Sunday, September 8, 2019

"Rose’s Redemption" by Donna L. H. Smith Book Tour and GiveAway

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Book: Rose’s Redemption
Author: Donna L. H. Smith
Genre: Christian Western
Release Date: November, 2018
Roses Redemption coverA Former Dance Hall Girl. A Handsome Young Doctor. Can Rose overcome her past? That’s Rose’s Redemption
Rose Rhodes changed not only her name after the tornado; she changed her outward appearance. No more was she Rosalie O’Roarke, former dance hall girl. She loves her new work as a nurse-in-training to handsome Doctor Scott Allison. As Scott and Rose’s relationship begins to change from professional to personal, they must deal with figures from Rose’s past who make life anything but easy. Rose is concerned that the town will discover her dance hall girl past, especially when Jake Thomas, the man who viciously beat her, asks all over town where Rosalie O’Roarke went. But both Rose and Scott are in for surprise encounters with Christ that will change their lives forever and help them see His plan for them. In fact, they will see God at work all over New Boston.
Rose’s Redemption won second place in the 2017 Golden Leaf Award at the Advance Novelist Retreat and was a finalist in the American Christian Fiction Writers’ Phoenix Rattler Contest.

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"Rose’s Redemption" by Donna L. H. Smith is a wonderful book of forgiveness and a clean love story. This is a story of what happens when you let Jesus into your heart. It is a perfect sequel to "Meghan’s Choice". I recommend reading "Meaghan's Choice" before reading "Rose’s Redemption" to get Rose's full story. If a reader  hasn't read  read "Meaghan's Choice" I suppose they would still enjoy ""Rose’s Redemption" and just have a few questions of what happen before. There are quite a few references to the past in "Rose’s Redemption" that is explain in "Meghan's Choice".

There were a few times while reading ""Rose’s Redemption" that I thought I don't want this to happen and if it does I will be so disappointed, but I am so glad that I didn't end up being disappointed. 

I especially like the character of Rafe.  If you read this story, I will like to know if you think he is just a man or an angel.!  

The surprise announcement  from Rose's mother really shocked me. 

I really think the message of  this book is that we can't really change who we are until we let Jesus change us from the inside out. This is a lesson that all the characters from both books learn. I would so read another book about these characters and the ending of  "Rose’s Redemption" makes me think there might be one. But, if not I hope the author might consider writing one!

I was given a complimentary couple by the author and Celebrate Lit. These opinions are my  own. 

About the Author
Donna SmithDonna L.H. Smith is a Kansas prairie girl transplanted to Lancaster County, PA. She is a graduate of Christian Writer’s Guild Craftsman program and holds two college degrees, both B.S. and M.A. in Mass Communication. She’s been married to a wonderful man named Kirby for thirty years. Her debut novel, Meghan’s Choice, made the finals of both the Selah and Will Rogers Medallion Awards. Rose’s Redemption, the sequel, also made the Selah Award finals in 2019. She blogs, speaks at workshops and holds inner healing retreats. Although she is at an age where many begin slowing down, she wouldn’t think of it. She served as Managing Editor of, an award-winning website for writers. She continues to serve as ACFW (American Christian Fiction Writers) Mid-Atlantic Zone Director. She is also a member of AWSA’s Protégé program (Advanced Writers & Speaker’s Association).

More from Donna

Rose’s Redemption is the second book in the Known by Heart series. There were interesting challenges to this book.
First, how to change a rascal of an antagonist from Meghan’s Choice, to the romantic hero of Rose’s Redemption.
Second, I serve a supernatural God, so I wanted to include a little something different. It’s not spec-fic, but I hope people will enjoy Rafe. Answer the question for yourself whether or not he is an angel.
Third, I included in Rose’s history a bombshell from her mother. That was personal to me, only I didn’t discover it until two years ago.
The point of Rose’s Redemption is that our faith or our change cannot just be external, as Rose tried to do by changing her name, her appearance, and her profession—but an internal change of heart, too.
God is in the business of change

Blog Stops

Carla Loves To Read, September 5
CarpeDiem, September 6
For Him and My Family, September 9
Texas Book-aholic, September 13
janicesbookreviews, September 14
A Reader’s Brain, September 15
Inklings and notions , September 16
Library Lady’s Kid Lit, September 17 (Author Interview)
Blossoms and Blessings, September 18 (Author Interview)


To celebrate her tour, Donna is giving away the grand prize of a signed copy of her book!!
Be sure to comment on the blog stops for nine extra entries into the giveaway! Click the link below to enter.

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