New from Beth E. Westcott
When Aubrey White and Jeremy Abbot meet again at her brother’s wedding, neither of them is thinking about falling in love. Both focused on their education and careers, they are surprised by love, and they soon learn that falling in love doesn’t follow a straight path to happily ever after. The stress caused by busy schedules, misunderstandings, a broken promise, a sister’s stubbornness, and a secret, threaten to uproot their plans for a future together.
Is God showing them that the desire of their hearts is not His plan for them?
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Beth E. Westcott
Beth Westcott’s passion for writing began in second grade, when her poem about a lamb appeared in the school newspaper. In third grade she wrote a puppet play. She completed the basic course from the Institute of Children’s Literature in 1992, which started her on a writing journey of challenge and reward.
One of the sweetest gals I’ve ever had the privilege to know is Beth.
– Marsha Hubler, Author
I may be biased, but I’ve been reading my mom’s stories, poems and writings since I was little.
– Alicia Westcott Lynch
Beth is great at writing in a way that you can ‘feel’ her words!