2 Romance Novels by Carolyne Aarsen
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Overview: CAROLYNE AARSEN has been writing stories almost as long as she has been reading them, and has wanted to write a book for most of her life. When she could finally write “The End” on her first, she realized, to her dismay, that it wasn’t. Three rewrites later turned it into a book that was finally marketable. What she learned along the way was to write a story that was true to what she believed and was the kind of book she liked to read.
Her writing stems from her life’s experiences. Living in a tiny cabin with five children in remote British Columbia, opening their home to numerous foster children, helping her husband build the house they now live in, working with their cattle on their ranch in northern Alberta—all become fodder for yet more stories to come.
Carolyne hopes her writing will show that our Christian life is a growing, changing relationship with God and a constant fight with our own weakness. Thankfully, God keeps taking us back.
Genre: Fiction > Romance > Contemporary > Western
A Bride at Last:
Still handsome and headstrong. He moved into his uncle’s old house and took over the local newspaper. Yet nobody knew the true reason he’d returned—to finally claim the woman he loved….
Long ago, Clint had dated Nadine Laidlaw’s older sister—but could never resist matching wits with sassy Nadine. He’d traveled the world, trying to forget her. Now he knew that this spirited, hometown woman was everything he wanted.
But despite Clint’s persistence—and the urging of her own heart—could she believe in his love? And find faith in the power that had at last brought them together?
No way would Sheryl Kyle trust in men–or heaven–again. Her heart had been broken a hundred different ways, her once-sunny soul shadowed by unanswered prayers. Now she hid behind a cynical, citified shell, where neither God nor man could hurt her.
And that’s where rugged rancher Mark Andrews found her. He’d come to take her home to Sweet Creek–to make peace with her stepfather before it was too late. Mark embodied strength. Offered tenderness. And urged Sheryl to let faith, forgiveness…and love…guide her way. Would Sheryl run? Dare she stay?