It All Starts Here
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It All Starts Here by Kimberly Krey

07/23/2021

Stakes are high when our heart is on the line.

Experience the struggle to let go of fear.
To be vulnerable—just enough to let someone in
despite the risk of a shattered heart.

Experience the wild adventure of falling in love,
one steamy clean romance at a time.

This collection includes three stand-alone novels, each one the start of a different series. Step into three different worlds ranging from the small town of Cobble Creek, to the blue sky wonder of sweet Montana with one common risk—putting your heart on the line. It all starts here!

Collection Includes:

Rough Edges
Divorced mother, Allie Emerson, never imagined she’d be raising two teenage girls on her own. Between parenting and paying the bills, she hasn’t even thought about meeting a man. That changes once she hears local carpenter, Braden Fox, needs a secretary. Back in high school, Allie had done all she could to deny the sparks burning between her and Braden; but would the chemistry still be there after all this time?

Braden has heard all about what Terrance did to Allie and the girls, has been planning to stop by and see how she’s getting along, but Allie beats him to it by showing up at his shop in search of a job. Her unexpected visit reignites the old flame Braden used to torch for her; trouble is, old feelings of resentment return as well. Allie did choose Terrance over him, after all. And as much as Braden wants Allie in his life, he’s not sure he can open his heart to her again.

With this second chance at romance, are the
bumps in their relationship too much to get over,
or will this carpenter learn to smooth out the past?

The Unlikely Bride
Trent Lockheart might be the new sheriff in town, but he can't stop Jessie Jean from stealing his heart.
*THIS BOOK WAS PREVIOUSLY PUBLISHED AS THE SHERIFF'S BRIDE*
Sheriff Trent Lockheart knew he'd be in for a challenge when he moved from the big city and a large police force to the small Wyoming town of Cobble Creek. But at least he'd be able to stick to his bachelor ways without temptation. So he thought. Cobble Creek isn't overflowing with young, single ladies, but Jessie Jean--the gorgeous woman who runs the Country Quilt
Inn--proves more tempting than any he's known.

Jessie doesn't care much for the new sheriff in town. After an explosive first meeting that almost ends in Jessie's arrest, she's even more determined to plan on dinner for one for the rest of her life. Sure, the new sheriff is seriously attractive, and after a second, much less dangerous run-in, he might not be that bad, but Jessie has no plan to marry, date, or even let a man into her life. Still, as the days pass, Trent's surprising charm works past Jessie's determination, and she finds promise in their budding relationship.

After opening up about the difficulties in her past, Jessie finds that Trent is guarding a dark tragedy of his own, one that might threaten their chance at a future together.

Her Gun-Shy Cowboy
She's ready for roping, riding, and shoveling piles of muck. But losing her heart to a brooding ranch hand?

Mia Reynolds is the host of popular Vlog show, Try My Life, where she tries other folks' jobs while the camera rolls. So far, each episode has been filmed in Oregon, yet when Mia gets an invitation from her Granddad to try life on his ranch in Montana, she's ready for roping, riding, and even shoveling piles of muck. What Mia isn't prepared for is losing her heart to the brooding ranch hand, Hunter Coleman.

Hunter lost big in love when his ex left him for her Hollywood dreams. When Mia Reynolds spends a week on the ranch to film her hit online show, Hunter is sure she's just another version of his self-centered ex. But all too soon he sees new sides of the fun-loving woman that urge him to toss his wounded heart to the wind and give love another try.

In simple words, the novel penned by a Christian worldview, a way of viewing the world separated through the facts shown in the Bible, is called Christian books. It implies a sovereign God who made everyone and everything; it believes we are responsible to God for our decisions, promises, and activities; it feels we require forgiveness and redemption and that it comes only through the person of Jesus Christ. There are two types of Christian Books: Christian fiction Christian fiction books are those books that overtly display elements of Christianity in the story, mixing things like prayer, conversion, church. Christian non-fiction Christian non-fiction is normally overt in its use of Biblical beliefs to explain an appropriate subject.

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