I hope you love it. I hope it makes you laugh and maybe cry. I hope you sympathize with poor Matt while wanting to occasionally smack him upside the head! And those boys... oh, these three little boys come straight out of my years of experience with the antics of having four brothers, a husband and raising four sons!
So today we're celebrating!
I've got the coffee on and there's tea water simmerin'!
A big part of the conflict in "More Than a Promise" is caused by external problems that seem unsolvable because folks sure do know how to dig their heels in and be downright stubborn! Mother Teresa said "Peace begins with a smile" and I believe that. I hope I practice it! Those smiles, for a crazy reasonable price, sure do help ease things around us.
Here's the blurb on this wonderful story:
Matt Wilmot's got all he can handle at the moment... a widower with three naughty boys, bent on destruction and two steps ahead of a game he doesn't have time to play, Matt is running the family business, hiring a rotation of one-time babysitters, dealing with his brother, and warding off legal blows from his former mother-in-law who is pretty sure he's ruining her grandchildren, and she's not without some good reason... but when it all appears ready to implode, can Matt find not only what he needs... but what he wants... in the award-winning and artistic girl next door? And is he man enough to realize that faith, hope and charity are truly "More Than a Promise"?
We are surrounded by single parents these days... How can we help them? And what's changed about the face of family in America?
Leave a comment to be entered, we've got a few copies to give away!