Lizzy’s secret job is to write obituaries that tell the truth.
She loves it. The town loves it. No one wants this messed up.
But the details of a mysterious death may expose her identity and ruin everything.
Jackson’s a handsome detective who can help.
He also has dimples . . . and a few secrets of his own.
Can their budding attraction survive?
Will Lizzy’s job remain hush-hush?
The Secret Obituary Writer is a laugh-out-loud, heart-warming romance that feels good to the very last page!
Review: If you want a book to keep your interest from start to finish, choose this book. I was pleasantly surprised and could not put it down. I am busy getting ready to read the next book now. This is a clean romance, mystery and a great book all about friendship and love. It is a stand alone book. I highly recommend it, especially if you enjoy laughing.
5-Stars. “What a great book. The tension is high. The characters are exciting and brave. The plot is a roller coaster adventure.” Twitter reviewer.
Dancer Becca Stapleton lives to magnify the Lord through dance, but when she becomes involved in a gangland murder, her life becomes anything but the dance she imagined.
Tall, handsome Wes Lloyd helped her pull the body from the Gulf of Mexico, but is his interest in her real? And if the police are suspicious of his innocent bystander persona, shouldn’t she be?
Luis Ramirez, the gang leader accused of murder, has hardened himself to the role he’s playing. Drugs, gang wars, and robbery are his life. But Becca and the man they call Reece have something he doesn’t have—peace. He’s not sure he wants it, but he can’t seem to get free of them or their caring. Not only are the police after him, but a larger gang is advocating for war, so he might have nothing to lose by investigating this Jesus. If, that is, he lives long enough.
When Gina Andros loses her husband Alex and almost two-year old daughter Teresa in a car accident, her world falls apart. Her mother-in-law Helena, a woman she views as a second mother, blames her for the accident and cuts her out of her life. Doing so, she turns her family, including Gina’s best friends, Anna and Christian, away from her. Gina falls deep into the pit of grief, but slowly the family starts to heal—due in part to a major event in her life. But not before Helena goes to great lengths to derail Gina’s recovery. Will Helena’s heart melt, bringing the family back together?
As the months go by, the possibility of new love arrives in Gina’s life, but is it the love God has planned for her? Will Gina realize the one she is meant to be with, and if she does, will he be ready to love her unconditionally?
Review: I thoroughly enjoyed this book! I couldn’t put it down. It is beautifully written. It’s not overly religious, it’s more true to life. The characters have faith, but also question that faith during difficult times. They have fear, worry and doubts. But, God is always there and pulls them through the most difficult times. I can’t wait to read the next book!