Thursday, December 18, 2014
Mary L. Ball
Kayla is a home designer for a well-known company, or was, until a police raid proves the decorating company is laundering money. The investigation shows her innocence, but she's without a job and no prospects for employment.
To get away from the dishonesty surrounding her, Kayla returns home to the mountains of North Carolina to help with the family business until the New Year.
Angel Ranch is a hunting lodge that caters to elite hunters, and Reed Jessup is ready to trade in his corner office for a few weeks of R&R. He arrives with his rifle and a trophy buck on his mind.
When Kayla and Reed meet, two mistrusting hearts collide. Can love prevail, or will it take a Christmas miracle?
Thursday, December 11, 2014
Saturday, November 1, 2014
Friday, October 24, 2014
One morning he wakes up 20 years earlier and finds himself a student at the University of Oklahoma again on the day she died. In a journey that takes months, he stumbles over people connected to Kim’s disappearance and puzzles over connecting the dots.
Oddly enough, things are different when he relives sections of his life. For example, as a teen he plays baseball and as an adult he discovers what it’s like to be a Christian pastor, things he never did before.
Can he find some answers about Kim and about his own life? Or prevent Kim’s death? And if he succeeds in changing history, what happens to his wife and kids?
Friday, October 17, 2014
Former protective services officer, Sgt. Martin Ames, is five weeks short of medical retirement from the Vegas PD when he lands one last case: spoiled English heiress, Lady Tamlyn Bradshaw, whose bodyguard is hospitalized with suspected food poisoning.
Friday, October 10, 2014
AN INTERVIEW WITH LILLIAN:
What’s the setting for REDEMPTION?
How did you come up with the title for REDEMPTION?
Does REDEMPTION have a theme?
Why did you become a writer?
What are you working on now?
HOW CAN READERS FIND YOU ON THE INTERNET?
My website is www.lillianduncan.net. My blog is TIARAS & TENNIS SHOES at www.lillian-duncan.com. I’m also on Twitter as @LillianDuncan and on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/lillian.k.duncan I also contribute to Putting On The New at www.puttingonthenew.com.
Thursday, September 25, 2014
Turned upside down by misadventure. Amy Childs is running late for a party, when she makes an illegal U turn, and hits a pedestrian—the brother of one of the most corrupt men in town. Now her brush with the law has her running for her life from those who want retribution.
She got out of the car. Her legs buckled, not wanting to hold her up. She glanced to her right. The guy in the blue shirt lay on the pavement, surrounded by police and paramedics. A huge crowd of onlookers stood everywhere. “Is…is he dead?”
Saturday, September 13, 2014
Jake Grayson learns that his best friend, Ruben, recently disappeared in Honduras, leaving behind few clues. They had been there together on a mission trip three years before, and Jake vowed to never return—but he just can’t abandon his friend. Could he really accomplish anything by going back? Despite his apprehensions, Jake returns to Honduras, determined to solve the mystery that baffled the police. Forced into an alliance with Amelia Ramirez, a cynical agnostic, he is pulled into the perilous politics of a country on the verge of a socialist coup. When Jake hacks into the government’s computers, the situation escalates from cyberspace to real-world, armed conflict. Jake learns to trust in God, one step at a time, as he and Amelia confront the subversive forces led by the head of the Honduran secret police.
- Is The Honduran Plot your first novel?
- What are you working on now?
it published late this year. It’s another suspense, but is more character driven, with a larger focus on
romance, faith, and social issues. A favorite new character is a little girl who was kidnapped by her
grandmother to prevent her from being abused.
- What is your favorite genre to read and to write?
- What authors have influenced your writing the most and why?
- Weaving spiritual elements seamlessly into a novel seems to be a gift. Have you mastered the technique and if so how?
- Tell us about yourself and how you decided to become a writer.
- What is your favorite all-time novel?
- What profession or job did you have before you became a writer?
- Any advice for new unpublished authors?