If Wendy Sutton has an antagonist in real life, it's Peyton Gentry. Being forced to co-write a serial novel with her nemesis spells disaster. Working with the far-too-attractive and way-too-confident Peyton is guaranteed to push Wendy over the edge. But this assignment is the only way to prove herself and provide for Nana.
Peyton has had his eye on Wendy for years. After ruining their first date, he's finally been given a second chance ... but only if she'll read between the lines of the romance he's been writing just for her.
It'll take forgiveness and faith if these two writers are ever to find themselves on the same page in matters of life and happily-ever-afters.
Will Wendy and Peyton end up writing their own love story? Find out in this can't-miss rom-com!
About the author
A.M. Heath is the author of the 2022 Selah Finalist, Painted Memories. She enjoys writing stories that entertain while feeding the soul in contemporary and historical settings. Under the pen name Chelsea Michelle, she co-authors Christian cozy mysteries.
She’s passionate about cheering on fellow Christian authors. She has founded the yearly writing event Author Olympics and runs the Facebook group Christian Fiction Writers’ Clinic.
When away from her desk, she’s a faithful member of her local church where she teaches a ladies’ Sunday School class. She is happily married and raising four kids while embracing the small-town lifestyle and southern standard of back porch relaxing, sweet tea, homemade comfort food, strong Christian values, and tightly woven family bonds.
You can visit her at christianauthoramheath.net
This was a sweet romance. It was a time travel adventure. I love that two authors had to write a fictional romance and they used their real life to write it. I am wondering if the reviews that are written about in the storyline are in fact real reviews that the authors has had written about her other works. If so, I am surprised because her other books are just as fantastic as this one. If you like time traveling novels and enemies that turn into more than friends then I recommend this book. This book is also about writers writing a story, which I consider a treat for readers. This is definitely a one of a kind book that I truly loved.
I received a complimentary copy from the author and these opinions are my own.