Where characters walk back and
forth between towns and lives
Friends Yet To Meet
Trust on the Precipice
A devastating tornado destroys portion of a family run camp, Haven Camps, two months before it’s scheduled to open for the season. When clearing debris from two of the cabin sites, human remains are found. Who or why is unknown as no one in the area has been reported missing in the last fifteen years. Corin O’Rourke is a home restorer/renovator moved to town and just starting up business. His college friend, Nigel Lawson, is one of the owners of the camp, along with his sister, Caralee, and their parents. Assaults, more murders and missing persons follow in their wake as they search for answers all the while restoring the camp in time to open up. Corin had not thought to find love on a job site but he did with Caralee. She’s hesitant to love, after being jilted years earlier.
Arriving in the town of Sanctuary, Nigel Wells is too sick to realize the trap set for him. An outsider, Havan O’Leary, steps in to save him. Waking from his illness to find himself married to Havan, Nigel is shocked to realize the mayor of Sanctuary is deep into crime, and desperate to trap any unsuspecting single male into marriage with one of his daughters. Nigel and Havan join forces together with her father, Jackson, and Nigel’s family to bring to justice the mayor and the man he is in debt to and reunite families torn apart by the laws enacted in Sanctuary. Both Nigel and Havan find their true sanctuary, not on earth, but in trusting God and relying on His promises.
The Dollhouse Mystery
Carrigan Booth is on the run from bank robbers who think she can identify them. Called into investigate a break-in at Cameron Steele’s woodworking shop, Carrigan becomes involves in a mystery involving a stolen dollhouse and tiny dollhouse furnishings mailed to her. Both Carrigan and Cameron struggle to unearth the culprits and solve the mystery before they become victims. Staying true to their faith is key to their survival. Falling in love with one another is a bonus. Abductions, assaults and unanswered questions drive their investigation.
Chased away from her home at sixteen, Naomi Sterling learned to trust no one but herself to succeed. Finishing college by sheer determination, she was chased from town to town by someone in the darkness of her past. Finding the town of Hope, she trusted it would be her last move. Abducted, assaulted, and assisted by the uncle of one of her young Bible class girls, she has to learn to trust not only God but Jonah Larson. Digging into her past, they discover who the real culprit is but will it be too late for her to learn what true love and trust in a human being is? When the culprit turns out not to be who she suspected, can she seek justice in order to find peace and a future with Jonah?
The Secret of the Garden
Faith Webster inherits her grandmother’s worn-out house and moves to the country, much against her own wishes and plans, to refurbish it, with plans to sell it and move back to her beloved town. Attacked on her very first night in residence, she turns to Seth Logan, a nearby neighbour, for help and protection. She vaguely remembers a statue or fountain in the centre of her grandmother’s garden, now missing, that holds the key to a secret found in the garden. Little does she realize the ends that certain men will go to in their search for that secret treasure. Sent on a scavenger hunt by her Grandmother, Faith and Seth come to depend on each other and on John 17, verses she has always loved, where Christ prays for those who would believe on him. Falling in love with Seth and he with her was not part of her plans, and leads her to make decisions she would not normally have made. She needs to decide where her treasure is and with who.