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Saturday Spotlight: Guest Post + A Home in Cranberry Cove by June Foster

I’m honored to have June Foster as my guest on the blog this week for Saturday Spotlight. We’re featuring her book A Home in Cranberry Cove. What a beautiful cover!

Today June is sharing with us the the scariest and most romantic sentences in her new book.

Be sure to check out this romantic suspense novel at the link below.

ABOUT THE BOOK

Madison Mitchell will never trust a man again. The love of her life broke her heart and married a French chef. Now she throws herself into her work at The Inn at Cranberry Cove. When she accidentally tangles with the manager of a nearby fishing supply store, she suspects the handsome guy is hiding something.

Micah Collins flees Sacramento seeking solace in the seaside village in Washington state. But he discovers an enemy has followed him to Cranberry Cove. He must endure frightful threats at the same time keeping his previous life secret. When Madison finds herself in danger, Micah blames himself.

Madison and Micah are haunted by someone from Micah’s past, but is the culprit the real enemy or should they look elsewhere? Will they find a future together?


ABOUT THE AUTHOR

An award-winning author, June Foster is also a retired teacher with a BA in Education from New Mexico State University and an MA in Counseling from The University of Central Texas. She is the mother of two and grandmother of ten. June began writing Christian romance in 2010. She penned her first novel on her Toshiba laptop as she and her husband traveled the US in their RV. Her adventures provided a rich source of information for her novels. June enjoys writing stories about characters who overcome the circumstances in their lives by the power of God and His Word. June uses her training in counseling and her Christian beliefs in creating characters who find the path to live godly lives

June’s website: junefoster.com


Scariest and Most Romantic Sentences

A Home in Cranberry Cove is the fourth book in the Cranberry Cove series. Book 1, The Inn at Cranberry Cove won first place in romantic suspense in the 2021 Blue Ridge Mountains Christian Writers Conference. Since then, the popularity of each book has soared.

I thought it might be fun if I give you a preview of a couple of the scariest and the most romantic sentences in book 4. Afterall, the genre is romantic suspense.

So you can get the context of the story, here’s a blurb.

Madison Mitchell will never trust a man again. The love of her life broke her heart and married a French chef. Now she throws herself into her work at The Inn at Cranberry Cove. When she accidentally tangles with the manager of a nearby fishing supply store, she suspects the handsome guy is hiding something.

Micah Collins flees Sacramento seeking solace in the seaside village in Washington state. But he discovers an enemy has followed him to Cranberry Cove. He must endure frightful threats at the same time keeping his previous life secret. When Madison finds herself in danger, Micah blames himself.

Madison and Micah are haunted by someone from Micah’s past, but is the culprit the real enemy or should they look elsewhere? Will they find a future together?

Now that you have an idea of what the story is about, here are the two sentences from the story. By the way, you can read the books in any order and still keep track of the story.

Scariest couple of sentences:

“No.” He mumbled. He pointed the gun in the air and fired. Once. Twice. A third time. “Noooo.” He screamed.

He brought the gun down, leveling it at Micah.

Whew. Now let’s have a look at the most romantic:

She glanced up at him and smiled, one that said I want to be with you always.

“I love you.” He held her close, her body so near his he could sense the thumping of her heart.

She tiptoed and kissed his cheek. “I’ve come to realize, you’re the only man I’ve really loved.”

I hope the quaint fishing town of Cranberry Cove with its charming characters and frightful suspense will coax you to stay awhile at A Home in Cranberry Cove.

Now that you have an idea of what the story is about, here are the two sentences from the story. By the way, you can read the books in any order and still keep track of the story.

Scariest couple of sentences:

“No.” He mumbled. He pointed the gun in the air and fired. Once. Twice. A third time. “Noooo.” He screamed.

He brought the gun down, leveling it at Micah.

Whew. Now let’s have a look at the most romantic:

She glanced up at him and smiled, one that said I want to be with you always.

“I love you.” He held her close, her body so near his he could sense the thumping of her heart.

She tiptoed and kissed his cheek. “I’ve come to realize, you’re the only man I’ve really loved.”

I hope the quaint fishing town of Cranberry Cove with its charming characters and frightful suspense will coax you to stay awhile at A Home in Cranberry Cove.


Before you go, check out these other posts:

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Saturday Spotlight: All My Tears by Kathy McKinsey

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Saturday Spotlight: All My Tears by Kathy McKinsey

I am honored to have Author Kathy McKinsey as my guest today on the Saturday Spotlight. She is an amazing author and an inspiration.

Be sure to check out her latest release All My Tears.

ABOUT THE BOOK

All My Tears

Five women search for God’s hope through sorrow and deep troubles.

Meet five women who struggle with life’s deep sorrows. Beth fights to recover from alcoholism and to mend her relationships with her family. Ann doesn’t believe God will forgive her. Kathleen wrestles with a years-old fear and with saving her marriage. Cassie needs to learn to deal with chronic depression. Martie finds herself the single parent of the eight-year-old niece she barely knows when the child’s parents die in a car wreck.

See how God gives them the gifts of hope, healing, and love.

ABOUT KATHY

I dedicated my first book, All My Tears, to my mother, Lila Mae Brinkmann. She has been with me since my writing dream began 50 years ago.

From when I handwrote my stories when, because of my visual impairment, I was no longer able to read them for myself. Since, as a teenager, I shamelessly sent out many poems and short stories to magazines. I had a manual typewriter and no way to edit or correct for errors. And until I finally published this first book in 2019, Mom has shared this dream with me.

HOW TO CONNECT WITH KATHY

https://www.kathymckinsey.com

https://www.facebook.com/kathy.brinkmann.mckinsey

https://twitter.com/kathymckinsey

Kathy’s Amazon Page

Be sure to check out Kathy’s other books, Millie’s Christmas and Gifts of Grace.