Jack Kramer is 40, divorced, and has been sober for nearly a year. Overcome with guilt for the breakup of his family, he cannot yet face his sons. Still on shaky ground, for the last several months he has immersed himself in reviving the 1970 Plymouth Road Runner that he drove in his youth. When his high school girlfriend, Kim Hurley, returns to their hometown of Colorado Springs, Jack gets a second chance with the love that should have been. As their relationship flourishes, Jack grows stronger and soon reaches out to his sons. But when Kim returns to her home in Maine and breaks off contact with him, Jack’s newfound strength is put to the test. Unable to bear losing her again, he is forced to confront his fears. He must go to Maine and find the answers that await him.
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The Rona Shively Stories by Rebecca Benston
From Book 1: Rona Shively has seen a lot of things in her day, but nothing like the case brought to her by Gilbert Delvecchio. He is looking for his ex-wife, and she’s definitely not the woman he married. Before she knows what is happening, Rona is swept into a web of deception where everyone is both a target and a suspect. A couple of romances and a shootout later, can she find the missing ex-wife before the bull’s-eye finds her again? Or is it too late?
My name is Rebecca Benston. I’m a Christian. I’m a woman. I’m a mother. I’m a writer. I’m a thinker. When I write fiction, I am usually writing a mystery series called The Rona Shively Stories. My P.I. character, Rona Shively is feisty, fearless and fabulous and is usually caught up in something she doesn’t want to be caught up in. In addition to this series, I also have a blog called Higher Ground for Life. Through this blog, I’m hoping to reach women or anyone who is seeking to develop a relationship with God and give them inspiration to get out there and follow His path for their lives!
I also have a blog called Leading the Follower. This one is my favorite. I write about religion, faith, spirituality and all that goes along with it. What we believe, what we don’t believe, what we are told to believe and how society feels about believing in general. I do a lot of testifying here and some of what I say may make you angry. Most of it will make you think. Some of it will make you cry. Any of it could make you laugh. It’s really up to you.
If you are looking for practical advice, honest conversation, and no nonsense observations about living in today’s world, check out my blogs at http://highergroundbooksandmedia.com and http://www.ronashively.wordpress.com and http://www.highergroundforlife.wordpress.com and http://www.leadingthefollower.wordpress.com. And if you’re so inclined, you can purchase my books and some other great, inspirational works from Higher Ground Books & Media at http://highergroundbooksandmedia.com.