A Miller’s Creek Novel (Book 6)
Christian Contemporary Romance
by Cathy Bryant
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ABOUT THE BOOK
A bitter single mom starts her own real estate company in Miller’s Creek, but then her young daughter’s disturbing symptoms lead to a devastating diagnosis. With her new life now turned upside down, Mara struggles to keep her business afloat. Her daughter’s worsening condition forces her to rethink her beliefs about Carter Callahan and his God. Will Mara make the return to faith in the face of life’s greatest challenge?
A former soldier and single dad struggles with the return to civilian life while coping with his rebellious teen-aged daughter. During a house search, Carter meets Mara, who locates him a house next door. But when Mara’s little girl is diagnosed with a terminal illness, the clock begins ticking for him to convince Mara to return to a life of faith. Sworn to protect and defend, but now in the spiritual realm, circumstances beyond this warrior’s control throw his efforts into a tailspin.
Will Mara make the return to faith in the midst of personal devastation? Can Carter learn to rest in the sovereignty of God? And will they both navigate the crossroads of life to find love?
Written with the feel of Mitford and Mayberry, readers have fallen in love with Miller’s Creek. Will you? Grab your copy of this feel-good novel and rural romance today.
WHAT READERS ARE SAYING…
“I recommend Crossroads as a good clean, often humorous Christian romance.”
“I love that the author tackled the weighty issues in this book. I usually read to leave the hard parts of daily life behind me, but she handled those hard parts with grace and truth and enhanced the story. A Texas setting is a favorite of mine too. Bravo!”
“I absolutely loved this book. I laughed and cried. I cheered and felt as much hopelessness as Mara. Her slow turning was heart wrenching…and humbling…what an awesome God we serve.”
“Cathy Bryant gives the reader a story that will touch the heart and remind you to give praise to God for all His blessings.”
“This is a very touching story and so well written, I cried in parts.”
“Crossroads is one of those books that comes along and quickly finds its way into your heart. From the first page I found myself thoroughly immersed in the characters and their stories. We feel their heartaches, their fears, their struggles….I laughed, I cried, and felt like I took the journey with them. I am now a die-hard Cathy Bryant fan, and can’t wait to read more of her books.”
“If life has treated you roughly lately, if your faith has been on a downward trend, scoop up this book, start reading it, and don’t put it down, literally EVER…Probably one of the best books I have ever encountered.”
OTHER FICTION BY CATHY BRYANT:
- Texas Roads (Miller’s Creek Book 1 – Christian Contemporary Romance)
- A Path Less Traveled (Miller’s Creek Book 2 – Christian Contemporary Romance)
- The Way of Grace (Miller’s Creek Book 3 – Christian Romantic Suspense)
- Pilgrimage of Promise (Miller’s Creek Book 4 – Christian Women’s Fiction)
- A Bridge Unbroken (Miller’s Creek Book 5 – Christian Romantic Suspense)
- Still I Will Follow (Miller’s Creek Book 7 – Christian Romantic Suspense)
- Pieces on Earth (Christian novella)
- Evergreen (Christian novella)
Don’t forget to also check out Cathy’s LifeSword Non-fiction Titles.
A NOTE FROM THE AUTHOR:
Of all the Miller’s Creek Novels, this one could best be described as one whose message is the cry of my heart. A whole generation of believers have been fed and believed a lie–usually by college professors–that God doesn’t exist. And the enemy of our souls will do everything within in his power to strengthen that lie’s stronghold on individual lives. So then the question becomes: What can I do to help bring these prodigals back home?