Firefighter Ben Butler has a job he loves and family who love him. He doesn’t need anybody else—especially not of the pretty female type. He still carries scars from the last relationship he attempted, and he’s decided to be content with the life he has. Unfortunately, his coworkers have other ideas.
Chiropractor Zayne Quinby is on a hiatus from dating and is determined to keep her focus on more important things. Like her family and career. But between her meddling grandfather and a good-looking fireman who seems to show up everywhere she turns, that’s easier said than done.
Car accidents, fires, and well-meaning friends and family contrive to repeatedly throw Ben and Zayne together. But just as they decide to take another risk on love, a coworker’s revelation reignites Ben’s deepest fears. Will Ben and Zayne’s relationship survive the flashover, or will their future go up in smoke?
(Smoke Gets in Your Eyes is a contemporary Christian romance with Biblical themes and references.)
CIA operative Titus Ray is searching for answers.
Meanwhile, an assassin is searching for him.
Learning the truth . . .
Veteran CIA officer Titus Ray–on the run from the Iranian secret police–finds shelter with a group of Iranian Christians in Tehran. While urging Titus to become a believer in Jesus Christ, they manage to smuggle him out of Iran to freedom in Turkey.
Dealing with the past . . .
Returning to the States, he discovers his Iranian mission failed because of political infighting within the Agency. In a hot-tempered outburst, he delivers a scathing indictment against the Deputy Director of Operations, and, as a result, the deputy forces Titus to take a year’s medical leave in Oklahoma.
Facing the future . . .
Before leaving Langley, Titus learns he’s been targeted by a Hezbollah assassin hired by the Iranians. Now, while trying to figure out what it means to be a follower of Christ, he must decide if the Iranian couple he meets in Norman, Oklahoma has ties to the man who’s trying to kill him, and if Nikki Saxon, a local detective with an intriguing past, can be trusted with his secrets.
· Can a man trained to lie and deceive live a life of faith?
· Should he trust the beautiful young detective with his secrets?
· Was the bullet that killed his friend meant for him?
Here’s what reviewers are saying about Titus Ray Christian Thrillers:
“I recommend these books for all who enjoy good clean fiction, especially those involving current events in the world. I like the development of the characters and their relationship. I gave it five stars for the great storyline and the characters that seem so real.” -Amazon review
“The characters are very well-developed and believable. I enjoyed the way the author described Titus Ray’s internal struggles and character flaws creating a very authentic main character. The story was action-packed and one is left wondering how the author could be so knowledgeable of the CIA and the work of their covert operatives.” -Amazon review