perfect opportunity to escape from her quiet life. Can she summon the courage
to leave it all behind?
disengaged from his brother’s smear campaign, but now his father has offered
him an ultimatum, “Get married or lose your seat at the table.” Plotting to
stamp his design on the family business, he proposes to a woman, even though he
doesn’t love her. But his carefully laid plans start to unravel when she leaves
him on the day she’s due to meet his family. Could years of planning his
comeback vanish with her departure?
friend, but the daughter of his benefactor. And she’s right there, offering to
support him. But will her support stretch to marriage? He attempts to win her
over to his plan but collides with her powerful father who wants to leverage
the situation for his own gain.
does forcing destiny’s hand only lead to misery?
Jackson began her writing career with the full-length play Pajama Party. For three and a half years, she published the
Confidence in Life newsletter for Alpha Production Ministries, in addition to
writing tracts and devotionals. Teaching a women’s Bible study at her church
for eleven years led naturally to her current endeavor, writing inspirational
romance novels. Her mission: spiritual maturity in the body of Christ through
Chapter One Video:
1. What was the hardest part of writing your book, and how did you overcome it?
Finding the time to write while working a full-time job presented enormous challenges. Unfortunately, I would fall into bed around midnight and begin my new day at 4:00 a.m. Toward the end of the editing stage, I was almost too exhausted to think. And then my body took over and demanded rest. Longevity matters. This time around, I will write the first draft, shelve it for a month, and finish my YA book. Hopefully, both books will be published this time next year.
2. Given unlimited resources, what would be your ideal writing environment?
A quiet, trouble-free oasis filled with friendly people. Birds will wake me up with singing every morning. There will be no interruptions until the last word is written. Once finished, I will eat a satisfying meal, and then sprawl on the couch with a good book.