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Tuesday, December 11, 2012

New Indie Book Release: Winter's End (Rebekah Lyn)

New Indie Book Release:
Winter's End (Season's of Faith) - Rebekah Lyn -
Contemporary Christian Fiction (November 27, 2012 - 332 pages)

“This is a great book. I couldn't figure out how these characters could be tied together. Rebekah Lyn did an awesome job. I couldn't wait to see what would happen next with each character. I really enjoy how she has combined Gods word in her books. Mystery, sweet romance and trust in God all wrapped up in one amazing read." - Reader Review

About the Book

Winter's End (Rebekah Lyn)
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Musician Michelle Burton just had the best night of her life. Her band Tangled Web opened for Wonderland in downtown Orlando and the crowd loved them. Too excited to sleep she makes a fateful decision to go to work early. The best night of her life turns into the worst day of her life.

Nearby, at boutique Hotel Lago, Stephen Longbottom, acting concierge manager, is anxiously awaiting the arrival of the board of directors for Silken Pleasures, a multimillion dollar company based in New York and specializing in high end cosmetics, fragrances and lingerie. Their incessant demands before they even arrive are driving him to distraction. Meanwhile Lizzie Reynolds, his boss is on a romantic ski trip in Vermont leaving him to manage his first solo event.

Hope, forgiveness and love are an integral message throughout the book and like a fine tapestry the threads of God's master plan for the character's lives are woven into a fabric of great storytelling, conflict and humor.

Readers who came to know and love the characters of Summer Storms will enjoy catching up with Lizzie, Stephen, Michelle, Jeffrey and Ian.

“Rebekah Lyn has an honest way of sharing life's ups and downs in her books, with a plot twist now and again to keep you interested. As in the past, the author has not forgotten to write in a reminder of God's grace and provision for the problems of life. Which Winter's End character is struggling with forgiving themselves for a conflicted past-Lizzie, Ian, Jeffrey or maybe Michelle? Will happiness be found in the future or will the cold of winter linger on with opportunities missed? I thoroughly recommend Winter's End as an enjoyable stand-alone novel, even if you haven't had the chance to read Summer Storms.” - Reader Review

About the Author

Author Rebekah Lyn
Author Rebekah Lyn
Rebekah Lyn about Rebekah Lyn: "I have always loved reading, from Trixie Belden and Nancy Drew mysteries as a child, to Russian classics and travel essays as an adult. I enjoy traveling, journaling, and research so writing was a natural transition. Dozens of stories were started but never finished before I became serious about writing. It actually took an unexpected schedule change at my day job in 2002 that totally ticked me off to jump-start my writing career. I was so angry, I had to have an outlet and I began writing about a young woman who was so fed up with her job that she wanted to quit. Then, like most first books it went into a drawer.

When I decided to pursue writing, I knew that I wanted to incorporate my faith into whatever I wrote. I wanted to tell stories that would be encouraging without being predictable or sappy. Terri Blackstock is my favorite Christian author and her success writing suspenseful, romantic Christian fiction inspired me.

When I'm not busy at my day job, marketing my current books, or working on a new project, I love to bake and try out new recipes. I often find myself researching recipes for scenes in my books and can't resist testing them out myself. If they turn out well, I post the recipes on my blog. I currently live in Florida with my ferociously protective cat, Mia, but my heart is in North Carolina with my niece and nephew. When this writing thing takes off, I will move up there to be closer to them."

Connect with Rebekah Lyn via Twitter @RebekahLyn1
and AuthorRebekahLyn.