Tuesday, April 9, 2013

"Deliver Us'' by June Foster and a GIVEAWAY

Join us in celebrating the launch and release of June Foster's book, Deliver Us, Book Three in the Bellewood Series. Releasing April 1st from Desert Breeze Publishing

About the book:
The young fraternity man who coaxed Jillian Coleman upstairs that night is only a blur in her memory. Now she lives with the unrelenting guilt that she aborted her baby. God might forgive her, but she can't forgive herself. As Bellewood's premier gynecologist, she hopes to open the Jeremiah House to offer teen girls an abortion alternative. Though the handsome and successful Dr. Jett Camp wants to marry Jillian, he believes her plan is a waste of her skills.
Riley Mathis spent ten years in jail for dealing drugs. Now as a Christian, he's trying to put his life back together. Working as a janitor at night, he attends college by day. When he meets Dr. Coleman, he recognizes her from the sapphire necklace she wore the night he stole something precious from her. When she confesses the choice she made to abort her baby, Riley can't tell her he's the father of her child.
About the author:
June Foster is a retired school teacher, who until recently traveled full time with her husband, living in their RV. Now settled in Alabama, they are enjoying their new home, and being close to family.

Deliver Us is available from your favorite seller
 of e-books April 1st
Buy Links
         Desert Breeze Publishing                         

"Deliver us" gets 5 stars from me. Once I started this book I had to keep reading till I finished it!  This books deals with the guilt and shame that is felt after a woman has an abortion and also deals with how an ex con comes to realize that not one sin is greater than another in God's eyes. 
  Even though abortion is a hard subject to deal with I feel June Foster has done a fantastic job with this story. She tells about how God uses the past and the sins of the past to work out things for the good. This story is a love story but not in the tradition sense, it is more a love story between God and his children. As I was reading I could feel Jillian and Riley's pain. I found myself wanting to pray for the characters in this book even through they aren't real people (yes I really get into books that I read). I would recommend this book to anyone that needs to forgive themselves for past mistakes and sins that God has already forgiven and forgotten. I can't wait to read book 1 and book 2 in this series. June Foster is now on my list as one of my favorite authors.
I was given a ebook copy from the author for an honest review.
For your chance to win a free ebook of Deliver Us, leave a comment and I will draw a winner, April 16 at 9Am central time by random.dot org.


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    1. I would love to read this book.


    2. Thanks for entering but canI have your name so when I announce the winner and if it is you I can announce your name not the email unless you don't mind me announcing the email address on Facebook

  2. Great review!!! Sounds like a great book.

  3. Enter me too, Debbie. Sounds great. Thanks and God bless.

  4. You are entered Phyllis and Jane and Mongup

  5. This book addresses a subject not often handled well. I would love to win it! Thanks for this chance!

    Karen Schulz
    aregeetee5162 at yahoo dot com

  6. Debbie, thank you so much for your review. I have to admit I do the same thing, sometimes. Start to pray for a character and then I stop to think they're not real. But maybe we could channel those prayers to someone we don't know. Thanks again, J

  7. The winner is mongupp@hotmail.com