“This sophomore effort deals sensitively and gracefully with a difficult subject for many Christians, exploring a woman’s response to her brother’s disclosure of his sexual orientation honestly while never shirking from the issue of justice and forgiveness.” – Library Journal, starred review
“… the inspiring story of a “AIDS” Memory quilt. It is also, the story of love, faith,healing,and hope. A sweet tender story that will have you reading straight through the pages as you follow Nina O’Malley, Greg,her high-school nemesis,Jazarah, a HIV-positive girl from Ethiopia, and their quilting group.”
“Love Finds You in New Orleans, Louisiana” has one of those love stories that charmed its way into my heart.
Set in a period and history of setting that is rich in culture, both of the main characters have much going against them. It’s a time corroded with prejudice and bad feelings just because someone has a different color skin.
The research is thick and rich through the entire story. The city and all its richness definitely became a character. I especially enjoyed how the backstory of the characters were woven through their present lives. Giving little teases and tidbits before the surprise ending.”
With his beautiful wife, Elle, at his side, Langdon Butler is on the fast track to becoming a Louisiana legislator. But Elle has a devastating secret that could destroy his campaign and sink their fragile relationship. How will an unforgiving public react? Will their marriage survive?