share the cover for the next title in the Love's Compass series:
This book will be released
November 7, 2016
More information and the pre-order coming soon!
Everyone needs a little rescuing from time to time. Sandy Nadeau's second novel released June 1, 2016 and is a Christian romance that deals with overcoming fear and unfounded guilt. Steve has to come to terms with feelings of guilt; while Ronnie has to deal with her fear of losing someone which won't allow her to love again. Get ready for some exciting adventures in the Colorado foothills and ride along with the firefighters and rescue workers. You'll experience a taste of mountain life and fall in love with the characters. Risking her life to save him is easy. Risking her heart to give him a second chance is impossible. After all, life is an adventure!
Sandy's first novel is an adventurous mystery. The title Red Gold continues to gain in popularity. It won the Clash of the Titles competition in April of 2014. Set at a guest ranch in the Colorado mountains, Mandy risks her life to save the life of a young guest at the ranch and solve the mystery of the Red Gold.
First Responder Ronnie Spencer has a no-dating firefighters rule. She lost her father to a fire, and won't risk the heartbreak of losing someone else. But when Steve McNeal returns, Ronnie's heart is tested. How can she swear-off dating a firefighter when she has to work with the one man she used to love?
When the unthinkable happens, Ronnie has doubts. How can a loving God allow tragedy to stalk her life again? As her faith wavers, Ronnie must decide. Will their blossoming relationship be quickly extinguished by the very thing she feared, or will Ronnie trust God and allow her heart to be rescued—even if that means giving it to a firefighter?
Sandy Nadeau loves to go on adventures, photograph them and equally loves to write about them. She and her husband did a lot of four-wheeling in the back country of Colorado and shared those experiences with others by taking them up in the mountains. Her writing experience includes a community news column in a small newspaper for twelve years, magazine articles and two novels with adventure, mystery, romance, but most importantly sharing God’s love. She is currently a member of the American Christian Fiction Writers. Married for 39 years, she and her husband are loving life as grandparents to their two grandchildren (and another due at the end of August) after the big move to Texas. Travel is their favorite thing to do and they don’t get to do it as often as they’d like. Adventure awaits around every corner, over every hill and mountain.
It's been just over two years since Calming the Storm was first released. I remember the nerves building as I watched it go live on Amazon, wondering if anyone would even want to read it. While it may not be a best seller, it's still one of my favorite stories and I'm thrilled to have been able to share it with so many other people.
In order to celebrate the second anniversary, I'm giving away copies of Calming the Storm. If you haven't read the book yet, I invite you to grab your free copy August 16th or 17th.
As always, I'm thankful to each of you for your support. I couldn't do this without you!
A marriage of convenience isn't exactly what she had in mind.
After a rocky start, Rachel Peters finally has her life on track. Then a tragic accident takes away her sister and leaves her to raise her niece, Kendra, alone. About to lose custody of her last blood relative, Rachel is desperate to prove she can adequately care for her niece. On the verge of running away to keep Kendra, a new friend offers Rachel an opportunity she can't refuse.
Brandon Barlow has long admired Rachel. When her world begins to fall apart, he feels led to help. A marriage of convenience would enable him to provide Rachel and Kendra with a stable place to live, proper health insurance, and a viable shot at staying together. Once Rachel gained full custody of her niece, the marriage could be annulled.
His plan provides the perfect solution, until Brandon realizes he's fallen in love with Rachel. Through love and patience, can he help Rachel realize that, even when she experiences storms in her life, she's never alone?