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Saturday, April 20, 2019

#SaturdaySpotlight is on Kimberly Miller & Forgiving Tess!

Happy Easter!

I want to Thank You for taking a few minutes out of your celebrations to support my Saturday Spotlight guest.

Kimberly has shared treasures and thought with us and today she find out a little more about her novel, Forgiving Tess

WELCOME, Kimberly!

My second novel, Forgiving Tess, released on February 1, 2019. As the title indicates, this is a story about forgiveness, but maybe not exactly as you might initially think. Sure, Tess needs the forgiveness of friends, family, and an entire town—but the biggest offender to holding onto the past might just be Tess herself. Until she can forgive herself, moving ahead in her life might just be impossible.

Tess turned and ran back to the bus where several members of the team were divvying up their luggage. She hung back, waiting for a chance to grab her bag. She wasn’t likely to make friends with many of the people on the trip, which was better anyway. Tess burned a lot of bridges in the last few years, and making amends was difficult. Besides, if she didn’t make friends, there would be no problem keeping them.

“Need a hand?” a deep voice asked behind her.

Tess turned and found herself facing a broad chest. She raised her head and was stunned to find the familiar blue eyes of her childhood friend, Joshua Thorne, a man she hadn’t seen in over twelve years. What was he doing here? Tess blinked rapidly as her knees went weak. She drew a breath in an effort to find strength. Inwardly she groaned. Those distracting dimples were even sweeter now.

Forgiving Tess can be purchased at Amazon and you can find out more about Kimberly by connecting with her on Facebook and visiting her website.

Again, I pray your Easter is Blessed and Happy Friends.

Until next time, take care and God Bless.


Jacqueline Seewald said...


I like your title. The book sounds like a winner. Wishing you much success with it!

Also, Pam, I want to wish everyone reading this blog a wonderful Easter or Passover. May the holidays be healthy and joyful.

Unknown said...

Thank you so much, Jacqueline!

marilyn leach said...

I'm sure this story holds much to learn about forgiveness, a worthy topic. Thank you, Kimberly. Cheers

Alicia Dean said...

Sorry I'm late to the post. Your book sounds wonderful. I sense that there are some lessons to be found in the story. Congrats and best wishes!

Diane Burton said...

I'm even later. The weekend was crazy. Your story sounds so good. Best wishes.